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Her campaigning for society to accept that women could wear " rational " dress on a bicycle and not ankle-length dresses led her to wear a jacket and a pair of long and baggy trousers which came together just above the ankle.
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Her and campaigning
Her sister is Baroness McDonagh who was General Secretary of the Labour Party between 1998 and 2001 and was instrumental in the modernisation of the Labour Party in both its campaigning and policy.
Her promises to appoint more gay people to public office, and her heavy campaigning in the Castro, ensured that she won enough support from the gay community to give her a full term as Mayor.
Her dismissal was also attributed to her campaigning for journalists ' rights on the al-Jazeera English channel and website.
Her father, who would become Emperor in 1637, was as yet only King of Hungary and Bohemia, and was away for most of his wife's pregnancy campaigning in the Thirty Years ' War.
Her husband suffered a severe back injury in an airplane crash while campaigning for his first full term in the U. S. Senate.
Her autobiography I Have Been Young gives a remarkable account both of the non-militant women's suffrage campaign and of anti-war campaigning in the First World War, together with philosophical discussions of non-violence.
Her campaigning helped her significantly raise her public profile after the 1 July 2003, demonstrations.
Her attempt at breaking into the mainstream movie circuit, by campaigning for the leading role in Myra Breckinridge, ( 1970 ) led to rejection and bitterness.
Her and for
Her impact in the zing commercials had led to her being considered for an excellent part in an upcoming TV series, Underwater Western Eye, a documentary-type show to be sponsored by Oatnut Grits.
-- Her choice of one color means she is simply enjoying the motor act of coloring, without having reached the point of selecting suitable colors for different objects.
Her mother had done it before her, and even her old grandmother, who had collected money for smallpox and unwed mothers.
Her presence only made Letch more distant and irritable and, in the hurry of buying Chateau Belletch, I had neglected to consider a room for Baby-dear, so there was no place to put her, anyhow.
Her services to the School for many years were of a very high character, and I have often thought that one of the buildings should be named for her ''.
Her concern for the natives of Borrioboola-Gha was so intense that she quite forgot and neglected her son Peepy!!
Her ostensible indifference to and rebellion against suggestions and criticisms by anyone except peer friends during adolescence are the manifestations, in her adolescence, of her having been indoctrinated in childhood to feel shame, if not guilt, for failing to behave in a manner acceptable to, and judged by, the performance of her nursery- and elementary-school peer friends.
Her young British lawyer, James Dunlop, pleaded that she was sorely needed at her Portland home by her widowed mother, 80, her maiden aunt, also 80 and bedridden for 20 years, and her uncle, 76, who once ran a candy shop.
`` Her basic hull form ( a teardrop ) and her nuclear power plant will be used for almost all new submarines, including the potent Polaris missile submarines '', the statement went on.
Her husband, who was sentenced to 15 years in the federal prison at McNeil Island last April for robbery of the Hillsdale branch of Multnomah Bank, also was charged with the store holdup.
Her hair was the color of those blooms which in seed catalogues are referred to as `` black '', but since no flower is actually without color contain always a hint of grape or purple or blue -- he wanted to draw the broad patina of hair through his fingers, searching it slowly for a trace of veining which might reveal its true shade beneath the darkness.
Her first actual flight, for she and her kind had made mock flights on dummy panels since she was eight, showed her complete mastery of the techniques of her profession.
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 second husband, Pere Milà, was a developer who was criticized for his flamboyant lifestyle and ridiculed by the contemporary residents of Barcelona, when they joked about his love of money and opulence, wondering if he was not rather more interested in " the widow ’ s guardiola " ( piggy bank ), than in " Guardiola ’ s widow ".
Her jealousy of Cassandra, and her wrath at the sacrifice of Iphigenia and at Agamemnon's having gone to war over Helen of Troy, are said to have been the motives for her crime.
Her husband Casimir is known for his romantic affairs: after Aldona's death he married three more times.
He would sometimes write songs with someone in mind, for instance, " I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face " from My Fair Lady was written with Rex Harrison in mind to complement his very limited vocal range.
Her father was " the sort of rebel destined to transform colonial America "; as clerk of the court, he was jailed for disobeying the local magistrate in defense of middle-class shopkeepers and artisans in conflict with wealthy landowners.
Her and society
Her Journal was an important laboratory for her creativity serving as both sketchbook and literary experiment where in tiny handwriting she reported on society, recorded her impressions of art and artists, recounted stories, and observed life around her.
Her cult titles include Sito (: wheat ) as the giver of food or corn / grain and Thesmophoros (, thesmos: divine order, unwritten law ) as a mark of the civilized existence of agricultural society.
Her ambition, personal wit and cleverness won her a distinguished position in society, in spite of her humble origin.
Her writing often makes use of alien cultures to examine structural characteristics of human culture and society and their impact on the individual.
Her findings were later criticized by anthropologist Derek Freeman who later investigated her claims of promiscuity and conducted his own ethnography of Samoan society.
Her father, Alonso Sánchez de Cepeda, bought a knighthood and successfully assimilated into Christian society.
Her son, James Crofts ( afterwards Duke of Monmouth and Duke of Buccleuch ), was one of Charles's many acknowledged illegitimate children who became prominent in British political life and society.
Her limited charms and conventual upbringing were not potent enough to wean Charles away from the society of his mistresses, and within a few weeks of her arrival she became aware of her difficult position as the wife of a licentious king, but, although Charles continued to have children by his mistresses, he insisted she be treated with respect.
Her desire to moderate the religious persecutions of previous Tudor reigns — the persecution of Catholics under Edward VI, and of Protestants under Mary I — appears to have had a moderating effect on English society.
Her lack of understanding of the social mores of the society she so desperately wishes to enter ultimately leads to tragedy.
Her actions shocked Nara society and led to the exclusion of women from imperial succession and the removal of Buddhist priests from positions of political authority.
Her father, William Smith ( 1707 – 1783 ), a liberal Congregationalist, and other forebears were Congregational ministers, and leaders in a society that held its clergy in high esteem.
Her Star Trek character was groundbreaking in the racist society at the time, and civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. personally praised her work on the show and asked her to remain when she was considering leaving the series.
Her parents, James Sullivan and Edith Lanchester, were considered Bohemian, and refused to legalise their union in any conventional way to satisfy the era's conservative society.
Her main character was detective Ebenezer Gryce of the New York Metropolitan Police Force, but in three novels he is assisted by the nosy society spinster Amelia Butterworth, the prototype for Miss Marple, Miss Silver and other creations.
His Lettres galantes du chevalier d ' Her ..., published anonymously in 1685, was a collection of letters portraying worldly society of the time.
Her personal charms were not potent enough to wean Charles away from the society of his mistresses, and in a few weeks after her arrival she became aware of her painful and humiliating position as the wife of a licentious king.
Her husband ( whose mission had been in abeyance and himself in Holland for three years ) was accredited to the French republic by the regent of Sweden ; his wife reopened her salon and for a time was conspicuous in the motley and eccentric society of the Directory.
Her status-seeking crusade to makeover Abner and marry him off into high society was doomed to failure, however.
Her humorous images of daily life, her realism in depicting the society of the time, and her satirical characters all appear in the work of subsequent singer / songwriters.
Her early years were clouded by the execution of Henri of Montmorency, her mother's only brother, for intriguing against Richelieu in 1632, and that of her mother's cousin the Count François de Montmorency-Boutteville for duelling in 1635 ; but her parents made their peace with Richelieu, and being introduced into society in 1635 she soon became one of the stars of the Hôtel de Rambouillet, at that time the center of all that was learned, witty, and gay in France.
Her association with pollution mainly streams from her relation to outcaste communities, considered to be polluted in Hindu society.
* Her third son, Rudolph d ' Ornano, was also an influential figure in the French society ; his descendants created the well known fragrance and cosmetics brand Sisley.
Her connections to New York society and the accompanying social pressures to leave the new life she had created for herself did not deter her from embracing her religious vocation and charitable mission.
Her desire to be the unchallenged grande dame of New York society was as much about preserving the heritage and traditions of her native New York, a conflict dramatized by Edith Wharton in The Age of Innocence, as it was about excluding those whom she deemed inferior.