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Sarah Churchwell in the Guardian says, " Ultimately Faludi is guilty of her own exaggerations and mythmaking, strong-arming her argument into submission.
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The serial was the second of three loosely connected serials known as the Black Guardian Trilogy, and was the last to feature Sarah Sutton as Nyssa.
Preston was also editor when The Guardian was forced to hand over leaked government documents which were then traced to a Foreign Office copier, leading to Sarah Tisdall who was subsequently imprisoned under the Official Secrets Act 1911.
She was listed as the second-best female companion behind Sarah Jane Smith by The Daily Telegraph Gavin Fuller, and also by Daniel Martin of The Guardian in 2007.
Sarah Tisdall anonymously sent The Guardian photocopied documents detailing when American cruise missile nuclear weapons would be arriving in the United Kingdom.
*" Tests start on pill that could lengthen millions of lives: Tablet aims to cut heart attack and stroke risk: Four-in-one drug could be sold for just $ 1 a month " Sarah Boseley, health editor The Guardian, Monday September 29 2008.
* Guardian Interview " Jo Shapcott: I'm not someone chasing her own ambulance " by Sarah Crown, July 2010.
Owing to Dorries ' claims about practices used in teaching about sex, Sarah Ditum in The Guardian accused Dorries of making Sex and Relationship Education ( SRE ) " sound like a terrifying exercise in depravity ".
Sarah Russell of The Guardian gave a short review to the novel in the December 9, 1958 issue when she said, " In this solving of a two-year-old family murder sympathy is, unusually with Miss Christie, evoked for too many people to leave enough suspects ; but the unravelling is sound and the story well told.
Many reviewers were disparaging of MacCorkindale's performances in Casualty: Rupert Smith of The Guardian deemed MacCorkindale " fantastically wooden ", while fellow Guardian journalists Sarah Dempster and Jim Shelley commented on MacCorkindale's " loud " delivery of his lines.
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This is a somewhat flawed theory, since the Bible says that God agreed with Sarah, and it was only at His insistence that Abraham actually had Ishmael leave.
Tim Smith has denied that Gentle Giant was an influence on the band, but Sarah Smith says that they were.
Legend says Andrew Jackson called her “ wealthy, pretty, ambitious, and intelligent ,” and urged James K. Polk to marry Sarah Childress, which he did.
Meg and Harold then have sex – she says " I feel like I got a great break on a used car " – while Michael and Sarah joke around and interview each other with a video camera.
In the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Sarah Connor says " Domo arigato " to a Japanese man she's just done business with ( in Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point ).
In particular, one of them says that the word " sarapul " formed by the merger of two words: " Sarah ", which is one of the Siberian dialect means " money " and " pul "-small copper coin, and means " place of money ".
While the anonymous account in The Gentleman's Magazine says that Carey had an annuity, he left a pregnant second wife ( Sarah, whom he married between 1729 and 1733 ) and three dependent children, and both Hawkins and The London Stage say that he was despondent over financial difficulties.
During the fight scene between Eve and Harmony, Sarah Thompson says Mercedes McNab slapped her accidentally.
While she is seeing Todd out, Hillman picks up Bethany and tells Sarah that they will both be alright if she does exactly what he says.
Barbara Schnorrenberg suggests that Sarah was in this function and says that there is good reason to suggest that she married poorly to escape that situation ( Schnorrenberg 723 ).
When Angel and Buffy kiss at the end of the episode as Buffy says " there isn't enough time " and begins to cry, David Boreanaz can be heard to say " Sarah, don't ", referencing Sarah Michelle Gellar's name
Sarah says she is going to take a taxi home, but when the Doctor offers to take her home instead, she smiles, " How can I refuse?
Settling down in 2007, John enrolls in Campo de Cahuenga High School under the name of John Baum, after author L. Frank Baum who wrote The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, a book that Sarah says was John's favorite when he was younger, where he is friends with his fellow students Morris and Riley Dawson.
It is during the beginning of the book that he is bullied, but when saved by Sarah is entirely ungrateful and says " a girl for a friend is like no friend at all.
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After the spate of female vocalists we have been having, all of whom took Sarah as a point of departure and then tried to see what they could do that might make her seem old hat, it seemed that all that has happened is to make the real thing seem better than ever.
In the company of Edwin and his loves are a dramatic array of thinly veiled representations of theatrical personages of the time, amongst them Daniel Mendoza, an exacting and powerful impresario, who controls the lives of his leading ladies ; the goatish, démodé manager, Matthew Lewis, who promotes Julia Scarlet as “ the American Sarah Bernhardt ”; the worldly-wise veteran of the stage, Ottilie Potter, who has gotten where she is because, “ Men had what I wanted, and I had what they wanted ”; and the huge, manlike Helen Sampson, chief among theatrical agents.
He is approached by a woman who explains she is Sarah Tyrell, niece of Eldon Tyrell, heiress to the entire Tyrell Corporation and the human template ( templant ) for the Rachael replicant.
It is sometimes known by the metonym The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street or simply The Old Lady, a name taken from the legend of Sarah Whitehead, whose ghost is said to haunt the bank's garden.
Stephen Sackur appears on Hardtalk, which is aired weeknights and at weekends, while Badawi, Gracie and Sarah Montague provide cover for him.
For example, the Hebrew name Sarah ( שרה ) is spelled sin ( ש ) resh ( ר ) heh ( ה ) from right to left.
Chicano performance art blends humor and pathos for tragi-comic effect as shown by Los Angeles ' comedy troupe Culture Clash and Mexican-born performance artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Nao Bustamante is a Chicana Artist known internationally for her conceptual art pieces and as a participant in Work of Art: The next Great Artist produced by Sarah Jessica Parker.
It is through Sarah Brewer that Coolidge believed that he inherited American Indian blood, but this descent has never been established by modern genealogists.
The Terminator Cameron Phillips seen in the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is of a previously unseen model, and is once again referred to on screen ( including once by another Terminator ) as a cyborg.
For example, while in a conversion to Judaism a convert must accept basic Jewish principles of faith, and renounce all other religions, the process is more like a form of adoption, or changing national citizenship ( i. e. becoming a formal member of the people, or tribe ), with the convert becoming a " child of Abraham and Sarah.
The first English translation of Christine de Pizan ’ s The Treasure of the City of Ladies: or The Book of the Three Virtues is Sarah Lawson ’ s ( 1985 ).
Runyon's fictional world is also known to the general public through the musical Guys and Dolls based on two of his stories, " The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown " and " Blood Pressure ".
Runyon almost totally avoids the past tense ( it is thought to be used once, in the short story " The Lily of St Pierre ", and once in " The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown " ), and makes little use of the future tense, using the present for both.
It is also believed by the Rosicrucian organization AMORC, that Bacon would have influenced a settlement of mystics in North America, stating that his work " The New Atlantis " inspired a colony of Rosicrucians led by Johannes Kelpius, to journey across the Atlantic Ocean in a chartered vessel called Sarah Mariah, and move on to Pennsylvania in late XVII Century.
" Abram's name is changed to Abraham and that of his wife Sarai to Sarah, and circumcision of all males is instituted as the sign of the covenant.
Abraham asks God that Ishmael " might live in Thy sight ," ( that is, be favoured ), but God replies that Sarah will bear a son, who will be named Isaac, through whom the covenant will be established.
On the death of Sarah, Abraham purchases Machpelah ( modern Hebron ) for a family tomb and sends his servant to Mesopotamia to find among his relations a wife for Isaac, and Rebekah is chosen.
The fulfilment of the promise to each patriarch depends on having a male heir, and the story is constantly complicated by the fact that each prospective mother – Sarah, Rebekah and Rachel – is barren.