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She led the crowd singing " Over the Rainbow " and " People Have the Power " at the campaign's rallies, and also performed at several of Nader's subsequent " Democracy Rising " events.
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She conceptualized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL, one of the first modern programming languages.
She influenced the first generation of Improv at The Compass Players in Chicago, which led to The Second City.
She has faced death numerous times in the history of the series, the first being when, in her guise as Marvel Girl, she died and was " reborn " as Phoenix, which in time led to her second-though not last-death in the classic " Dark Phoenix Saga ".
She became devoted to her husband, but he was often on campaign, which led to Mary's family supposing him to be cold and neglectful.
She led a delegation of ministers and senior officials at the 2nd Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation between the PRC and Singapore.
" And American University's Gray records, “ She also published in Annales de chimie et de physique an examination of principles which led to the discovery of the laws of equilibrium and movement of elastic solids.
She suffered from anxiety after the deaths of several close relatives, including her father two years before, which may have led to marital problems.
She led in the advance voting, but she eventually received fewer votes on the actual voting day than Mr. Niinistö did.
An African giraffe being led into a Ming Dynasty zoo, a Chinese painting by She Du, 1414 AD, during the reign of the Yongle Emperor.
She traveled to the Eastern Shore and led them north into the Canadian city of St. Catharines, Ontario, where a community of former slaves ( including Tubman's brothers, other relatives, and many friends ) had gathered.
She led the country into the two major European conflicts of her time: the War of Austrian Succession ( 1740 – 8 ) and the Seven Years ' War ( 1756 – 63 ).
She was one of the principal figures in the series of dynastic civil wars known as the Wars of the Roses and at times personally led the Lancastrian faction.
She waits twenty years for the final return of her husband, during which she has a hard time snubbing marriage proposals from 108 odious suitors ( led by Antinous and including Agelaus, Amphinomus, Ctessippus, Demoptolemus, Elatus, Euryades, Eurymachus and Peisandros ).
She led the ALP to a record win at the 2005 election, before resigning as Chief Minister on 26 November 2007.
She also led the critique of the use of aggregate production functions based on homogeneous capital – the Cambridge capital controversy – winning the argument but not the battle.
She was engaged in an intimate friendship with actress Marie Dorval, which led to widespread but unconfirmed rumors of a lesbian affair.
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She began to watch a blonde-haired man, also in shorts, standing right at the rear of the wrecked car in the one spot that most of the crowd had detoured slightly.
She got her first taste of singing solo at a fire hall, where she soaked up the crowd ’ s appreciation.
She knew that her rival, the duc d ' Orléans, who had given money and bread to the people during the winter, would be popularly acclaimed by the crowd much to her detriment.
She and her husband were booed by a crowd of two to three thousand people brandishing sticks and black flags.
With the aid of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt, Anderson performed a critically acclaimed open-air concert on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C. She sang before a crowd of more than 75, 000 people and a radio audience in the millions.
She was quoted as saying, " The situation in Tibet is a challenge to the conscience of the world ", while addressing a crowd of thousands of Tibetans in Dharamsala, India.
She often shopped at the Budapest fashion house, Antal Alter ( now Alter és Kiss ), which had become very popular with the fashion-crazed crowd.
She passed a hat along the crowd afterward, and collected $ 235 in what would be her first career earnings.
She was found singing on top of boxes to an enthusiastic crowd of shoppers laughing and clapping until her mother took her.
She also makes it clear that while she fell in love with her husband from the time she met him, she had never taken to the theatre crowd.
She was a storyteller, who would liven her rhetoric with real and folk-tale characters, punctuate with participation from audience members, flavor it with passion, and include humor-ridden methods to rile up the crowd such as profanity, name-calling, and wit.
She was publicly stoned to death by the astonished crowd, and according to the legend, removed from the Vatican archives.
She set an attendance record with a sold-out crowd of 18, 644, beating out Celine Dion who previously gathered a 17, 725 crowd.
She held ornate and elaborate parties for herself and other members of the elite New York socialite crowd.
She comes ashore naked at the Statue of Liberty Liberty Island where she is arrested for indecent exposure much to the disappointment of the crowd.
She ran onto the ground with an apron on, which she lifted to reveal her vulva to the players and crowd.
She is torn to pieces by the crowd that gathers to honor St. Clare when they realize she is responsible for Agnes's supposed death.
She was on the cover of three consecutive issues of Pure Pure or Pure², a magazine aimed at the under-fifteen crowd ( Issues 17 to 19, her photos were along with those of many other like-aged idols ).
She would slowly descend a long staircase that led into the middle of the crowd, fixing a haughty gaze on individuals in her audience.
She called a deputation representing the unemployed " an illogical crowd " when they said they wanted work but criticised having to work for charitable aid.
She again performed the song at the Spectrum in front of a capacity crowd of 17, 007 fans before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals on May 19, 1974 against the Boston Bruins.