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She resigned in 1955 to return to college.
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She apologized to Congressional committees in 1996 for spending which exceeded limits on the funds appropriated to the agency for travel, and resigned in January 1997.
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She resigned effective September 30, citing " dysfunctional ” governance and “ shoddy and opaque ” business practices that had plunged the organization into a financial crisis.
She served on the party's national executive in 1975, but resigned when a proposal that the INLA become subordinate to the party executive was defeated.
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She furthered her study of the piano and violin, taking the place of the music teacher at White's when the woman resigned.
She resigned from NASA in 1993 to form a company researching the application of technology to daily life.
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She was the subject of a portrait by Adam Buck, and a caricature by Isaac Cruikshank ; ten days after the latter's publication, the Duke resigned from his post as Commander of the British Army.
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She played bit parts in three English-language films, the British comedy Doctor at Sea ( 1955 ) with Dirk Bogarde, Helen of Troy ( 1954 ), in which she was understudy for the title role but appears only as Helen's handmaid, and Act of Love ( 1954 ) with Kirk Douglas.
She also starred in the successful musicals Lili ( 1953 ), with Mel Ferrer ; Daddy Long Legs ( 1955 ), with Fred Astaire, and Gigi ( 1958 ) with Louis Jourdan and Maurice Chevalier.
She spent her last years in a close personal and professional collaboration with anthropologist Rhoda Metraux, with whom she lived from 1955 until her death in 1978. Letters between the two published in 2006 with the permission of Mead's daughter clearly express a romantic relationship.
She writes that only three fragmentary manuscripts are known to have survived into the modern period, two 3rd-century fragments ( P. Rylands 463 and P. Oxyrhynchus 3525 ) published in 1938 and 1983, and a longer 5th-century Coptic translation ( Berolinensis Gnosticus 8052, 1 ) published in 1955.
She returned to Mexico in 1955, and filmed successful films like La Escondida ( 1955 ) with Pedro Armendariz, Tizoc ( 1956 ) with Pedro Infante and The Soldiers of Pancho Villa ( 1959 ) with Dolores del Rio.
She is portrayed by Claire Bloom in Laurence Olivier's 1955 film adaptation of the play, Kristin Scott Thomas in Ian McKellen's 1995 adaptation of the play and by Winona Ryder in the 1996 movie Looking for Richard.
She made her Hollywood debut in Howard Hawks's Land of the Pharaohs ( 1955 ) and appeared in Island in the Sun ( 1957 ).
She has one elder brother, Rick ( born 1955 ), and two younger sisters, Dedee Pfeiffer, a television and film actress, and Lori Pfeiffer ( born 1965 ).
She sank in Portland harbour in 1955 as a result of an accidental torpedo explosion, was subsequently raised and then sunk as a target in 1957.
She completed the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery ( MBBS ) in 1956 at the University of Sydney, residing at The Women's College from 1950 to 1955.
She retired from athletics in 1955, after which she became captain of the Dutch female track and field team.
She publishing the Reef Point Gardens Bulletin ( 1946 – 1955 ) in which she reported on the progress of the gardens and center.
She also published two books of short stories: A Good Man Is Hard to Find ( 1955 ) and Everything That Rises Must Converge ( published posthumously in 1965 ).
She was returning from school on March 2, 1955 when she got on a Capital Heights bus downtown ( at the same place Parks boarded another bus nine months later ).
She was born Zelma Kathryn Elisabeth Hedrick in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the daughter of Charles E. Hedrick and Lillian Grayson Hedrick ( 1897 – 1955 ).
She met with her first family in 1951, and by 1955 was working with Illinois Psychiatric Institute, encouraging other therapists to focus on families instead of individual patients.
She and her family moved to Belleville, New Jersey, where she graduated Salutatorian from Belleville High School Class of 1955.
She returned to theatre ( between films ) more often in the 1950s and 1960s, playing in London and on tour in such roles as Edith Fenton in The Hat Trick ( 1950 ); Felicity, Countess of Marshwood, in Relative Values ( 1951 and 1953 ); Grace Smith in A Question of Fact ( 1953 ); Lady Yarmouth in The Night of the Ball ( 1954 ); Mrs. St. Maugham in The Chalk Garden ( 1955 – 56 ), Dame Mildred in The Bright One ( 1958 ); Mrs. Vincent in Look on Tempests ( 1960 ); Mrs. Gantry ( Bobby ) in The Bird of Time ( 1961 ); Mrs. Moore in A Passage to India ( 1962 ); Mrs Tabret in The Sacred Flame ( 1966 and 1967 ); Prue Salter in Let's All Go Down the Strand ( 1967 ); Emma Littlewood in Out of the Question ( 1968 ); Lydia in His, Hers and Theirs ( 1969 ); and others.
She entered RADA, with a scholarship, in September 1955, the same year as Dame Diana Rigg and Glenda Jackson.