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She denied the influence of drag, Kabuki or performance art on her new image, a look she affectionately dubbed " Joan Crawford on acid " in an interview with Spin in 1996, but admitted that " it's that combination of being quite elegant and funny and revolting, all at the same time, that appeals to me.
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She and denied
She called to Sparta for assistance but was denied, as Sparta was facing the largest helot revolution in its history.
She sought to discuss the issue with Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, but her request for a meeting was reportedly denied.
She edited and dubbed what elements were left and Tiefland premiered on February 11, 1954 in Stuttgart, however, it was denied entry into the Cannes Film Festival.
She believed changes in the law had afforded her daughter dignity that had been denied her before, and that she had been able to " help transform Sharon's legacy from murder victim to a symbol of victims ' rights ".
She was denied access to her children and father, forbidden to remarry and only allowed to walk unaccompanied within the mansion courtyard.
She reportedly had an affair with director, Zhang Min, however she denied it in her autobiographical writings.
She had little food and almost no money ; her son was denied access to study at academic institutions by dint of his parents ' alleged anti-state activities.
She was still denied rooms in certain American hotels and was not allowed to eat in certain American restaurants.
She makes a point to note that while many women petitioned for funds, she herself only petitioned once and, being denied, decided such efforts were not worth the trouble.
She does contradict herself, however, by adding that she writes for delight, which she had denied in her previous work.
She made a sally towards Europe, but her reputation preceded her, and she was denied entry at every European sea port.
She later denied that she had ever made any such comment and, in a letter to the AIDS campaign group ACT UP in 1989, she said that it was " a terrible misunderstanding.
She forbade examination of Arbus's correspondence and often denied permission for exhibition or reproduction of Arbus's photographs.
She was also rumoured to be romantically involved with musician and actor Vincent Gallo, though both denied the claims.
She was still fighting to regain these rights 30 years after ending her business relationship with them, but was ultimately denied the publishing rights.
She neither confirmed nor denied this fact, always focused on her duties with superb elegance and great passion to win another international crown.
She placed fifth in the initial balloting, and denied unanimous consent for Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona after refusing to withdraw her name from the final ballot.
She also publicly denied that her son planned to marry Leonore Lemmon, because he had never told her.
She and influence
She arranged for Alexander to marry Sallustia Orbiana, the daughter of a noble Patrician family, but grew so jealous of Sallustia ’ s influence over her son that she had her banished from court.
She studied book illustration from a young age and developed her own tastes, but the work of the picture book triumvirate Walter Crane, Kate Greenaway and Randolph Caldecott, the last an illustrator whose work was later collected by her father, was a great influence.
She understood that a woman ’ s influence is realized when her speech accords value to chastity, virtue, and restraint.
She focused on other aspects of the government, but was a feminist by virtue of the fact that she was a woman working to influence the world.
She was now, moreover, in consequence of her misfortunes deprived of most of her influence in the councils of Europe.
She had a strong influence on her husband and played a role in a few of his personnel and diplomatic decisions.
The Australian alternative rock band, The Go-Betweens dedicated a track off their 1994 album The Friends of Rachel Worth, When She Sang About Angels in reference to Smith's long time influence on themselves.
She rapidly became an important member of Emperor Jahangir's court and, together with her brother Asaf Khan, wielded considerable influence.
She was blamed for the breakup of The Beatles and repeatedly criticized for her influence over Lennon and his music.
He admits, " If there's a bigger influence on Buffy than Kitty, I don't know what it was ... She was an adolescent girl finding out she has great power and dealing with it.
She was most likely given by her father, a tribal chief of the Polabian Obotrites, as a peace offering in a marriage to seal the peace, and she is thought to have brought with her a great dowry, as a great Slavic influence is represented in Sweden from her time, mainly among craftsmen.
She raised to the throne of Courland one Ernst Johann von Biron, who gained her particular favour and had considerable influence over her policies.
She contributed to the 1993 foundation of the Doris Tate Crime Victims Bureau, a non-profit organization which aims to influence crime legislation throughout the United States and to give greater rights and protection to victims of violent crime.
She was a strong-minded woman who exercised great influence over Lyons, while raising their eleven children.
She has also won an Oscar, an Emmy Award, two Golden Globes and a Grammy Legend Award for her contributions and influence in the recording field, along with many other honors and awards.