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Her first day at work she was puzzled by an entry in the doctor's notes on an emergency case.
Her conclusion has been borne out in the experience of many practitioners: `` short-contact interviewing is neither a truncated nor a telescoped experience but is of the same essential quality as the so-called intensive case work ''.
Her husband, who is the son of Alton John Mason of Shreveport, La., and the late Mrs. Henry Cater Parmer, was president of Alpha Tau Omega and a member of Delta Sigma Pi at Lamar Tech, and did graduate work at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, on a Rotary Fellowship.
Her first published work was a critical evaluation of D. H. Lawrence called D. H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study, which she wrote in sixteen days.
Her husband left her no money, so she has tried different kinds of work, and now hopes to find some work that is not too strenuous.
Her work was selected for exhibition in six subsequent Salons until, in 1874, she joined the " rejected " Impressionists in the first of their own exhibitions, which included Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Alfred Sisley.
Her work is only now being properly evaluated.
Her work in choreographing the landmark 1986 production of Lully's 1676 tragedie-lyrique Atys was part of the national celebration of the 300th anniversary of Lully's death.
Her later work was more introspective in its lyrics as opposed to aggressive ; Hole's Celebrity Skin and Love's solo album, America's Sweetheart, focused more on celebrity life, Hollywood, and drug addiction, while also carrying on past themes of vanity and body image, and Nobody's Daughter was lyrically reflective of Love's past relationships and her struggle to sobriety, with the majority of its lyrics having been written while Love was in rehab in 2006.
Her other major work is The Dialogue of Divine Providence, a dialogue between a soul who " rises up " to God and God himself, and recorded between 1377 and 1378 by members of her circle.
Her final work was a poem eulogizing Joan of Arc, the peasant girl who took a very public role in organizing French military resistance to English domination in the early 15th century.
In 1975, Day released her autobiography, Doris Day: Her Own Story, an " as-told-to " work with A. E. Hotchner.
Her work has earned her four Grammy Awards and an Academy Award nomination.
Her health broke under the stress of the 17-hour work day and she returned home in April 1839.
Her work involves children's adventure stories, and fantasy, sometimes involving magic.
Her work has been translated into nearly 90 languages.
Her work focuses on beauty and design aspects of graffiti as opposed to Banksy's anti-government shock value.
Her 1872 work, Middlemarch, has been described as the greatest novel in the English language by Martin Amis and by Julian Barnes.
" Her fiction has been nominated for nine Nebula and three Hugo Awards, and her genre-related scholarly work was recognized with a Pilgrim Award in 1988.
Her work is widely taught in courses on science fiction and feminism throughout the English speaking world.
Some of her best-regarded work can be found in the collection Her Smoke Rose Up Forever, available in paperback as of 2004.
* " Her stories and novels are humanistic, while her deep concern for male-female ( even human-alien ) harmony ran counter to the developing segregate-the-sexes drive amongst feminist writers ; What her work brought to the genre was a blend of lyricism and inventiveness, as if some lyric poet had rewritten a number of clever SF standards and then passed them on to a psychoanalyst for final polish.
Her work at Jericho, from 1952 until 1958, made her world famous and established a lasting legacy in the archaeological methodology of the Levant.
Her father eventually allowed her to work in the temple, but asked the monks to give her the toughest chores in order to discourage her.

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Her education included how to spin and weave and she was forbidden to say or do anything, either in public or private.
Her symbols included the golden bow and arrow, the hunting dog, the stag, and the moon.
Her books in the late 1920s included the semi-autobiographical The Fairy Caravan, a fanciful tale set in her beloved Troutbeck fells.
Her feast day, at the time, was not included in the Roman Calendar.
Her popularity as a radio performer and vocalist, which included a second hit record " My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time ", led directly to a career in films.
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 reading matter included Tennyson, Wordsworth, Milton, Coleridge, Trollope, Thackeray and George Eliot.
Her stories have been included in numerous anthologies and a few have had radio and television adaptations.
Her later film assignments included Father Goose ( 1964 ), with Cary Grant ; Ken Russell's Valentino ( 1977 ), in the role of silent-screen legend Alla Nazimova ; and Louis Malle's Damage ( 1992 ).
Her major initiatives included education and women's health.
The 583-item Collection La Caze donated in 1869, included works by Chardin ; Fragonard ; Rembrandt – such as Bathsheba at Her Bath – and Gilles by Watteau.
Her sections included Stoechas, Spica, Subnudae, Pterostoechas, Chaetostachys and Dentatae.
Her contemporaries included artist Romaine Brooks, who painted others in her circle ; writers Colette, Djuna Barnes, social host Gertrude Stein, and novelist Radclyffe Hall.
Her repertoire included working with such artists as Barry Humphries.
Her brothers included Cesare Borgia, Giovanni Borgia, and Gioffre Borgia.
Her entry would be included in the encyclopedia until 1969, becoming readily accessible to the public, and it was for this reason that her ideas on the subject had such a significant impact.
Her godparents included her father's cousin, Prince Rupert of the Rhine.
Her godparents included her great-aunt the Countess of Devon, Lord Chancellor Thomas Wolsey, and the Duchess of Norfolk.
Her expenses included fine clothes and gambling at cards, one of her favourite pastimes.
Her wardrobe included red so often that the fire-engine shade became known as " Reagan red ".
Her subsequent roles in the 1990s and 2000s included Open Your Eyes ( 1997 ), The Hi-Lo Country ( 1999 ), The Girl of Your Dreams ( 2000 ) and Woman on Top ( 2000 ).
Her cults included agrarian magic, dancing, and rituals.
Her collaborators included Laurindo Almeida, Harold Arlen, Sonny Burke, Cy Coleman, Duke Ellington, Dave Grusin, Quincy Jones, Francis Lai, Jack Marshall, Johnny Mandel, Marian McPartland, Willard Robison, Lalo Schifrin and Victor Young.
Her family pointed out that, although she had been omitted, R & B singer / actress Aaliyah, who died a few months earlier, was included though having been in only one moderately successful film, Romeo Must Die ( Queen of the Damned had yet to be released ).

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