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Her parents refused to let her compete in the Olympic Games.
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Her and parents
Her parents, Samuel Elijah Eastman and Annis Bertha Ford, were both Congregational Church clergy, and together served as pastors at the church of Thomas K. Beecher near Elmira, New York.
Her parents were friendly with the writer Mark Twain, and from this association young Crystal herself became acquainted with Twain.
Her parents, George and Lorena Hall worked at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota from 1938-1952.
Her parents ' marriage had been arranged by Dangereuse with her paternal grandfather, the Troubadour.
Her parents were at first overhelmingly grateful ; but later, they insisted that Mesmer cease treating her.
Her older half-sister Pulcheria predeceased her parents as mentioned in the writings of Gregory of Nyssa, placing the death of Pulcheria prior to the death of Aelia Flaccilla, first wife of Theodosius I, in 385.
Her parents died within a few hours of each other from malignant fever, whereupon Grace and her two sisters were adopted by John Tonkin, a surgeon in the town.
Her parents were the film producer Wilbur Stark ( 1912 – 1995 ) and New York television host Kathi Norris ( 1919 – 2005 ).
Her parents immigrated to the United States from China in 1949 and settled in Ohio in 1958, one year before Maya Lin was born.
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 parents divorced when she was two and her mother then moved to Timmins, Ontario with Eilleen and her sisters Jill and Carrie Ann.
Her parents were initially considered to be suspects in her death but were cleared in 2003 when DNA from her clothes were tested.
Her and refused
Her cynicism grew when one of the two pictures she submitted in 1875 was refused by the jury, only to be accepted the following year after she darkened the background.
Her character was originally written as a sarcastic and sharp-tongued temptress, but Louise argued that this was too extreme and refused to play it as written.
In 1960, they refused to release " Tell Laura I Love Her " by Ray Peterson and even destroyed thousands of copies of the single.
Her open defiance of the occupation forces made her grandfather, King Gustav of Sweden, worry about the risks, and in 1941, he sent a demand to her to be more discreet " for the sake of the dynasty " and its safety, but she reacted with anger and refused to obey, and she had the support of her spouse, who shared her views.
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 husband reportedly died believing she was five years younger than he ( as she had told him ), and refused to believe anything to the contrary, although several magazine profiles on the stars reported her true age.
Her insurance company refused to pay for her damages, notably the concussion that caused memory loss and loss of concentration, which prevented her from writing songs.
Her second album was to be named " The First Of The New Red Hot Mamas " but she refused to do so as long as Tucker was alive.
Her novels and stories, which by 1940 were considered merely fashionable, flimsy stuff with no lasting significance, can now be seen as the illumination of a class of people who were made irrelevant by the First World War but who refused to accept their irrelevance.
Her legal successor was her half-sister Isabella, who was forced to end her marriage to Humphrey of Toron and instead to marry Conrad, but Guy refused to relinquish his crown until an election in 1192.
Her new family did not approve of her piety and devotion when she refused to worship their family deity-Tulaja Bhawani ( Durga ).
Her court was the center of the Gylleborg party, which opposed Arvid Horn, who had opposed her position as mistress, but she herself favoured Horn, as she had been opposed to her position herself, and refused to be influenced to be anything but neutral during the 1739 election.
Her son William refused to pay her alimony so she then battled for the power in Holland and Hainaut for some years with her son.
Her crew, however, refused to weigh the anchor until they were paid their advance ; and as this could not be done in time, the Monarch was still in Portsmouth harbour when the signal for the court-martial was made ; so that, sorely against the wishes of the admiralty, Duncan sat on this court-martial also.
Her husband said that she refused to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in case she was recognised.
Her marriage was arranged as a part of the traditional Swedish policy of alliance with Holstein-Gottorp against Denmark ; her brother had earlier been expected to marry Frederick's sister, but he refused.
Her appearances collected mixed reviews: her dancing ( in particular the Merry Widow Waltz ) was well received, but Murray refused to acknowledge her age, wearing heavy layers of makeup and fitting her mature figure into short skirted costumes with plunging necklines.
Her husband had arranged the marriage himself because she was the sister of the Russian Empress, which made a form of alliance with Russia even after he refused to marry the Russian Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna, but mostly because he wanted a beautiful consort ; in 1795, he refused a marriage with a Princess of Mecklenburg, Duchess Louise Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, because he had heard that she was not beautiful.