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The Joplins felt that Janis always needed more attention than their other children, with her mother stating, " She was unhappy and unsatisfied without a lot of attention.
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( En Morn, 1947, for instance, has a print of a blonde young girl included, prefiguring the early work of Eduardo Paolozzi, whilst many works seem to have directly influenced Robert Rauschenberg, who said after seeing an exhibition of Schwitters ' work at the Sidney Janis Gallery, 1959, that " I felt like he made it all just for me.
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The concern they felt for me was such as I shall never forget and for which I will always be grateful.
-- In France he had puzzled the meaning of the great stone monuments men had thrown up to the sky, and always as he wandered, he felt a stranger to their exultation.
I always felt the memory was present in both of them, stirring in their chests like a laugh or a growl, as eager as an animal to be out.
In a general way, psychiatrists were able to establish on a wide basis what many of them had always felt -- that the most telling cues in psychotherapy are acoustic, that such things as stress and nagging are transmitted by sound alone and not necessarily by words.
To his Harvard colleague, Josiah Royce, whose philosophic position differed radically from his own, James could write, `` Different as our minds are, yours has nourished mine, as no other social influence ever has, and in converse with you I have always felt that my life was being lived importantly ''.
He felt that he could not always rely on the local populace in providing a loyal army ; and therefore bought a massive standing army consisting mainly of Berbers from North Africa as well as slaves from other areas.
Superpowers, such as the European great powers, had always felt no compunction in intervening in civil wars that affected their interests, while distant regional powers such as the United States could declare the interventionist Monroe Doctrine of 1821 for events in its Central American " backyard ".
He noted, ' Captains ... to be successful must possess, in a marked degree, initiative, resource, determination, and no fear of accepting responsibility ', and particularly regarding wartime conditions '... as a rule instructions will be of a very general character so as to avoid interfering with the judgement and initiative of captains ... The admiral will rely on captains to use all the information at their disposal to grasp the situation quickly and anticipate his wishes, using their own discretion as to how to act in unforeseen circumstances ..' The approach outlined by Beatty contradicted the views of many within the navy, who felt that ships should always be closely controlled by their commanding admiral, and harked back to reforms attempted by Admiral George Tryon.
While they had not always been close, and Allen's marriage had often been strained, Allen felt these losses deeply.
However she always claimed this film was a sub-set of " Triumph of the Will " added to mollify the German army which felt it was not represented well in the 1934 filming of " Triumph of the Will ".
Wellington Mara always felt this was the Giants oldest and truest rival and after passing away in 2005 the Giants honored their longtime owner by defeating the Redskins 36 – 0 at home.
) Williams always felt that had he had more speed, he could have raised his average considerably and helped him hit. 400 in at least one more season.
In free-fall, no force is measured simply because the force due to gravity is ( still ) never felt, and the floor ( or the scale ) now fails to exert the mechanical force that is what is always observed as " weight.
Accepting an award at the 2005 Q Awards, Ono mentioned that Lennon had once felt insecure about his songwriting, and asked her why other musicians " always cover Paul's songs, and never mine ".
In an interview with Village Voice in 1971, he said that he had " always felt alienated, estranged from my own father.
In Great Britain, Rococo was always thought of as the " French taste " and was never widely adopted as an architectural style, although its influence was strongly felt in such areas as silverwork, porcelain, and silks, and Thomas Chippendale transformed British furniture design through his adaptation and refinement of the style.
In Family Outing, Bono wrote that, " as a child, I always felt there was something different about me.
Despite smoking in some of his films, Eastwood is a lifelong non-smoker, has been conscious of his health and fitness since he was a teenager, and as a Vegan practices healthy eating and daily Transcendental Meditation. While promoting his film, Hereafter, Eastwood spoke about his views on religion and meditation by saying " I was always respectful of people who were deeply religious because I always felt that if they gave themselves to it, then it had to be important to them.
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IEEE Executive Director Daniel J. Senese stated that approval voting was abandoned because " few of our members were using it and it was felt that it was no longer needed.
Reeder felt another medal was needed to be a ground equivalent of the Air Medal, and proposed that the new award be called the " Ground Medal ".
His fellow Pythons noted he felt he needed a drink or two to " face the world " and at times would forget in the afternoon material that had been written the same day.
Benzodiazepines tend to exert their hypnotic effects at high dosage compared to the more moderate dosage needed for anxiolytic effects to be felt.
Of Alexander, Alan Brooke felt that he needed an able chief of staff " to think for him ", while Montgomery ( Alexander's subordinate in Africa and Italy ) claimed to think of Alexander as " incompetent " and success was only attained in Tunisia only because Montgomery lent Brian Horrocks to organise the coup de grace.
Pei felt that his design for the Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong | Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong needed to reflect " the aspirations of the Chinese people ".
The Army felt that the Bantam company was too small to supply the number of vehicles it needed, so it supplied the Bantam design to Willys and Ford who were encouraged to make their own changes and modifications.
After dealing with the rebellions of Magnentius and Sylvanus, Constantius felt he needed a permanent representative in Gaul.
Although stylistically their music had little in common, he clearly felt that he needed, and benefitted from, Webern ’ s acute perfectionism.
Sanger felt that in order for women to have a more equal footing in society and to lead healthier lives, they needed to be able to determine when to bear children.
In the earlier book, Heim personally, as a privateer waging an undeclared war on the Aleriona, forced a reluctant Earth into an all-out war — which Heim felt was needed since the Aleriona were ideologically committed to the universal conquest of everybody else ( apparently, in this context, the analogue of Communism — though the Aleriona do not resemble Communists in any particular detail ).
However, the German high command needed to produce an even greater number of helmets, leading to the usage of pressurized felt and even paper to construct Pickelhauben.
Code pleading was criticized because many lawyers felt that it was too difficult to fully research all the facts needed to bring a complaint before one had even initiated the action, and thus meritorious plaintiffs could not bring their complaints in time before the statute of limitations expired.
In an interview with BBC Newsbeat Robyn reflected on the decision to release a trilogy of albums in one year, " It was just something I felt like I needed to do.
But for those who felt compelled enough to stand up for the cause, radical action was needed, and so they took to the streets and formed consciousness-raising groups to rally support for the cause and recruit people who would be willing to fight for it.
A playwright and close friend of many leading literary figures, Talfourd felt that copyright law needed to be strengthened to provide adequate rewards for authors and artists.
He felt that those at the top of the Institute needed to be the source primarily of theories for evaluation and empirical testing, as well as people who would process the " facts " discovered ... including revising theories that were found to be false.
During a Senate debate in 1917, as Senator Joseph L. Bristow cataloged a long list of what he felt the country needed, Marshall leaned over to one of his clerks and said, " What this country needs is more of this ; what this country needs is more of that.
Valentinian felt that he needed help to govern the large and troublesome empire, and, on 28 March of the same year, appointed his brother Valens as co-emperor in the palace of Hebdomon.
Laurents felt that the building tension needed to be alleviated in order to increase the impact of the play's tragic outcome, so comic relief in the form of Officer Krupke was added to the second act.
While this style of riding may have felt more secure for the rider, it also impeded the freedom of the horse to use its body to the extent needed to clear large obstacles.
Like the divide that occurred within the black civil rights movement, the late 1960s and the 1970s brought a new generation of activists, many of whom felt that the gay rights movement needed to endorse a larger and more radical agenda to address other forms of oppression, the Vietnam War, and the sexual revolution.
In the months leading up to the opening of the 1940 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the GOP was deeply divided between the party's isolationists, who wanted to stay out of the war at all costs, and the party's interventionists, who felt that the United Kingdom and her allies needed to be given all aid short of war to prevent the Germans from conquering all of Europe.
He decried the latter endlessly but felt the teachers need to be close to those who needed to hear what he wanted to tell them.