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She bettered this mark in 1990 with a speed of-a record which stood until 1993.
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She snapped five tenths of a second off the mark set by Helen Shipley, of Wellsley College, in the National A.A.U. meet in Columbus, Ohio.
She briefly develops a psychic shadow form like Psylocke's, with a gold Phoenix emblem over her eye instead of the Crimson Dawn mark possessed by Psylocke, Jean briefly lost her telekinesis to Psylocke during this exchange, but her telekinetic abilities later came back in full at a far stronger level than before.
She flew the Avro Avian 594 Avian III, SN: R3 / AV / 101 owned by Lady Mary Heath and later purchased the aircraft and had it shipped back to the United States ( where it was assigned " unlicensed aircraft identification mark " 7083 ).
She broke the champagne bottle on the nose of the California Zephyr train, to mark its inaugural journey from San Francisco on March 19, 1949.
She won titles on all four surfaces and crossed the $ 10 million mark in career prize money in 1998, the fifth player to reach the milestone.
She is also attacked by rival vampire Alejandro, who attempts to mark her as his Human Servant, which cancels out the control that Jean-Claude previously exerted through the marks he had given her.
She finally hit her mark in MGM musicals such as Easter Parade ( 1948 ), On the Town ( 1949 ) and Kiss Me Kate ( 1953 ).
She also petitioned the Holy See for some mark to distinguish these knights from other Cruciferi, with whom they bore in common the red crusader.
She completed her Higher School Certificate in 1995, her highest mark being eighty-five percent in music and at the age of 18, became the lead singer of a cover band " Quiver ".
She learned how to read, write, and do math, but also music, especially how to play the piano, a distinctive mark of a real lady.
She claims as a result to have earned trademark rights in the 1964 recording, which she contends the public recognizes as a mark designating her as a singer.
She greatly resembles Mizuho, with the exception of having purplish hair instead of magenta, green eyes and a small beauty mark on her chin.
She left her mark by making social security universal and improving health care, education, and labor legislation in Portugal.
She drew the illustrations for the opening titles of the BBC's 2007 production of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford, and for Midsummer Nights, a volume of opera-related short stories by prominent writers published in 2009 to mark the 75th anniversary of the Glyndebourne Opera Festival.
She led throughout, tossing 73. 18 metres ( 240-1 ) in round one, and improving to 74. 27 metres ( 243-8 ) in round two, and 75. 02 metres ( 246-1 ) in round three – her best mark.
She led him to Stephen ’ s gravesite, “ which had only a cedar tree to mark it .” Mellon promised to have a headstone carved for Stephen ’ s grave.
She won three other tournaments and become the first LPGA player to win $ 1 million mark in a single season topping the year end money list.
She is later revealed to be an elf, and even later revealed to have been born as the newest " Sacras One ", an elf with precognitive abilities, as signified by a mark on her lower back.
She sings " Stranger to the Rain ," in which she says that she has always faced the problem of being shunned because she bears the mark of Cain.
She committed Arundell to the Fleet, remarking that ‘ I would not have a sheep branded with another man's mark ’.
She and 1990
She served three terms as Prime Minister of Norway ( 1981, 1986 – 89, 1990 – 96 ), and has served as the Director General of the World Health Organization.
She became a Hollywood star after headlining the romantic comedy Pretty Woman ( 1990 ), which grossed $ 464 million worldwide.
She defeated Fianna Fáil's Brian Lenihan and Fine Gael's Austin Currie in the 1990 presidential election becoming, as an Independent candidate nominated by the Labour Party, the Workers ' Party and independent senators, the first elected president in the office's history not to have had the support of Fianna Fáil.
She was meant to appear with Richard Ofshe in the 1990 U. S. v. Fishman Case, in which Steven Fishman claimed to have been under mind control by the Church of Scientology in order to defend himself against charges of embezzlement, but the courts disallowed her testimony.
After leaving Little House, she continued acting in television shows like The Equalizer, The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Murder, She Wrote, and was the associate producer for the next to last TV project Michael Landon made before dying: Where Pigeons Go to Die ( 1990 ).
She claimed ( 1982, 1990 ) that boys have a justice perspective meaning that they rely on formal rules to define right and wrong.
She became a film star in Europe with a string of successful films, including L ' étudiante ( 1988 ), Pacific Palisades ( 1990 ), and Fanfan ( 1993 ).
She then reprised her role as Jacy in Texasville ( 1990 ), the sequel to The Last Picture Show ( 1971 ), as the original cast ( including director Peter Bogdanovich ) reunited 20 years after filming the original.
She also appeared in Woody Allen's Alice ( 1990 ), and Eugene Levy's Once Upon a Crime ( 1992 ), as well as several television films.
She sued him for damages, but because ( at the time the case was filed ) it was illegal to have sex with someone you're not married to, Ziherl argued that Martin could not sue him because joint tortfeasors-those involved in committing a crime-cannot sue each other over acts occurring as a result of a criminal act ( Zysk v. Zysk, 404 S. E. 2d 721 ( Va. 1990 )).
She was the recipient of a Canada Council Major Award, two National Magazine Awards, the 1990 Marian Engel Award, the Canadian Author's Award, and a CBC short story award.
She was then selected to represent Australia at the 1990 World Junior Championships in Athletics in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
She also had a sister named Anne-Marie ( 1966 – 1990 ) who suffered from cerebral palsy and spent much of her life in a home for the disabled.
She appeared in his TV and live theatre shows including his last major West End appearance — his one-man show — at the Garrick Theatre in 1990.
She was in 1984 appointed as governor general by Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, on the recommendation of Prime Minister of Canada Pierre Trudeau, to replace Edward Richard Schreyer as vicereine, and she occupied the post until succeeded by Ray Hnatyshyn in 1990.
She is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the American Psychological Association, and served as president of the International Association for the Study of Child Language from 1990 to 1993.
She has 3 gold medals in IMO 1989 ( 41 points ), IMO 1990 ( 42 ) and IMO 1991 ( 42 ), missing only 1 point in 1989 to precede Manolescu's achievement.
She also assisted her husband's business of breeding polo ponies and cattle until his death from cancer in 1990.
She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1990, and continued working until shortly before her death.
" She toured South America and Japan successfully into the early stages of 1990 and then retreated into acting.
She was a regular panelist on To Tell the Truth from the 1960 through its 1990 revival, appearing in most episodes in the 1960s and 1970s.
She also was Vice-President of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association until her appointment to the Supreme Court of Ontario ( High Court of Justice ) in 1987 and to the Court of Appeal for Ontario in 1990.