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She and supported
She was a loyal, affectionate wife, who supported her husband.
She first supported Michael Ancram, who was eliminated in the first round, and then Kenneth Clarke, who lost in the final round.
She suggests this explains the low numbers of black women who participated in the feminist movement in the 1970s, pointing to Louis Harris ' Virginia Slims poll done in 1972 for Philip Morris that she says showed 62 percent of black women supported " efforts to change women's status " and 67 percent " sympathized with the women's rights movement ", compared with 45 and 35 percent of white women ( also Steinem, 1972 ).
She supported the efforts of the National Trust to preserve not just the places of extraordinary beauty, but those heads of valley and low grazing lands that would be irreparably ruined by development.
She resumed life with her family, and they supported her fully, acknowledging her chosen path and demanding of her little in the way of household responsibilities, " I was never once asked to do an errand in town, some bit of shopping … so well did they understand.
She only half-heartedly supported a number of ineffective, poorly resourced military campaigns in the Netherlands, France and Ireland.
She supported Socialist Party candidate Eugene V. Debs in each of his campaigns for the presidency.
She had supported her husband in donating the Augustinian provostry at Nowogród Bobrzański ( Naumburg ) and the commandery of the Knights Templar at Oleśnica Mała ( Klein Oels ).
She was supported by, among others, Manasses of Hierges, who essentially governed for her as constable ; her son Amalric, whom she set up as Count of Jaffa ; Philip of Milly ; and the Ibelin family.
She supported artistic director James Kudelka against principal dancer Kimberley Glasco in a wrongful dismissal suit.
She attracted much favorable notice in Parma and was supported and encouraged by the art community there: " All Parma is talking of Miss Cassatt and her picture, and everyone is anxious to know her ".
She instilled in her son a deep love of poetry and literature, recited verse daily and supported him unceasingly in his efforts to write.
She moved to Manhattan and supported herself as a bartender, cocktail waitress, and coat checker.
She supported its goals by articles in her newspaper.
She worked in Off Broadway productions such as For Dear Life and Dancing on Checker's Grave, and supported herself with several part-time jobs, which included working as a telemarketer, waitress, and bike messenger.
She moved to Los Angeles, where she supported herself working in a shoe store, receiving $ 18 per week ( 2009: $).
She supported her second son, Albert, who succeeded to the throne as George VI, until his death in 1952.
She greatly distrusted her nephew, German Emperor Wilhelm II, and supported her son during World War I, in which Britain and its allies fought Germany.
She told one Nazi official, who later turned out to be working against Nazis from within, that she supported their re-armament, but she supported this policy because Germany was " surrounded by Catholics " in her opinion.
She also supported Tom Mooney, and Warren Billings, who had been framed for a bombing at the Preparedness Day Parade in San Francisco in 1916.
She also supported African Americans in their struggle for greater equality.
She likewise supported Huey Newton and the Black Panthers in the early 1970s, stating " Revolution is an act of love ; we are the children of revolution, born to be rebels.
She has repeatedly publicly supported candidates identified with her Socialist Left faction.

She and argument
She had the opportunity that few clever women can resist, of showing her superiority in argument over a man.
She could not resist the opportunity `` of showing her superiority in argument over a man '' which she had remarked as one of the `` feminine follies '' of Sara Sullam ; ;
She makes the argument that grouping all people of African descent together regardless of their unique ancestral circumstances would inevitably deny the lingering effects of slavery within the American community of slave descendents, in addition to denying black immigrants recognition of their own unique ancestral backgrounds.
" This translates to " He / She is not accessible through intellect, or through mere scholarship or cleverness at argument ; He / She is met, when He / She pleases, through devotion " ( GG, 436 ).
She ended her argument by accusing men of being self-centered, saying, “ man is so selfish that he has got women ’ s rights and his own too, and yet he won ’ t give women their rights.
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 has an argument with Nelly, which then spreads to Edgar who tries to leave.
She suggests that the line, " He calls his Kate and she must come and kiss him " references The Shrew, as A Shrew contains no kissing scenes, which supports her argument for a date of composition in late 1591 / early 1592.
[...] She amasses all the data and then leaps from it to conclusions without any intervening argument.
She makes the argument that the difference in speech " reinforces the thematic division between the women's identification with the social group and Richard's individualism ".
She concludes with the argument that all low-wage workers, recipients of government or charitable services like welfare, food, and health care, are not simply living off the generosity of others.
She revised discourse to be modeled on conversation rather than public speaking, favoring that as a means of rhetoric, the speaker in the salon built on the ideas of the speaker before them, opting for consensus rather than argument.
She became infamous for an appearance on an Austrian evening talk show called Club 2, on 9 August 1979, on the topic of youth culture, when she demonstrated ( while clothed, but explicitly ) various female masturbation positions and became embroiled in a heated argument with another panelist.
She also believes that she was the subject of the argument between James and his father, for Charles had asked James to marry her but James refused.
She was considered a nag, and had a habit of retiring in bad temper to a cloister after an argument, cutting off all contact with the outside world until suddenly making a reappearance at court as if her absence had never occurred.
She was not always capable of making a straightforward, linear argument.
She argued that T-cells and the immune response they orchestrate occurs not because of a neonatal definition of " self ", as in the previous model, nor because of ancient definitions of pathogens, as in Janeway's argument, but due to a dynamic and constantly-updated response to danger as defined by cellular damage.
She has made several series for BBC Radio 4, including Bringing the House Down, Elevations and Revelations, Pride of Place, an argument against modern architecture, Hidden Treasures and Listed, illuminating efforts of the Twentieth Century Society to save notable post-WWII buildings.
The benefactive case ( abbreviated, or sometimes when it is a core argument ) is a grammatical case used where English would use " for ", " for the benefit of ", or " intended for ", e. g. " She opened the door for Tom " or " This book is for Bob ". The benefactive case expresses that the referent of the noun it marks receives the benefit of the situation expressed by the clause.
She expanded her argument into a " Brief Analysis " published the following month by the National Center for Policy Analysis, in which she maintained that the U. S. was number one in the world in cancer care.
She makes a personal attack on the person she is having the discussion with or about, she state her own nonducumented conclusions she exaggerate the argument of her opponents to ridicule them, and she uses nonverbal effects to show the inferiority of her opponent.
She claims in her book that Amichai had an argument with a childhood friend, Ruth Hanover, which led to her cycling home angrily.

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