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She became a national figure in 1991 when she alleged that U. S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas had made harassing sexual statements when he was her supervisor at the U. S. Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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She was the daughter and sole heiress of either a cattle baron or an oil millionaire and, having arrived in New York with a big bank roll, became a dabbler in various fields.
She became aware that two Italian workmen, carrying a large azalea pot, were standing before her and wanted her to move so that they could begin arranging a new row of the display.
She called him, " an intelligent, philosophic, modest man " and found his views on education " very attractive ". Locals in Cheshire were less supportive and became suspicious of his methods.
She became involved in politics in Tiberius ’ imperial court, became an advocate for her sons to succeed Tiberius, and opposed Tiberius ’ natural son and natural grandson Tiberius Gemellus for succession.
She was first elected to the House of Commons in the 1987 general election as member for the constituency of Maidstone ( which became Maidstone and The Weald in 1997 ).
She became the mother of one of David's sons, who is listed in the Book of Chronicles under the name Daniel, in the Masoretic Text of the Books of Samuel as Chileab, and in the Septuagint text of 2 Samuel 3: 3 as Δαλουια, Dalouia.
She started her acting career in 1952 and, after appearing in 16 films, became world-famous due to her role in her then-husband Roger Vadim's controversial film And God Created Woman.
She became a vegetarian and raised three million francs to fund the foundation by auctioning off jewellery and many personal belongings.
She became the sister-in-law of her friend and colleague, Édouard Manet, when she married his brother, Eugène.
Following some success illustrating cards and booklets, Potter wrote and illustrated The Tale of Peter Rabbit publishing it first privately in 1901, and a year later as a small, three-colour illustrated book with Frederick Warne & Co. She became unofficially engaged to her editor Norman Warne in 1905 despite the disapproval of her parents, but he died suddenly a month later, of leukemia.
She won so much land for her father's kingdom that Zeus became enraged and changed her into a monster.
She won the Logan Medal of the arts at the Art Institute of Chicago, and became a member of the National Academy in 1902.
She became known in the 1970s in films such as Hester Street ( for which she received an Academy Award nomination ) and Annie Hall.
She quickly became one of Hollywood's most recognized child actresses, going on to establish herself in mainly comic roles.
She became a member of the Communist Party in 1938, and married Deng a year later in front of Mao's cave dwelling in Yan ' an.
She became the top-ranking female box office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers ( male and female ), as of 2012.
She continued to have hits with " Heartbreaker " ( 1978 ), " Baby I'm Burning " and " You're the Only One " ( both 1979 ), all of which charted in the pop singles Top 40, and all of which also topped the country-singles chart ; 1979's " Sweet Summer Lovin '" became the first Parton single in two years to not top the country singles chart ( though it still nonetheless reached the top ten ).
She made headlines and became part of the national debate over troubled child stars, particularly given the difficulties of her Diff ' rent Strokes co-stars, Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges.
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She also was the original GOP national committeewoman from New Jersey in the early 1920s following adoption of the women's suffrage amendment.
Over the years, Hill has provided commentary on gender and race issues on national television programs, including 60 Minutes, Face the Nation and Meet the Press She has been a speaker on the topic commercial law of law as well as race and women's rights.
She supported the argument that the death penalty would have deterrent value, as within five years of its abolition the national murder rate had more than doubled.
The Austrian lawyer and scholar Philipp Wilhelm von Hornick, in his Austria Over All, If She Only Will of 1684, detailed a nine-point program of what he deemed effective national economy, which sums up the tenets of mercantilism comprehensively:
" She criticizes proponents of the unitary executive for expanding " the many existing uncheckable executive powers – such as executive orders, decrees, memorandums, proclamations, national security directives and legislative signing statements – that already allow presidents to enact a good deal of foreign and domestic policy without aid, interference or consent from Congress.
She organized and collaborated with civil rights leaders, including Edgar Nixon, president of the local chapter of the NAACP ; and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a new minister in town who gained national prominence in the civil rights movement.
She said the " national responsibility ( bestowed ) by the public brings me to approach this job with great reverence ".
Halonen was a surprising candidate as she didn't represent many traditional values: She was known as a left-wing social democratic party member, who lived in a domestic partnership, was a single parent and had resigned from the national church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland.
She was accused of treason and was executed on 13 February 1542, destroying the English Catholic holdouts ' hopes of a national reconciliation with the Catholic Church.
She is thwarted when Pepe the King Prawn manages to get the Muppet Theater to be made into a national landmark.
She performed three of the songs at the 1969 Woodstock Festival, helped to bring the songs of Bob Dylan to national prominence, and has displayed a lifelong commitment to political and social activism in the fields of nonviolence, civil rights, human rights and the environment.
She later worked as a literary adviser to Habimah, the national theater, and an editor for the publishing company Sifriyat HaPoalim (" Workers ' Library ").
She became one of the masterminds of the Cultural Revolution, and along with three others, held absolute control over all of the national institutions.
She was asked to stay in Poland and join the Polish national athletic team ; she also continued to run in various American challenges and games.
She is the author of four photo essay books featuring her photography of the Earth, including Passionate Vision ( 2000 ), which covered Canada's national parks.
She has earned five national amateur titles, but her personal story of overcoming incest brought her to the attention of The New York Times and Barbara Walters of The View " Through this whole journey and me opening up the sexual abuse, I'm finding more importance and meaning to my life ," Underwood told SUCCESS magazine.
She traveled to Mexico next, after the invitation by the producers to try out there, and became a superstar in that country as well, working in many top soap operas, including Camila and the national super hit Amigas y Rivales.
She has spoken out as a human rights activist for Survival International and the Gurkha Justice Campaign and is now considered a " national treasure " of Nepal because of her support.
She is a national personification in Indonesia, where she is known as Ibu Pertiwi (' Mother Earth ').
She has some fluency in Swedish Sign Language, a national sign language used by the deaf community in Sweden.