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She and witnessed
She coordinated this as a result of her many trips abroad where she witnessed how literacy benefited children in poorer nations.
She surely witnessed an improved Oman since the last time she visited the country as the Sultanate was ranked the most improved nation in the past 40 years ( 1970-2010 ) by the UNDP just a few weeks prior to her visit.
She was gang-raped by six government soldiers, and witnessed seven executions before being sold to a Sudanese Arab.
She helped to popularise the practice of variolation ( an early type of immunisation ), which had been witnessed by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and Charles Maitland in Constantinople.
She was appalled by the conditions she witnessed first-hand in the Manchester workhouse: Pankhurst immediately began to change these conditions, and established herself as a successful voice of reform on the Board of Guardians.
She witnessed the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement, and " saw roving Nazi gangs randomly beating Jewish men and women in the streets " of Vienna.
She witnessed the tumultuous celebrations on the Rue de Rivoli when the Armistice was signed, and she cared for war refugees ; seeing them displaced and in a state of shock, she wrote, " helped me understand the plight of refugees in Miami sixty years later ".
She got the idea from her father, who had witnessed hangings when he lived in the West and was unnerved by the creaking sound of the rope bearing the weight of the hanging body.
She witnessed her mother's emotional unraveling that caused her to be institutionalized, and even long after her mother returned to live with her, she exhibited bizarre, childlike behaviors.
She worked as a market researcher in Watts and witnessed the riots in the summer of 1965.
She returned to France, became a nurse and witnessed the country fall to the Germans.
As the Victorian scholar Patrick Brantlinger notes in his introduction to She: " Little that Haggard witnessed matched the romantic depictions of ' the dark continent ' in boys ' adventure novels, in the press, and even in such bestselling explorers ' journals as David Livingstone's Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa ( 1857 ).
She attended Black Bolt's release from his isolation cell at the age of eighteen, and witnessed the first confrontation between Black Bolt and his insane brother Maximus the Mad.
She contracted and survived smallpox in 1720, and two years later her mother helped to popularise the practice of variolation ( an early type of immunisation against smallpox ), which had been witnessed by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and Charles Maitland in Constantinople.
She also learns a little bit more about Henchard, specifically, the details of how he sold his first wife become public knowledge when the furmity vendor who witnessed the sale makes the story public.
She said she witnessed Trinidad ordering a subordinate to collect a ransom payment for the kidnapped former mayor of Valledupar, ElĂ­as Ochoa, in 1998.
She stopped briefly in England, then visited her mother in France, and then travelled on to Iceland where she witnessed the eruption of Mount Hekla.
She witnessed his assassination the following year.
She was moved to take action by the poverty she witnessed during a trip to Puerto Rico in 1946.
She seemed somewhat taken with him as well, at least until she witnessed him brutally subduing Othar Tryggvassen ( though when the self-proclaimed hero tried to kill her after she helped him escape, she decided she owed Gil an apology ).
She considers herself responsible for the welfare of the Syndicate as a whole because she has witnessed ( and reversed ) their deaths and severe injuries on multiple occasions.
She does not wish for her son to know the horror she has witnessed.
She played the role of the warm-hearted aunt of a young deaf girl who witnessed a murder.
She tells the others Jack stayed behind to aid their escape, unaware Will witnessed their encounter.

She and inoculation
She came across the Turkish methods of inoculation, consenting to have her son inoculated by the Embassy surgeon Charles Maitland in the Turkish way.
She defied convention most memorably with her pioneering of a smallpox inoculation, a course of action unparalleled in medical advance up to that point.
She also was antimaterialist and did not believe in vivisections, inoculation, vaccines, or germ theory, instead subscribing to more spiritual healing methods.

She and being
She enjoyed great parties when she would sit up talking and dancing and drinking all night, but it always seemed to her that being alone, especially alone in her house, was the realest part of life.
She then described her experience as one in which she first had difficulty accepting for herself a state of being in which she relinquished control.
She would have been taking more than a fair risk of being seen and recognized during her travels.
She finally settled in Fall River and, after being employed for a time by a Mrs. Reed, was hired by the Bordens.
She looked well-fed and prosperous, but he didn't get the impression he was being propositioned the way he'd been hoping.
She was at the moment just a small, walking package, being delivered to her aunt's and uncle's house.
She was another human being and happened to be a hustler.
She also eliminated or removed anyone who she considered was a potential threat to her position and the future of her son, one of her victims being Lucius ' second paternal aunt and Messalina's mother Domitia Lepida the Younger.
She was only the third Roman woman ( Livia Drusilla and Antonia Minor received this title ) and only the second living Roman woman ( the first being Antonia ) to receive this title.
She was not empowered to inflict punishment, and when she complained about their behaviour received no support, but was criticised for not being capable.
" She disguises herself in virginal white robes and a veil ( much like Philia's ) to try to catch Senex being unfaithful.
She had her own intellectual ambitions as a young woman, but they were blocked by social restrictions, because of her poverty, her being a woman and wife, and her Jewish ethnicity.
She proceeded to do, her first version being into verse.
She sees sectors of education such as courses for business executives as being " more lucrative than traditional markets ".
She admitted to being a recovering alcoholic and drug addict, but claimed that she had been sober for more than ten years by that point, and was not using any drugs, with the exception of prescribed painkillers due to discomfort and pain from the recent extraction of her wisdom teeth.
She chose that name after being told by producer Lee Shubert to drop her real name and claims she was inspired by two cosmetics bottles in her dressing room, one labeled Evening in Paris and the other by Elizabeth Arden.
She recalls " being here and then not here " and having no identity of herself ; it should be noted that it is claimed she also suffered from what was formerly called " Multiple Personality Disorder ".
She is described as being very sickly and pale, thanks to dieting, her pill addiction, and the stomach pumping operation she underwent earlier in the story.
She was known for a time as Koreani after being brainwashed by her father, but her memory was later restored.
She is, however, portrayed as being very hypocritical ; in The Invisible Man ( series 1 ), she has no issues with violating peoples ' privacy when she runs a story using a hidden camera to catch shoplifters in a store change room, but is outraged when a rival network violates her own privacy in the same way when broadcasting a similar story.
She was eventually tried for treason and sentenced to death, being beheaded in February 1587.
She regarded most attempts to make historical studies more female-inclusive as being artificial in nature, and an impediment to progress.
She appears to have been particularly associated with being ' between ' and hence is frequently characterized as a " liminal " goddess.
She was being treated by the famed Swiss doctor Auguste Rollier in 1940, when the Nazi armies rapidly conquered Europe.

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