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She pushed wartorn and poverty-stricken nations into prosperity, but she failed to lead them into unity and world peace.
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She and pushed
She would not stop to read them in American Express, as many were doing, sitting on benches or leaning against the walls, but pushed her way out into the street.
She has been credited with helping Harding achieve more than he might have alone ; some have speculated that she later pushed him all the way to the White House.
She had her own circle of clients and pushed many protégés into political offices, including the grandfathers of the later emperors Galba and Otho.
She served as governor of the state until 2000, stepping down when she became pregnant, denying rumors that she was pushed aside by Chávez.
She pushed " for the right of woman to the control of her own person as a moral, intelligent, accountable being.
She focused on blue collar women's issues with themes about philandering husbands and persistent mistresses, and pushed boundaries in the conservative genre of country music by singing about birth control (" The Pill "), repeated childbirth (" One's on the Way "), double standards for men and women (" Rated " X ""), and being widowed by the draft during the Vietnam War (" Dear Uncle Sam ").
She pushed the feminist movement to focus on economic issues, especially equality in employment and business and provision for child care and other means by which women and men could balance family and work.
She pushed and transformed teaching into women ’ s work rather than a profession that women could thrive in.
She understands that there are some boundaries that should not be pushed, some things that “ we may not do.
She pushed through a $ 2 billion 21st Century Jobs Fund to attract jobs to Michigan in the life sciences, alternative energy, advanced manufacturing, and homeland security sectors.
It is theorized that the She were pushed out of their land by the Hakka, which caused them to move into Zhejiang.
She is a very powerful witch, and is reckoned to be more powerful than the most well-known witch on the Discworld, Black Aliss ( real name: Aliss Demurrage ), who is responsible for any number of witcheries in fairy tales, such as putting a castle to sleep and getting pushed into her own oven by naughty kids.
She and poverty-stricken
She founded the Washington Research Project, a public interest law firm and also became interested in issues related to childhood development and poverty-stricken children.
She and nations
She received the prophecy that the twins were fighting in her womb and would continue to fight all their lives, even after they became two separate nations.
She coordinated this as a result of her many trips abroad where she witnessed how literacy benefited children in poorer nations.
She called also for the internment of all people of enemy race, men and women, young and old, found on these shores, and for a more complete and ruthless enforcement of the blockade of enemy and neutral nations.
She visited 53 nations, often bypassing luncheons and teas and instead visiting hospitals, orphanages, and even a leper colony in Panama.
She decided to continue what she called " personal diplomacy ", which meant traveling and visiting people in other states or other nations.
She describes herself as a " strong supporter of Israel " and regards the U. S. relationship with Israel as " critical to the national security interests of both nations ".
She is a long-standing supporter and member of the European Free Alliance ( EFA ), the pan-European grouping of Plaid Cymru's sister parties, which campaigns for independence for the historic nations of Europe and linguistic rights for minority languages.
She has previously hosted the morning BBC One show Living in the Sun, about British ex-pats living in Spain, made by Ricochet, and Wanted Down Under, which shows families who want to make the move Down Under ( Australia, occasionally New Zealand ) what it would be like to live and work in those Antipodean nations.
She claims that the Treaty of Lisbon is the ' gravedigger of the independence and identity of the European nations ' and the ' executioner of public utilities in the name of a cult of profitability and free competition – both mortal enemies of public interest '.
She and Owen were close friends, and she even helped him to found the Association of All Classes of All Nations, a group that espoused human rights for all people of all nations, sexes, races and classes.
She has, in total, ten albums to her name, and is popular throughout the Middle East, particularly among Arab nations of the Persian Gulf.
She invited the First Ladies of thirty various nations to the White House in Washington, D. C. for a conference entitled the " First Ladies Conference on Drug Abuse ".
She illustrates how Westerners tend to use the veil as a reason to colonize Islamic nations by correlating the veil with inferiority.
She may be treated coldly and degraded, but among them, except where the Christian element prevails to a large extent, she is not debased and polluted, as she is among the so-called Christian nations.
She gave lectures on the nations of Central and Eastern Europe as well as on the habits of the Siberian tribes.
She has also served on the Steering Committee of the Inter-Parliamentary Union ( IPU ) and was the Chair of the IPU's Latin American Group where she was elected unanimously by parliamentarians from the Latin American nations.
She soon after bestowed her hand and her possessions upon Henry Duke of Normandy, afterwards Henry II of England, and thus gave the English sovereigns that strong footing in France which was for so many centuries the cause of such long and bloody wars between the nations.