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She took postgraduate work at the University of Grenoble in France and then returned to London to work on market research with an advertising firm.
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She and took
She softly let herself into the bed, and took her regular side, away from the door, where she slept better because Keith was between her and the invader.
She remarked that she found the night wind a little chilly, and Mr. Podger took her inside the fringe.
She took a good look at herself in the mirror before she turned and, walking with very small steps, started toward the door.
She took refuge on a tongue of land extending into a gully, crouched at the base of a thorn tree, and waited for them to come up.
She took Glendora to the smokehouse, unlocked it and saw with satisfaction there was still a quantity of hams and sides of bacon, hanging from the smoke-stained rafters.
She put the violin away and took out some linen, needles and yarn to while away the long, idle days in Budapest.
She was never considered legitimate and, when the king was dying, no one took her as a serious contender for the crown.
She married Basil of Trebizond and took over the throne of the Empire of Trebizond from 1340 to 1341.
She has been repaying the debt from her housekeeping budget, and also from some work she got copying papers by hand, which she did secretly in her room, and took pride in her ability to earn money " as if she were a man.
She, with the consent of her husband, soon took the veil in the Benedictine nunnery of Jully-les-Nonnains.
She also took job opportunities working briefly at dance halls in Japan and Taiwan, and wrote two missives under the name " Courtney Michelle " in punk-zine Maximumrocknroll on local bands Poison Idea and Rancid Vat.
She intermittently took classes at Portland State University studying English, as well as San Francisco State University and the San Francisco Art Institute, where she took a film class taught by George Kuchar and starred in one of his short films.
According to lexicographer William Smith, " She was accused of too much familiarity with Orestes, prefect of Alexandria, and the charge spread among the clergy, who took up the notion that she interrupted the friendship of Orestes with their archbishop, Cyril.
She was one of the activists who took over Berkeley park in the People's Park demonstration, summer 1972.
She has given live performances on various television shows, events and ceremonies ( her most recent appearance was in Gaoth Dobhair in the summer of 2005, which coincided with a tribute event to the Brennan family that took place in Letterkenny ), but she has yet to do a concert.
She and postgraduate
She went on to do postgraduate study in environmental psychology at the University of Surrey, achieving an MSc degree in 1974.
She has often been identified as a feminist, with several of her works addressing the role and image of woman in society, especially in her postgraduate days and alongside her colleague and friend Elaine Shemilt.
She has finished undergraduate studies of history at the University of Ljubljana, where she studied also archaeology ( absolved 4 years ), but left it out when she became engaged in the literary field ( 1995 ) and postgraduate history studies.
She obtained BA from history at the University of Ljubljana ( 1997 ), and took the position of a postgraduate young researcher at the Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis ( abr.
She completed her postgraduate work at the Art Students League in New York, where she won many first place awards in illustration classes under the instruction of Walter Appleton Clark.
She was educated at Wycombe Abbey and obtained a degree in economics from Girton College, Cambridge, and a postgraduate qualification in economics from the University of East Anglia, prior to joining the Conservative Research Department.
She finished her education at the University of Strathclyde where she received a postgraduate diploma in secretarial studies in 1972.
She later gained a postgraduate MA in Industrial Relations from the University of Warwick, and an MBA from INSEAD.
She graduated from the University of Leicester with a BSc in Astronomy and Physics and did research at the Department of Astrophysics at the University of Oxford, whilst a postgraduate student at Linacre College, Oxford.
She was the first American woman to be awarded a postgraduate degree with first-class honors by St. Hilda's.
She began working in restaurants immediately, first in Boston, Massachusetts, and then in New York City, taking off time only for a postgraduate apprenticeship with Master Chef Maurice Cazalis of the Henri IV Restaurant in Chartres, France, in 1979.
She also served postgraduate internships at the Department of Labor of the United States, Cornell University in New York and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
She received a law degree from the University of Vienna in 1977 and a postgraduate Certificate of Advanced European Studies ( equivalent to a master's degree ) from the College of Europe in Bruges, where she studied 1979 – 1980 ( Salvador de Madariaga promotion ).
She was educated at Oxford High School GDST, as an undergraduate at the University of Warwick and as a postgraduate at the University of Birmingham.
She then studied at both Harvard Medical School and Boston University before pursuing her postgraduate cardiac research at Johns Hopkins University.
She was also the recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship and began her postgraduate study in 1995 at Lincoln College, Oxford.
She continued postgraduate work at Columbia from 1910 to 1914, then enrolled in medical school at Cornell.
She was granted a Fulbright Scholarship and her husband a scholarship from the Ford Foundation to conduct postgraduate study in the USA.