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She gained entrance to Marat's house on the pretense of presenting him a list of people who should be executed as enemies of France.
She gained wider recognition for her music in the 1986 BBC series The Celts.
She is compared with Penthesilea, mythical queen of the Amazons, by the Greek historian Nicetas Choniates ; he adds that she gained the epithet chrysopous ( golden-foot ) from the cloth of gold that decorated and fringed her robe.
She gained prominence when she overcame the dismissive attitude of veteran commanders and lifted the siege in only nine days.
She returned the following January and gained support from two men of standing: Jean de Metz and Bertrand de Poulengy.
She gained German citizenship in 2011 and now holds dual citizenship with Germany and the U. S.
She first gained a part in Pitts ' 1945 road tour of Ramshackle Inn, moving to New York City.
She gained recognition for co-writing the song " Money for Nothing " for Darin Zanyar, his debut single.
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 finds him alive in Tunis, and makes herself known to him, who, having by his counsel gained high place in the king's favour, marries her, and returns with her wealthy to Lipari.
She gained critical acclaim for her performances in the independent films She's the One ( 1996 ), Office Space ( 1999 ), The Good Girl ( 2002 ) and Friends with Money ( 2006 ).
She made her film debut in 1992's Leprechaun, which was negatively reviewed by critics, but was commercially successful and gained a cult following.
She gained critical acclaim for her performances in The Object of My Affection ( 1998 ), a comedy-drama about a woman who falls for a gay man ( played by Paul Rudd ), and in the low-budget 2002 film The Good Girl, playing an unglamorous cashier in a small town.
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 gained recognition for her portrayal of aloof and mysterious beauties in films such as Repulsion ( 1965 ) and Belle de jour ( 1967 ).
She was cheered in public and gained plaudits for her " winning familiarity " and easy, open nature.
She gained more significant exposure in Jacques Doillon's critically acclaimed Family Life, which cast her as the volatile teenage step-daughter of Sami Frey's central character.
She gained international repute as editor of the international pacifist journal Die Waffen nieder !, named after her book, from 1892 to 1899.
She fought for 12 years and gained high merit, but she refused any reward and retired to her hometown instead.
She was flamboyant in her lyrics ; the publicity she gained was often tainted by her portrayal as an obstructionist and a saboteur.
She was misinterpreted by many as claiming the doctrine as a direct origin of the phrase and the connection gained currency in 1982, when the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights issued a report on wife abuse, titled " Under the Rule of Thumb.
She gained a reputation as a militant and violent campaigner.
She commenced a lengthy period of physical therapy and, aided by her personal assistant, Kathryn Sermak, gained partial recovery from the paralysis.
She also gained the autograph of American athlete Jesse Owens ; it became her most treasured possession.

She and weight
She died within fifteen minutes under a weight of at least 700 pounds ( 320 kg ).
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She also went on a diet and started jogging to lose weight before the tour as well.
She refused, and as the slave ran away, the overseer threw a two-pound weight at him.
She is constantly trying new fad diets and weight loss schemes.
She wanted to lose weight and stay in shape.
She is awakened as a Senshi by the white cat Artemis when she is thirteen years old and instructed that she has a duty to become the beautiful warrior, Sailor V. Artemis explains that Venus and Earth are " twin planets " of about the same size and weight, that Venus is her " mother star ", and that she must protect Earth from its enemies.
She regularly took steam baths to prevent weight gain ; by 1894 she had wasted away to near emaciation, reaching her lowest point of 95. 7 lbs ( 43. 5 kg ).
She complained to friends of gaining weight and becoming matronly.
She used the services of ' body sculptor to the stars ' Sylvia of Hollywood to keep herself at a steady weight.
She also resented the comments he made about her weight three or four years after filming.
She died within fifteen minutes under a weight of at least 700 pounds ( 320 kg ).
She was later treated and the doctors were able to help her get back to a healthy weight.
She even sang songs that acknowledged her weight, such as " Nobody Loves a Fat Girl, But Oh How a Fat Girl Can Love ".
She got the idea from her father, who had witnessed hangings when he lived in the West and was unnerved by the creaking sound of the rope bearing the weight of the hanging body.
She initially resisted being appointed to the position, preferring an economic portfolio, but, after accepting it, threw her weight into the job.
She lost weight, her mood was low and she was described afterwards as unkempt and " strange ".
She underwent a weight-loss surgery called " adjustable gastric band " in January 2002 after what she calls " a lifelong battle " with her weight.
She was often mocked for her weight by Howard Stern and comedians Julie Brown, and Chris Farley.
She became a physical witness of the plates, reporting that she felt them through a cloth, traced the pages through the cloth with her fingers, heard the metallic sound they made as she moved them, and felt their weight.
She died at the age of 32 from heart failure, caused by complications related to her illness which caused her to believe mistakenly that she needed to lose weight.
She recorded it after a two-week intermission in her therapy with psychotherapist Steven Levenkron in New York City for her anorexia, during which she had lost a considerable amount of weight.
She was admitted to Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and hooked up to an intravenous drip, which was the cause of her much debated 30-pound weight gain in eight weeks.
She had gained 30 pounds over a two-month stay in New York, and the sudden weight gain ( much of which was the result of intravenous feeding ) further strained her heart, which was already weak from years of crash dieting.

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