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Her and work
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.

Her and often
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 mother Cassiopeia boasted that her daughter was more beautiful than the Nereids, the nymph-daughters of the sea god Nereus and often seen accompanying Poseidon.
Her films of the early and mid 1950s were generally lightweight romantic dramas, some historical, in which she was cast as ingénue or siren, often in varying states of undress.
Her attire often consisted of " thrift shop " babydoll dresses, and her face adorned with smeared makeup ; MTV reporter Kurt Loder described her as looking like " a debauched rag doll ".
Her role in his conversion is not considered now to be as important as it is often represented in medieval chronicles.
Her husband ran the business end of the company and she managed the artistic side, often starring in the productions.
Her personal letters to leaders of the Revolution influenced policy ; in addition, she often hosted political gatherings of the Brissotins, a political group which allowed women to join.
Her paintings are often of flower designs above shops and stores in her local urban area of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Her classical education left its mark ; Christopher Stray has observed that " George Eliot's novels draw heavily on Greek literature ( only one of her books can be printed correctly without the use of a Greek typeface ), and her themes are often influenced by Greek tragedy ".
Her frequent visits to the estate also allowed her to contrast the wealth in which the local landowner lived with the lives of the often much poorer people on the estate, and different lives lived in parallel would reappear in many of her works.
Her brother, Marx's uncle Benjamin Philips ( 1830-1900 ), was a wealthy banker and industrialist, upon whom Karl and Jenny Marx would later often come to rely for loans while they were exiled in London.
Her role often involves premonitions of a particular warrior's violent death, suggesting a link with the Banshee of later folklore.
Her wardrobe included red so often that the fire-engine shade became known as " Reagan red ".
Her parents earned little and there was often a shortage of food in the household.
Her writing often makes use of alien cultures to examine structural characteristics of human culture and society and their impact on the individual.
Her dominant role has often been confused or associated to that of a high priestess which she is not.
Her irreverent and often bawdy sense of humour allowed her to establish a rapport with her co-star Marlon Brando ; but she had difficulty with director Elia Kazan, who did not hold her in high regard as an actress.
Her vocals and singing style has often been compared to the contemporary English singer Kate Bush.
Her habits were often parodied ( with relative affection ) by the satirical 1980s television programme Spitting Image – which portrayed her with a Birmingham accent ( modelled on actress Beryl Reid ) and an ever-present copy of the Racing Post.
Her daughter Charlotte was placed in the care of a governess, in a mansion near Montagu House in the summers, and Caroline visited her often.
Her practical importance in the group, however, was often overstated by the media, the most obvious example being the common name Baader-Meinhof gang for the RAF.
Her refusal to love him more than a husband is often interpreted as a resistance from incest, but Kahn also inserts the image of a rejecting mother.
Her children could be legitimized by their father's acknowledgment before witnesses and were often adopted.
Her methods are unconventional by kingdom standards, for example forgoing the use of leeches and instead using alcohol to " the ill humours which can infect a wound ," but are more often than not successful.

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