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Her 1998 American Heritage article on the horse Seabiscuit won the Eclipse Award for Magazine Writing.
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Her and 1998
Her movie career included a bit part in It Happened One Night ( 1934 ) and roles in Outlaw Women ( 1952 ), Glen or Glenda ( 1953 ), Body Beautiful ( 1953 ), The Blue Gardenia ( 1953 ), Count the Hours ( 1953 ), Mesa of Lost Women ( 1953 ), College Capers ( 1954 ), Jail Bait ( 1954 ), The Raid ( 1954 ), This Is My Love ( 1954 ), The Opposite Sex ( 1956 ), The Ironbound Vampire ( 1997 ), and Dimensions in Fear ( 1998 ).
Her latest and third adult novel Summer Sisters ( 1998 ) was widely praised and has sold more than 3 million copies.
Her health gradually deteriorated in the final two decades of her life ; a heavy smoker all her adult life, she had a lung operation in 1985, a bout of pneumonia in 1993, and at least three strokes between 1998 and 2001.
Between 1998 and 2000, Diaz featured in many movies, such as Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her, Very Bad Things, Any Given Sunday, and the successful adaptation of Charlie's Angels.
* Régine Pernoud and Marie-Véronique Clin, Joan of Arc: Her Story ( New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998 )
" A Clear Spot song, " Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles ", appeared on the soundtrack of the Coen brothers ' cult comedy film The Big Lebowski ( 1998 ).
Her 1998 book, Today I Feel Silly, and Other Moods That Make My Day, made the best-seller list in The New York Times.
Also, ESPN. com Page 2 columnist Bill Simmons often jokes that he is looking forward to running a future network ; SportsCenter anchors appeared as themselves in music videos by Brad Paisley ( I'm Gonna Miss Her ( The Fishin ' Song )) and Hootie and the Blowfish ( Only Wanna Be With You ); and the 1998 TV series Sports Night was based on an ESPN-style network and its titular, SportsCenter-analogue flagship sports results program.
* 1998: Commemorative Medal by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand on the occasion of the Celebration of the 18th World Food Day, organised by FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok ;
Her death in March 1998 was a tremendous blow to O ' Brian and in the last two years of his life, particularly once the purported details of his early life were revealed to the world, he was a " lonely, tortured, and at the last possibly paranoid figure.
She appeared in 3 consecutive Olympics in 1994 ( Lillehammer, Norway ), 1998 ( Nagano, Japan ), and 2002 ( Salt Lake City, USA ), Her best showing was placing 7th in the medal round in 1994.
Her 1998 follow-up, Seven & Seven, however, wasn't as successful and she left East West by the end of the decade.
Her engagement led to her own star vehicle, successful UPN sitcom Moesha in 1996, and resulted in roles in the 1998 horror sequel I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, and the TV films Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella ( 1997 ) and Double Platinum ( 1999 ), two of television's best-rated special programs.
Her first high-profile international role was as Elizabeth I of England in the 1998 movie Elizabeth, which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
In the late 1990s ( 1998 until about 2000 ) there was a short-lived " Swing revival " movement, led by bands such as Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Cherry Poppin ' Daddies, Royal Crown Revue, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, the Lucky Strikes, Hipster Daddy-O and the Handgrenades, and Brian Setzer.
Her first and only release for the label was My Friends and Me, a duets album containing reworkings of her old hits, very similar in fashion to her 1998 CD " Dionne Sings Dionne ".
Her interpretation of the music led to a new album, Twentieth Century Blues ( 1996 ), which focused on the music of Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht, followed in 1998 by a recording of The Seven Deadly Sins, with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dennis Russell Davies.
" Her sisters recorded the album " African Eyes " in 1998, as well as the " Live in Concert "" album in 1997.
Her and American
Her education in the United States, not just in a classroom, but also in an American house with an American housekeeper, stands her in good stead.
Her book titles, changed by American publishers, for example Ten Little Niggers to Ten Little Indians, were kept the same across the Atlantic, after bushels of fan mail.
Her father, Robert Lawrence Berenson, was an American career diplomat turned shipping executive ; he was of Lithuanian Jewish descent, and his family's original surname was Valvrojenski.
Her sympathetic renderings of American ruling class made her one of the most successful portrait painters of her era.
* 1999 – Mark Sandman, American singer-songwriter, musician, and producer ( Morphine and Treat Her Right ) ( b. 1952 )
Her first husband ( 1923 – 1928 ) was American Luther Cressman, a theology student at the time who eventually became an anthropologist.
Her relationship with Patti was the most contentious ; Patti flouted American conservatism and rebelled against her parents by joining the nuclear freeze movement and authoring many anti-Reagan books.
Her earliest American ancestors were the immigrants John Anthony ( 1607 – 1675 ), who was from Hempstead, Essex, and his wife, Susanna Potter ( c. 1623-1674 ), who was from London, Middlesex.
* 1952 – Mark Sandman, American singer-songwriter, musician, and producer ( Morphine and Treat Her Right ) ( d. 1999 )
American Equal Rights Association — May 9 – 10, 1867: Her speech was addressed to the American Equal Rights Association, and divided into three sessions.
Her recommendations respect the equal dignity of Congress and thus embody the anti-royalty sentiment that ignited the American Revolution and subsequently stripped the trappings of monarchy away from the new chief executive.
Her novella Paradises Lost, published in The Birthday of the World: and Other Stories, has been adapted into an opera by the American composer Stephen Andrew Taylor.
* Chafe, William H., " The American Woman: Her Changing Social, Economic, And Political Roles, 1920 – 1970 ", Oxford University Press, 1972.
Her primary fame came as a member of the British / American rock band Fleetwood Mac, though she has also released three solo albums.
Her life changed dramatically in 1936, when her paternal uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated to marry the divorced American Wallis Simpson.
Grace Patricia Kelly ( November 12, 1929September 14, 1982 ) was an American actress who, in April 1956, married Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, to become Princess consort of Monaco, styled as Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco, and commonly referred to as Princess Grace.
Her ancestry was said to include Scots-Irish, English, Irish, French Huguenot, and American Indian ( Tuscarora ).