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She traveled the United States and Europe, and averaged 75 to 100 speeches per year.
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She was the first Roman woman of the Roman Empire to have traveled with her husband to Roman military campaigns ; to support and live with the Roman Legions.
She extracted an expensive shopping spree from him and the three traveled together after the shooting.
She traveled many times to Africa to photograph the Nuba tribes in Sudan, with whom she sporadically lived, learning about their culture so she could photograph them more easily.
She was devastated when he left her, and she remained his loving friend ever after, keeping his photograph by her bedside wherever she traveled, including beside her hospital deathbed.
" She traveled to Chicago to try her luck but lost some of her early paintings in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
She traveled to Washington, D. C. in June 2009 to unveil a statue of her late husband in the Capitol Rotunda.
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 traveled in Germany and Italy before purchasing the Château of Arenenberg in the Swiss canton of Thurgau in 1817.
She then traveled to Beijing where she reunited with Yu Qiwei who had just been released following his prison sentence, and the two began living together again.
She traveled to Mexico next, after the invitation by the producers to try out there, and became a superstar in that country as well, working in many top soap operas, including Camila and the national super hit Amigas y Rivales.
She traveled to Musashi ( modern day Hino city in Tokyo ,) where the Hino family still lived and she died despondently.
She ran away from home at an early age, and was presumed dead by her family who only recently discovered that she had traveled to the United States.
She and several friends, including Ellen Gates Starr, traveled in Europe from December 1887 through the summer of 1888.
She traveled with Kim Jong Il on a secretive trip to China in January 2006, where she was received by Chinese officials as Kim's wife.
She traveled around the country and the world, both with the Vice President on official trips and by herself.
She traveled widely with minstrel and circus shows in the 1910s, and made her first phonograph recordings in New York of blues songs in 1922 – although Miles did not like to be referred to as a ' blues singer ', since she sang a wide repertory of music.
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She also founded The Doris Day Animal League, which merged into The Humane Society of the United States in 2006.
She then continued her career in the United States, as did Maurice Tourneur and Léonce Perret after World War I.
She had three children: Susan Saunders, Victoria Riskin, and Robert Riskin, Jr. She became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1933.
She decided to stay in Geneva alone, living first on the lake at Plongeon ( near the present United Nations buildings ) and then at the Rue de Chanoines ( now the Rue de la Pelisserie ) with François and Juliet d ’ Albert Durade on the second floor (" one feels in a downy nest high up in a good old tree ").
She now serves as a Special Envoy on Climate Change for the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
She has been named one of the " Best Doctors in the United States " and was chosen by Time as a " Hero of Medicine.
She is known for her appearance in the film Emily and subsequent relationship with Prince Andrew, son of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, before his marriage to Sarah, Duchess of York.
She campaigned during her husband's unsuccessful 1978 run for the United States Congress and later his successful Texas gubernatorial campaign.
She represented the United States during her foreign trips, which tended to focus on HIV / AIDS and malaria awareness.
" She used her position to gain international support for the foundation through the Partnership for Breast Cancer Awareness and Research of the Americas, an initiative that unites experts from the United States, Brazil, Costa Rica and Mexico.
She resigned the presidency two months ahead of the end of her term of office to take up her post in the United Nations.
She became quite involved with the Foster Grandparents Program, helping to popularize it in the United States, then in Australia.
She attained fame as the first African-American woman appointed as a United States Federal judge, the first African-American woman elected to the New York State Senate and the first woman to serve as Manhattan borough president.
She went on to remark that she had encountered pagans in jobs that ranged from " fireman to Ph. D. chemist " but that the one thing that she thought made them into an " elite " was as avid readers, something that she found to be very common within the pagan community despite the fact that avid readers constituted less than 20 % of the general population of the United States at the time.
She performed on the children's show All That in 1997, singing " Show Me Love ," proving her growing popularity in the United States.
" She visits Las Vegas up to three times each month to participate in poker games with the top players of the United States.