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Lesley Stahl asked, regarding the effects of UN sanctions against Iraq, " We have heard that a half million children have died.
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On May 12, 1996, Albright defended UN sanctions against Iraq on a 60 Minutes segment in which Lesley Stahl asked her " We have heard that half a million children have died.
The anchor desk was subsequently shared by the team of Lesley Stahl and Richard Threlkeld, while Morton and Rudd returned to both feature reporting and commentary respectively.
* America Tonight ( Dan Rather, Charles Kuralt, Lesley Stahl, Robert Krulwich, Edie Magnus ) ( October 1, 1990 – 1991 )
60 Minutes has been accused of botching the Biovail story by the Columbia Journalism Reviews Audit columnist and the New York Times's Joe Nocera, who felt Lesley Stahl accepted Biovail's conspiracy theories about short sellers without proper consideration.
She is a member of the Manhattan Institute's board of trustees and one of the founding members of wowOwow. com, along with Liz Smith, Lesley Stahl, Mary Wells Lawrence and Joni Evans.
He famously called Rush Limbaugh " a fat, pill-popping loser " and a " drug-addled gas bag ", and Lesley Stahl a " gutless, lying weasel.
Former White House correspondent Lesley Stahl later wrote that she and other reporters noticed what might have been early symptoms of Reagan's later Alzheimer's Disease.
Liz Smith is one of the founding members, along with Lesley Stahl, Mary Wells Lawrence and Joni Evans of wowOwow. com.
He is married to CBS newswoman and 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl and has one daughter named Taylor.
Lesley Stahl is one of the founding members, along with Liz Smith, Mary Wells Lawrence, and Joni Evans, of wowOwow. com, a website for women to talk about culture, politics, and gossip.
The program was revamped in 2002 when Lesley Stahl took over hosting duties from Dan Rather, and its name was changed to 48 Hours Investigates.
" Goldberg criticized Hirshman for comments she made in a segment produced by Lesley Stahl on 60 Minutes in October 2004.
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" He responded to such rumours by telling Playboy and other interviewers that he was not gay, and telling Lesley White of the Sunday Times, " I chose for a long time not to answer these questions because of the manner in which they were asked, and because I was never talking to someone I trusted, so why should I?
After this short stint, Allen was asked to return to the show to play Luke and Laura Spencer's daughter Lesley Lu ( Lulu ) Spencer, a change that required that the character's age be retroactively lowered.
On 3 March 2009, the The Mirror reported that the classic sitcom was set for a return reporting that Lesley Joseph, Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson have all been asked by the team behind the sitcom to make another series.
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According to Brown, late in the 16th century the early historians George Buchanan and Bishop John Lesley from opposite ends of the religious spectrum both looked favourably on James's reign but were uneasily mindful of an enduring aggressive history regarding the king.
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She made two further comebacks against Durr ( 2 – 6, 6 – 2, 6 – 3 ) and Lesley Hunt ( 4 – 6, 6 – 2, 6 – 3 ), both seasoned professionals, before losing to Billie Jean King in a semifinal ( 6 – 3, 6 – 2 ).
* Lesley Judd, known as the Mole ( series 2 ), who pretended to be one of the regular contestants but was actually working against them.
A gritty series, King Cinder by John Foster, pitches two teenagers, played by Peter Duncan ( Kerry ) a speedway bike rider and Lesley Manville ( Nicky ) his girlfriend against a criminal gang running an extortion racket run by nasty Todd Edwards ( Michael Hawkins ) and Hells Angel Daniel Abineri in a South Coast fictional seaside town called Barton.
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" Lesley Sharp ( Louise ) responded: " There are a lot of people who don't go to art house cinemas who do have deeply troubled lives and are at risk .... We do actually live in a misogynistic, violent society and there are a lot of women in abusive relationships who find it very difficult to get out of them.
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Artists who have taken part in the Llangollen Fringe include Sir Clement Freud, Lesley Garrett, Rhys Ifans, The Damned, Cerys Matthews, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Juan Martín, The Black Seeds, John Cooper Clarke, Will Self and Race Horses.
The song " General Lesley ’ s March " is said to have been sung by Scottish soldiers during the wars of the Covenant in the 1640s:
Tank historians such as Richard P. Hunnicutt, George Forty and Steven Zaloga have generally agreed that the main cause of the delay in production of the M26 was opposition to the tank from Army Ground Forces, headed by General Lesley McNair.
Al Michaels, Jim Palmer, Tim McCarver and Lesley Visser would have, in all likelihood, served as the commentators.
Heat Vision also reports that Imelda Staunton and Miranda Richardson have been cast for the film, along with Kenneth Cranham, Sam Riley, and Lesley Manville.
There have been several marriages in Grytviken, the first being registered on February 24, 1932, between A. G. N. Jones and Vera Riches, and the most recent on February 19, 2006, between Peter W. Damisch and Lesley J. Friedsam.
John and Lesley speculate that unexplained disappearances of a Japanese fishing fleet and a Siberian seal boat may have been due to the octopus.
Lesley is able to convince the first sailor to repeat his story for the government officials, who now have the evidence they need to back up the scientists ' premise.
English language versions have included one with a translation by Lesley Storm and lyrics by Dudley Glass that played at the Cambridge Theatre in London in 1944, one for English National Opera in 1976 at the London Coliseum by Murray Dickie and a 1980s production for the Light Opera of Manhattan by Alice Hammerstein Matthias.
Wall, Edward A. Clarke, John T. Lesley, Stephen M. Sparkman, William C. Brown and S. A. Jones, " to construct and operate a line of railway or railroads on any or all of the streets in the city or town of Tampa ... and on any or all of the avenues leading into or running near said city of Tampa, included within the area of land lying between the Hillsborough river and the creek known as the six mile creek east of said city of Tampa, and of also extending one or more of said lines of railway to and across the island at the mouth of the Hillsborough river, and the island known as Depot island, and said company shall further have the rights to operate said line or lines of railroad or any of them with steam or horse power, and shall have the right to purchase or construct and to run steamboats or other vessels, and to use and navigate the same on Hillsborough and Tampa bays, and upon all the streams ending therein.
Actors that have performed at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre include: Benedict Cumberbatch, Anna Neagle, Robert Helpmann, Vivian Leigh, Eileen Atkins, Leslie French, Bill Kenwright, Felicity Kendal, Anthony Andrews, Wayne Sleep, Ricky Tomlinson, Jeremy Irons, Zoë Wanamaker, Judi Dench, Celia Imrie, Lesley Garrett, Douglas Hodge, Richard E Grant, Natasha Richardson, Ralph Fiennes, Christopher Biggins, Jenny Galloway, Joanna Riding, Samantha Spiro, Jenna Russell, Liz Robertson, Toyah Willcox, Bernard Bresslaw ( who died in his dressing room at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, while performing the part of Grumio in the 1993 production of The Taming of the Shrew ), Nigel Planer, Nigel Harman, Su Pollard, Milton Jones, John Malkovich, Scarlett Strallen, Sheridan Smith, Summer Strallen, Topol, Millicent Martin, Janie Dee, Clive Rowe, Martha Wainwright, Hannah Waddingham and Helen Dallimore.
West Yorkshire Police quickly formed the view that Kiszko fitted their profile of the sort of person likely to have killed Lesley Molseed even though he had never been in trouble with the law and had no social life beyond his mother and aunt.
Although he had been told in 1983 that he would only be eligible for parole if he admitted having murdered Lesley Molseed, the Home Office apparently changed its view and, in February 1990, privately disclosed that Kiszko's first parole hearing would take place in December 1992, by which time he would have served 17 years in custody, but he would only be released if he could convince the Parole Board that he would not be a danger to children or the public.
Several reporters have since left, including James Brown, Lesley Visser, Bryan Burwell and Jim Lampley.