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Her death left no one from the tribe remaining on the land, and the federal government started the process to reclaim it.
Her work was condemned and censored by Stalinist authorities and she is notable for choosing not to emigrate, and remaining in Russia, acting as witness to the atrocities around her.
Her remaining sanity was on the line and she began to display suicidal behavior that involved talk of pistols and chloroform, as recorded in her husband's diaries.
Her fellow Democrat Hawkins, received 29 percent, and a third candidate, Troy L. Downs, garnered the remaining 12 percent.
Her remaining siblings were Maria ( 1482 – 1517 ) and Catherine ( 1485 – 1536 ), younger than Joanna by three and six years, respectively.
Her pleading guilty led the Hague tribunal to lower her sentence and drop the remaining charges.
Pope Eugene IV, Cantate Domino ( 1441 ): " The most Holy Roman Church firmly believes, professes and preaches that none of those existing outside the Catholic Church, not only pagans, but also Jews and heretics and schismatics, can have a share in life eternal ; but that they will go into the " eternal fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels " ( Matthew 25: 41 ), unless before death they are joined with Her ; and that so important is the unity of this ecclesiastical body that only those remaining within this unity can profit by the sacraments of the Church unto salvation, and they alone can receive an eternal recompense for their fasts, their almsgivings, their other works of Christian piety and the duties of a Christian soldier.
Her remaining four children ( Ekaterina, Elizaveta, Peter and Alexei ) were released from prison in to the custody of their aunt, the Danish queen dowager Juliana Maria of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, in 30 June 1780 and settled in Jutland, were they lived in comfort under house arrest in Horsens for the rest of their lives under the guardianship of Juliana and at the expense of Catherine the Great: having lived as prisoners, they were not used to social life, and kept a small " court " of 40 / 50 people, all Danish except for the priest
Martz announced that she would not run for re-election as Governor in 2004. Martz's first legislative session resulted in the single largest increase in the education budget in Montana history and tax cuts intended to stimulate the stagnant state economy. Martz had her fair share of scandals, off-color statements, and questionable activities while she was in office, many of which led to her low approval rating during the remaining years of her term as governor ( which were as low as 20 % at one point ). Her chief policy adviser, Shane Hedges, was involved in a drunk driving accident near Marysville, Montana in August 2001, after which he went to Martz's residence, where she washed his clothes.
Her contribution was considered so important to Roseanne that the show's producers juggled storylines and taping schedules to allow her to study at Yale University while remaining part of the cast, shooting remote segments of Darlene at a soundstage in New York.
Impressed with the script, Home asked Davies to write the second episode, and when Tony Robinson decided to take a break from producing Maid Marian and Her Merry Men, a slot opened up in the Children's BBC schedules for late 1991 and Home decided to use Dark Season to fill it, commissioning Davies to write the remaining episodes of the serial.
Her terms are to have her remaining mates protected and provided for ( the women and children in particular ).
Her remaining senses are very precise, though.
Her character was played by Judyann Elder in the show's remaining episodes.
Her followers, however, were defeated, and, after remaining concealed for five months in a house in Nantes, she was betrayed to the government and imprisoned in the castle of Blaye.
Her own principality of Oultrejordain and its castles were lost to Saladin within a few years of Hattin, and, located so far from the Mediterranean coast where the remaining crusader strongholds were located, remained in Muslim hands.
Her most well-know work, of which falls under this category, is The Story of Woo Viet ( 1981 ) and Boat People ( 1982 ) – the remaining two parts of her “ Vietnam trilogy .” Although Hui has directed some generic films, another common theme she works with is family conflict, such as in the film My American Grandson ( 1990 ).
Her remaining books have been on topics applying principles of psychoanalysis to astrology ( Psychological astrology ).
" I Saw Her Standing There " was from Please Please Me, and the remaining tracks were from With The Beatles.
Her belief proves wrong and leads to a bitter quarrel between them, resulting in a physical separation between them, Fidelma remaining in Cashel and Eadulf going to the abbey of Ruan.
Her character, Kimber Henry, quickly became popular with audiences, and she appeared in several episodes of the first and second seasons, eventually becoming a regular in the show's third season, remaining with the series until it wrapped in March 2010.
In Jewish mystical interpretation, the National turmoil of the recent expulsion from Spain, and its subsequent persecutions of remaining Jewry led to the new mystical endeavours of the Safed Kabbalists, and their sensitivity to the distress of the Shechinah in Her exile.
Her children sold her remaining land to pay off the debt.
Her remaining brother, Harry is on the road " in the church decorating business ".

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Her two children by Philip II, Philip, count of Clermont ( died 1234 ), and Mary, who married Philip I of Namur, were legitimized by the pope in 1201 at the request of the king.
Her mother s marriage to Agrippa was her second marriage, as Julia the Elder was widowed from her first marriage, to her paternal cousin Marcus Claudius Marcellus and they had no children.
Her husband died, apparently in the early years of her marriage, leaving her with two children, Athalaric and Matasuntha ( c. 517 – after 550 ), wife c. 550 of Germanus.
" Her portraits Fanny Travis Cochran, Dorothea and Francesca, and Ernesta and her Little Brother, are fine examples of her skill in painting children ; Ernesta with Nurse, one of a series of essays in luminous white, was a highly original composition, seemingly without precedent.
Her story The Land of Far-Beyond is a Christian parable along the lines of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, with modern children as the central characters.
Her family stopped speaking to her ; his family connection was bruised, as his children felt his marriage was a repudiation of their mother.
Her books for children are:
Her relationship to her children, Roxanne and Ronald, was turbulent at best.
Her father, Pietro Agnesi, also married twice more after Maria's mother died, so that Maria Agnesi ended up the oldest of 21 children.
Her two children are murdered by him, but the eldest son Clodoald survives by escaping to Provence.
Her life, if not her actions, made the decisions and choices of her sister's children, three of whom divorced, easier than they otherwise would have been.
Her name has been added to that of his other children on a monument to Thurmond installed at the statehouse grounds.
Her temperament was more suited to personally directing the education of her children.
Her children are popular science writer and co-author Dorion Sagan, software developer and founder of Sagan Technology, Jeremy Sagan, New York City criminal defense lawyer Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma, and teacher and author Jennifer Margulis.
Her father remarried in Amsterdam on 9 February 1893 to Susanna Catharina ten Hoove ( 11 March 1844 – 1 December 1913 ), with whom he had no children.
Her father, the Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart, was a single parent who raised his six children there.
Although in the United Kingdom there is no strict legal or formal definition of who is or is not a member of the Royal Family, and different lists will include different people, those carrying the style Her or His Majesty ( HM ), or Her or His Royal Highness ( HRH ) are always considered members, which usually results in the application of the term to the monarch, the consort of the monarch, the widowed consorts of previous monarchs, the children of the monarch and previous monarchs, the male-line grandchildren of the monarch and previous monarchs, and the spouses and the widows of a monarch's and previous monarch's sons and male-line grandsons.
** Her children, grandchildren, sister and her sister's children and grandchildren
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 children included the Princes in the Tower and Elizabeth of York ; the latter made her the maternal grandmother of Henry VIII.
Her marriage to Edward IV produced a total of ten children, including another son, Richard, Duke of York, who would later join his brother as one of the Princes in the Tower.

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