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The wife's attempt at control, these psychologists contend, is sometimes merely a pathetic effort to compel her husband to pay as much attention to her as he does to his job.
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Perhaps softened by his wife's death, John Allan agreed to support Poe's attempt to be discharged in order to receive an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.
In a vain attempt to reduce expenditure, Romanos limited his wife's expenses, which merely exacerbated the alienation between the two.
She left Iran in February and eventually went to her parents ' home in Cologne, Germany, where the Shah sent his wife's uncle, Senator Sardar Assad Bakhtiari in early March 1958, in a failed attempt to convince her to return to Iran.
* Charles Shurety who viciously beat his common-law wife's young daughter to death in London ; he was executed at Newgate Prison, London on 5 January 1880, after a failed attempt to stop the execution with a forged order from the Home Office.
Luzhkov also claimed that the Russian authorities were planning to break up his wife's business empire and that the couple would fight the attempt: " We will not give up.
He had first come to court in 1174 as son-in-law of Baldwin of Ibelin ; it is possible that his promotion by Agnes may have been an attempt to shift him away from his wife's family politically.
The rioters capture Gabriel Varden, with the help of his wife's maid Miggs, and attempt to have the locksmith help them break into Newgate to release prisoners.
# The Judgment of Caesar ( 2004 )— 48 BC: Gordianus travels to Egypt in an attempt to find a cure for his wife's illness, but gets wrapped up in a power struggle between Caesar and competing Egyptian factions.
Excepted for a botched attempt by his sympathizers at the articulation of a theater for guerrila warfare in the mountains of Caparaó, which was suppressed without a single fire being shot and raised suspicions about his mismanaging of funds offered him by Fidel Castro-Brizola spent the first ten-odd years of the Brazilian military dictatorship generally left on his own in Uruguay, where he managed his wife's landed property and kept aloof from various opposition movements in Brazil.
While Fearless, Andrea, Ray and David ( preparing for rehab ) investigate, Joel finds himself finally confronting his wife's suicide attempt and the death of their newborn daughter ; while Tom finds himself being coerced into snitching on Joel.
The number of forbidden degrees for marriage is increased, in har mony with older legislation, apparently with an eye to the case of a royal official who had married his deceased wife's sister ; this led to an attempt on the king's part to discipline the bishops, and to a firm pronouncement on their part at the first Synod of Lyons ( before 523 ), at which eleven of the members of the Synod of Epao were present.
In the televised version, Holmes was not called upon by Ferguson to investigate his wife's apparent attempt to kill her infant son, but by the town vicar to investigate the death of the baby, with the prime suspect being the newly-arrived Mr. John Stockton, a man who is rumored to be descended from a family of vampires.
In 1947, John Roosevelt changed his political affiliation to Republican, a gesture his mother interpreted as an attempt to win support from his wife's family, his father-in-law being a staunchly Republican Boston banker.
His wife's apparent suicide shames Aaron so much that he retires from acting and concentrates on trying to save his disintegrating relationship with his son ( although it is implied that this behavior is only an attempt to get money from Logan, to whom Lynn left all of her money ).
Taylor hits the streets of Los Angeles, digging through his wife's lies and lovers in an attempt to avenge her murder.
# In Touch-Starting from an attempt for cheaper fusion power using superconductivity, which was discovered by Onnes, with liquid gas provided by Louis-Paul Cailletet, who carried out experiments on a tower built by Gustave Eiffel, who also built the Statue of Liberty with its famous poem by the Jewish activist Emma Lazarus, helped by Oliphant, whose boss Elgin was the son of the man who stole the Elgin Marbles and sold them with the help of royal painter Thomas Lawrence, whose colleague Dr. Hunter had an assistant whose wife's lodger was Benjamin Franklin, who charted the Gulf Stream with a thermometer Fahrenheit borrowed from Ole Rømer, whose friend Picard surveyed Versailles and provided the water for the fountains and the royal gardens and all the trees that inspired Duhamel to write the book on gardening that was read by the architect William Chambers, who hired the Scottish stonemason Thomas Telford, whose idea for London Bridge was turned down by Thomas Young, whose light waves travel in ether, as do Hertz's electricity waves, with which Helmholtz prods a frog to disprove the vitalists, whose leader, Klages, analyzes handwriting so individual zip codes have to be capital letters to get your mail to a jungle village to keep you " In Touch ".
After his marriage, Favras went to Vienna to attempt the restitution of his wife's rights, and spent some time in Warsaw.
In the second film, we learn that his wife's death was actually a murder attempt on Martin himself, gone wrong.
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The Exodus Rabbah argues that when the Pharaoh instructed midwives to throw male children into the Nile, Amram divorced Jochebed, who was three months pregnant with Moses at the time, arguing that there was no justification for the Israelite men to father children if they were just to be killed ; however, the text goes on to state that Miriam, his daughter, chided him for his lack of care for his wife's feelings, persuading him to recant and marry Jochebed again.
A week after his death, his and his wife's families were joined by many mourners at a private memorial.
The sacrament of marriage is the only sacrament that a priest does not administer directly ; a priest, however, is the chief witnesses of the husband and wife's administration of the sacrament to each other at the wedding ceremony in a Catholic church.
This story, read to a group of travelers at an inn, tells of a Florentine nobleman, Anselmo, who becomes obsessed with testing his wife's fidelity, and talks his close friend Lothario into attempting to seduce her, with disastrous results for all.
When apprised of this fact upon his return, Francesco was furious and humiliated at being upstaged by his wife's superior political ability.
To help with his move to London, and with the design of the new German Embassy Ribbentrop had built ( the existing Embassy was insufficiently grand for Ribbentrop ), Ribbentrop, at his wife's suggestion, hired a Berlin interior decorator named Martin Luther.
Isabella's mother Maria and the Ibelins ( now closely allied to Conrad ) argued that Isabella and Humphrey's marriage was illegal, as she had been underage at the time ; underlying this was the fact that Humphrey had betrayed his wife's cause in 1186.
Henry II planned to divide his and his wife's territories between their sons, of which there were three at the time ; Henry would become King of England and have control of Anjou, Maine, and Normandy, while Richard would inherit Aquitaine from his mother and become Count of Poitiers, and Geoffrey would get Brittany through marriage alliance with Constance, the heiress to the region.
In his early married days Scott had a decent living from his earnings at the law, his salary as Sheriff-Depute, his wife's income, some revenue from his writing, and his share of his father's rather meagre estate.
Instead, from the time of his marriage, he lived at his wife's family's estate, Hawarden, in North Wales.
* January 9 – Emperor Zeno abdicates under pressure as his wife's uncle Basiliscus stages a coup d ' état at Constantinople with support from Zeno's trusted adviser and fellow Isaurian Illus.
Maximilian undertook the defence of his wife's dominions from an attack by Louis XI and defeated the French forces at Guinegate, the modern Enguinegatte, on 7 August 1479.
" Despite Patton's earlier statements and his wife's wishes, some consideration had been made toward sending Patton's body to the U. S. for burial at a place like West Point, but repatriation of bodies was strictly forbidden for soldiers of all ranks throughout the war as a matter of policy, so for Patton, this would have required a very special exception.
Whitlam wanted him to remain a further two years, but Hasluck declined, citing his wife's refusal to remain at Yarralumla longer than the originally agreed five years.
Near to the town are Anne Hathaway's Cottage at Shottery, the home of Shakespeare's wife's family prior to her marriage, and Mary Arden's House ( Palmer's Farm ), the family home of his mother.
After he learns of his wife's affair, Don Luis takes her away but Denis tracks them down at an inn, where Don Luis kills him in a duel of swords.