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She and traveled
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 traveled widely during her four preaching tours.
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 the United States and Europe, and averaged 75 to 100 speeches per year.
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 even traveled to Cuba and performed in the Sauto Theater, in Matanzas, in 1887.
She estimated that she traveled over 100, 000 miles for the company.
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 in 12 weeks, giving 24 concerts.
She traveled to Cologne, Germany for a bout against Regina Halmich, in May 2000 which she lost.
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 Poland for her research, interviewing dissidents in Gdansk, Warsaw and Krakow.
She is also widely traveled in the manga, having visited Greece and China.
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.
She had traveled 10. 4 million km, as many as 252 times around the Earth.

She and Musashi
She was initially very cold towards Musashi, unable to accept that her junior on the team was actually older than she was and often referred to him as " Member Musashi " throughout most of the series.

She and modern
She compared the results with tape recordings of modern singers and was not unpleased although her own tapes had a peculiar quality about them, not at all unharmonious, merely unique.
She was one of the first women to explore fully the realm of erotic writing, and certainly the first prominent woman in the modern West to write erotica.
She later adapted her phenomenology to the modern school of Thomas Aquinas.
She conceptualized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL, one of the first modern programming languages.
She was both a popularizer of the insights of anthropology into modern American and Western culture and a respected, if controversial, academic anthropologist.
She was blunt in her comments, as reported by Sartain, who wrote: " she is entirely too slashing, snubs all modern art, disdains the Salon pictures of Cabanel, Bonnat, all the names we are used to revere ".
She died in 1966, and is widely regarded as a founder of the modern birth control movement.
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 conducts him to one of the " paid avoidance areas " in California, where people are paid to do without the full panoply of modern technology, as an alternative to spending billions to rebuild infrastructure after the earthquake.
She introduced color to the editorial pages ( several years before The New York Times ) and photography, with less type on each page and a generally more modern layout.
She represented the modern England of the Sixties – just as Steed, with his vintage style and mannerisms, personified Edwardian era nostalgia.
She studied modern European languages and was the first woman in Sweden to complete an academic degree when she finished a fil.
She described her actions during and after the Civil War, and used the sacrifices of countless women throughout modern history as evidence of women's equality to men.
At around this point there was a change in the style of Lansky's music that made it sound slightly more modern, and 1997 heralded a one-hour computer opera titled Things She Carried, a musical portrait about an unnamed woman in a series of eight movements.
She also discovered that belemnite fossils contained fossilised ink sacs like those of modern cephalopods.
She also dissected modern animals including both fish and cuttlefish to gain a better understanding of the anatomy of some of the fossils with which she was working.
She is best known for her theory of the " Origin of the modern mind through conceptual closure.
She choreographed Deuce Coupe for them in 1973, using pop music and a blend of modern and ballet techniques.
She found the stone much more appealing in this new modern style.
She led an initiative for reforming modern opera in 1963 that resulted in the " eight model revolutionary operas " established at Peking Opera.
She first hit the modern rock charts in the mid-1990s.
She would then go on do earn a Doctorates in Sociology and Personality Psychology from Harvard in 1976, " writing about the relationship between Freudian thought and the modern French revolutionary movements.
She married the river god Hydaspes ( the modern Jhelum River ) and became mother of Deriades, king in India.
She was inspired by the scenery and on friendly terms with Laßberg, but neither he nor his friends appreciated modern literature and Droste's hopes that they might help her to publish her work came to nothing.
She presided over the ancient festivals of the dead, which evolved from Aztec traditions into the modern Day of the Dead after synthesis with Spanish cultural traditions.

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