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her and 1998
The contents of the Darnley urn are also problematic ; they were variously reported to be the remains of a stump, bail or the outer casing of a ball, but in 1998 Darnley's 82-year-old daughter-in-law said they were the remains of her mother-in-law's veil, casting a further layer of doubt on the matter.
She inherited it from her elder sister Patricia in 1998.
Grant during her Behind the Eyes tour in 1998.
In 1998, Kathleen Willey alleged Clinton groped her in a hallway in 1993.
Also in 1998, Juanita Broaddrick alleged Clinton had raped her though she did not remember the exact date, which may have been 1978.
Offered the song by Dylan, Sheryl Crow later recorded an up-tempo cover of " Mississippi " for her The Globe Sessions, released in 1998, before Dylan revisited it for Love and Theft.
Caitlin Clarke ( May 3, 1952 – September 9, 2004 ) was an American theater and film actress best known for her role as Valerian in the 1981 fantasy film Dragonslayer and for her role as Charlotte Cardoza in the 1998 – 1999 Broadway musical Titanic.
Flockhart also appeared on the June 29, 1998, cover of Time magazine, placed as the newest iteration in the evolution of feminism, relating to the ongoing debate about the role depicted by her character.
Barrymore's role in the costume drama Ever After ( 1998 ) offered a modern take on the classic fairy tale of Cinderella and served as a reminder, according to Roger Ebert, of how well Drew Barrymore " can hold the screen and involve us in her characters ".
She eventually left the bench in 1998 and devoted herself full-time to her website and books in September 1999.
Her 1998 country-rock album Hungry Again was made up entirely of her own compositions.
Following her appearance in the erotic film, Different Strokes: The Story of Jack and Jill ... and Jill, Plato appeared on the cover of the lesbian lifestyle magazine Girlfriends in 1998.
In Spring 1998 Gracen recanted her six-year-old denial and stated she had a one night stand with Clinton in 1982.
In England and Wales, under the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 ( CPR ), an expert witness is required to be independent and address his or her expert report to the court.
Janis Joplin was born in Port Arthur, Texas, on, to Dorothy ( née East ) Joplin ( 1913 – 1998 ), a registrar at a business college, and her husband, Seth Joplin ( 1910 – 1987 ), an engineer at Texaco.
In 1998 she appeared in her first film-a six part documentary called " The Legend of Atlantis " by Elia The Prophet and it wasn't until 2010 when she landed roles in the documentaries, 3 Magic Words ( 2010 ) and " In the Beginning There Was Light "( 2010 )
The following year she was the voice of the title character, Kiki, a 13-year-old apprentice witch who leaves her home village to spend a year on her own, in the anime movie Kiki's Delivery Service ( 1998 ).
In May 1998, the French Government named her an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters.
" In 1998, while her husband was afflicted with Alzheimer's disease, Nancy told Vanity Fair, " Our relationship is very special.
A singer would interpret his or her part by figuring cadential formulas with other parts in mind, and when singing together musicians would avoid parallel octaves and fifths or alter their cadential parts in light of decisions by other musicians ( Bent, 1998 ).
In 1999, a lawsuit was filed on her behalf against Outkast and LaFace Records due to their unauthorized use of her name in their 1998 song, " Rosa Parks ".

her and book
In the last pages of the book Sibylla comes to Rome to seek an audience with the great Pope and to give her confession.
Perhaps Mrs. Meynell would do me the undeserved kindness to keep my own copy of the first edition of my first book, with all its mementos of her and the dear ones.
It is not an entirely happy book, as Mrs. Fink soon becomes jealous of Alicia and, in retaliation, refuses to continue to scrape the algae off her glass.
Christie describes entirely different working methods for every book in her autobiography thus contradicts this claim, more likely from theatre, screen film and TV adaptations that vary perpetrators to keep viewers coming back.
Every book followed a different train of thought, from inspiration to solution, according to her autobiography.
One such site featured in her books is the temple site of Abu Simbel in her book Death on the Nile, as well as the great detail in which she describes life at the dig site in her book Murder in Mesopotamia.
The large amount of travel done by Christie and Mallowan has not only made for a great writing theme, as shown in her famous novel: The Murder on the Orient Express, but also tied into the idea of archaeology as an adventure that has become so important in today ’ s popular culture as described by Cornelius Holtorf in his book Archaeology is a Brand.
The characters in this book in particular are also based on archaeologists Christie knew from her personal experiences on excavations sites.
Unlike the models mentioned above, Christie's Poirot was clearly the result of her early development of the detective in her first book, written in 1916 but not published until 1920.
Louisa turned her experience into the book Hospital Sketches.
Kathleen Norris in her book Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith characterizes this transformation of the original words as " wretched English " making the line that replaces the original " laughably bland ".
The Dodo, who in this adaptation of the book is named Uilleam and is portrayed by Michael Gough, bears a down of brilliant blue and is one of Alice's advisers, who also took first note of her identity as the true Alice.
Augustus made her record any daily activities she did in the imperial day book and the emperor took severe measures in preventing Agrippina from forming friendships, without his consent.
" The book Plea Bargaining's Triumph: A History of Plea Bargaining in America published by Stanford University Press defines the plea as one in " which the defendant adheres to his / her claim of innocence even while allowing that the government has enough evidence to prove his / her guilt beyond a reasonable doubt ".
According to the book Gender, Crime, and Punishment published by Yale University Press, " Under the Alford doctrine, a defendant does not admit guilt but admits that the state has sufficient evidence to find him or her guilty, should the case go to trial.
In 2011 Hill published her second book, Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home, which focuses on the sub-prime lending crisis that resulted in the foreclosure of many homes owned by African-Americans.
In 2007, she wrote that she did not want to belittle the issue but was sceptical of the claims that specific actions would prevent catastrophe, then in 2008 that her doubts had been “ crystalised ” by Nigel Lawson's book An Appeal to Reason, before stating in 2009 that " There is no climate change, hasn ’ t anybody looked out of their window recently?
In India some intellectual references of the movement can be found in the works of Vandana Shiva, an ecologist and feminist, who in her book Biopiracy documents the way that the natural capital of indigenous peoples and ecoregions is converted into forms of intellectual capital, which are then recognized as exclusive commercial property without sharing the private utility thus derived.

her and hypnotherapy
Dr. Kik puts her through shock treatment and other forms of treatment including hypnotherapy.
" Ferguson has stated in several interviews that she is an avid user of hypnotherapy, which she used to overcome her crystal meth addiction and to relax.
Mauricio confesses to Hal the truth about Robbins ' hypnotherapy, but Hal does not believe this until he runs into Katrina ( Brooke Burns ), a woman who initially appeared beautiful to him due to her internal beauty, but whom Hal now sees in her true, unattractive state.
She then studied hypnotherapy, graduating at the top of her class, and later opened her own clinic.
After “ Embraced ” was published, Betty gave up her hypnotherapy practice and began traveling extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Ireland, speaking on death and the afterlife.
In 102 Dalmatians, while under effect of Dr. Ivan Pavlov's hypnotherapy treatment, Cruella was cured of her evil habits and released from prison on parole, three years after the events of the first film.
Unfortunately, this new persona was not to last for long, since the effects of Big Ben's chimes managed to undo the hypnotherapy, reverting Cruella to her former self.

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