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She designed and supervised the building of the Harbert, Michigan, house, most of which was constructed by one local carpenter who carried the heavy beams singly upon his shoulder.
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She was forty-nine at this time, a lanky woman of breeding with an austere, narrow face which had the distinction of a steeple or some architecture that had been designed long ago for a stubborn sort of prayer.
She wore a court-length gown of organdy designed with bateau neckline and princesse skirt accented by lace appliques.
She wore a gown of satin designed along princesse lines and featuring a flared skirt and lace jacket with bateau neckline.
She is recorded to have used implements such as whips, canes and birches, to chastise and punish her male clients, as well as the Berkley Horse, a specially designed flogging machine, and a pulley suspension system for lifting them off the floor.
She is noted for numerous series of books based on recurring characters and designed for different age groups.
She is so perfectly designed for the part by art and nature that any other actress in the role would be inconceivable ", and as her fame escalated, she was featured on the cover of Time magazine as Scarlett.
She has designed costumes for figure skaters, including Nancy Kerrigan, Michelle Kwan and Evan Lysacek.
She was encouraged by the United States government as part of President Roosevelt ’ s Good Neighbor policy, designed to strengthen links with Latin America and Europe ; it was believed that in delivering content like hers, the policy would be better received by the American public.
She also designed the French poster for the film which features an ink drawing of the eponymous lovers locked in embrace.
She designed a stained glass window for St. Edmund's Church, Pitlake, and her painting of the Christ Child, The Darling of the World Has Come, was purchased by Queen Mary.
She is engaged in active study of robots, digital pets, and simulated creatures, particularly those designed for children and the elderly as well as in a study of mobile cellular technologies.
She remained a member of the company for four seasons, 1957 – 1961, her roles including Katherine in Henry V in 1958 ( which was also her New York debut ), and as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet in October 1960, directed and designed by Franco Zeffirelli.
She is also prominently featured in a comic story published by Marvel Comics, but for some reason, instead of a female duck as she was originally designed, she appears in the comic story as a human.
She once admitted that she was " designed for a nun " and the fact that she had so many Catholic connections, such as Henry Neville who was later arrested, would certainly have aroused suspicions during the anti-Catholic fervor of the 1680s ( Goreau 243 ).
She was also heavily involved in the first cooperative community designed by the federal government in the New Deal Era, Arthurdale, West Virginia, which sought to improve the lives of impoverished laborers by enabling them to create a self-sufficient, and relatively prosperous, cooperative community.
She also designed and supervised the building of Greenlawn's post office east of Broadway behind the train station in 1911.
She was an active suffragist and Liberal and used her wealth and position to support a number of schemes designed to improve conditions in the town.
She was larger than the Dartmouth pair as she had three decks and was designed for the dual role of ferry and cruise service.
She was buried in the church at Kedleston, where Curzon designed his memorial for her, a Gothic chapel added to the north side of the nave.
She also served as director of Harvard's Project Liberty, an initiative designed to assist the emerging democracies in Central and Eastern Europe ; as a board member and acting director of Harvard's famed Institute of Politics ( IOP ).
She and supervised
She commissioned works such as terracotta busts of the kings and queens of England from Michael Rysbrack, and supervised a more naturalistic design of the royal gardens by William Kent and Charles Bridgeman.
She started with the removal of the male sex organs, the operation supervised by Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld.
She also supervised the development of the Cavendish Hotel at Baslow near Chatsworth and the Devonshire Arms Hotel at Bolton Abbey.
She was a protectress of monasteries and personally supervised the work on both Burgos and Toledo Cathedrals.
She was then placed in a two year term of supervised release ; during five of those months, she was placed in home confinement with electronic monitoring.
She also supervised the selection of appointees for cabinet and other leadership posts in the new government.
She supervised the setting-up of barricades as the Rising began and was in the middle of the fighting all around Stephen's Green, wounding a British army sniper.
She also translated large portions of the Sutta Piṭaka, or edited and supervised the translations of other PTS scholars.
She supervised his diet and making sure he had enough rest ; " without her constant attention and her joie de vivre, Keynes might not have made it to Bretton Woods.
She then supervised the scripts of the films The Champ ( 1979 ), The Frisco Kid ( 1979 ), The Hunter ( 1980 ), The Pursuit of D. B. Cooper ( 1981 ), Caveman ( 1981 ), Clue ( 1985 ), Marie ( 1985 ), and No Way Out ( 1987 ).
She and her brother, Albert, shared positions at her new school ; Mary supervised the girls while Albert oversaw the boys.
She re-entered the army in 1940 and a year later supervised the organization of the Canadian Women's Army Corps.
She called the police and her husband was taken into custody and charged with one count of assault, although he was later set free on supervised release.
She gained her first PhD from Harvard University in June 1968, with a dissertation on ' Asceticism and Sexuality in the Mythology of Siva ,' supervised by Daniel H. H. Ingalls, Sr .. She obtained her second, a D. Phil.
She worked first in algebraic number theory, with a doctorate at the University of Vienna supervised by Philipp Furtwängler.
She moved on to become deputy director of domestic-policy studies at the Heritage Foundation, where she supervised studies in the area of health care, welfare, education, and housing.
She received all her formal education in Riga, Latvia, where in 1977 she graduated summa cum laude from the University of Latvia and completed her graduate work in theoretical computer science ( supervised by Prof. Rusins-Martins Freivalds ) in 1990.