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  Angelina Jolie Pregnant - Pregnancy, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt : People.com
This is the first biological child for Jolie, 30, who is already the mother of son Maddox, 4, whom she adopted from Cambodia, and daughter Zahara, 1, adopted from Ethiopia in July.
She is currently in the Dominican Republic filming The Good Shepherd with Matt Damon.
She is also working with Yele Haiti, a charity for the empowerment of Haitian citizens.
www.people.com /people/article/0,,1145171,00.html?cid=redirect-articles   (538 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: She people
She seldom used the other expression because it was not often necessary for her to retract a statement, but when she did, her face came to a complete stop, there was an almost imperceptible movement of her fl eyes, during which they seemed to be receding, and then the observer would see that Mrs.
She would stand in the doorway if it were summer but in the winter she would stand with one elbow on top of the refrigerator and look down at them, or she would stand by the gas heater, lifting the back of her skirt slightly.
She imagined that the two of them walked on the place until they came to the storage barn beyond the two back fields and there, she imagined, that things came to such a pass that she very easily seduced him and that then, of course, she had to reckon with his remorse.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/She-people   (1693 words)

  
 A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: Rosalind Franklin
She passed the examination for admission to Cambridge University in 1938, and it sparked a family crisis.
She pioneered the use of this method in analyzing complex, unorganized matter such as large biological molecules, and not just single crystals.
She was invited to King's College in London to join a team of scientists studying living cells.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/aso/databank/entries/bofran.html   (614 words)

  
 She Minority - Chinese Nationalities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Early in the Tang dynasty, people of She nationality began to settle in the joint area of Fujian, Guangdong and Jiangxi provinces.
She people mostly engage in agriculture, and rice, sweet potatoes, wheat, rape, beans and tobacco are their main products.
The She, who now speak mainly Chinese, may be descended from the Yao who retreated to the west 500 years ago under pressure of Han expansion.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Minorities/min-She.html   (201 words)

  
  Good Country People by Flannery O'Connor
She seldom used the other expression because it was not often necessary for her to retract a statement, but when she did, her face came to a complete stop, there was an almost imperceptible movement of her fl eyes, during which they seemed to be receding, and then the observer would see that Mrs.
She would stand in the doorway if it were summer but in the winter she would stand with one elbow on top of the refrigerator and look down at them, or she would stand by the gas heater, lifting the back of her skirt slightly.
She imagined that the two of them walked on the place until they came to the storage barn beyond the two back fields and there, she imagined, that things came to such a pass that she very easily seduced him and that then, of course, she had to reckon with his remorse.
www.geocities.com /cyber_explorer99/oconnorgoodcountry.html   (7541 words)

  
 You go, girl . . . and she went - People - Entertainment - theage.com.au
She was called Orpah, after a minor figure in the Bible but the mispronunciation and mis-spelling was so common it became real.
Not surprisingly, she became a troubled teenager, once sent to a juvenile detention home, and pregnant at 14 (the boy baby was prematurely still born).
She was such a gifted speaker in church that a kinder childhood nickname was The Preacher.
www.theage.com.au /news/people/you-go-girl-and-she-went/2006/01/20/1137553745680.html   (1306 words)

  
 She Who Carries the Sun For her People
She was said to have given a great oration while at Yahoo Falls and drenched herself under the falling water of Yahoo Falls for her sacredness, later placing a great victory eagle feather on the Rock of the River of the Ancient Ones.
She was known to be close kin to young Doublehead.
She became honored highly and buried inside of the sacred burial chambers at Doubleheads Cave in an elaborate ceremony with all present.
victorian.fortunecity.com /rothko/420/aniyuntikwalaski/people/she.html   (2114 words)

  
 HOMELESS People - Jazmin's Story
She ran away from foster care to escape a foster father who was violent.
She was 'off her dial' as she says, 24/7 with only one night's sleep each week.
As a child she was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment at the state's institution for juvenile offenders.
www.homeless.org.au /people/jazmin.htm   (1117 words)

  
 CNN.com - Friend: Queen Mum 'always so full of life' - March 30, 2002
She had such a knack for being interested in everybody, of being interested in everything, in never harking back to the past unless you really pressed her -- whereas most old people are always harking back to the past.
She was always interested in what people were doing in the moment and in the future.
She would always make sure that she met with every single person in the room, and they all left the room feeling the better for having met her.
archives.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/europe/03/30/anderson.cnna/index.html   (826 words)

  
 People Like Us
Ever since she has been animating and recontextualising found footage collages with an equally witty and dark view of popular culture with a surrealistic edge, both pre-recorded and in a live setting.
She has also performed radio sessions for BBC's John Peel, Mixing It, and also CBC, KPFA and does a regular radio show on WFMU.
She is currently working on "Trying Things Out ", a film initiated in residency at the BBC Creative Archive in 2006.
www.peoplelikeus.org   (173 words)

  
 Apple - Hot News - Rosa Parks
Even to many people who were around in those days, the era of racial segregation seems as remote as the Civil War.
She boarded a bus and found a vacant seat.
Rosa became a secretary and later a youth leader of the local branch of the NAACP; she was preparing for a major youth conference at the time of her arrest.
www.apple.com /hotnews/articles/2005/10/rosaparks   (581 words)

  
 People's Bank - About People's - Leadership Team
She is responsible for driving the information strategy and capabilities necessary for People's to achieve its corporate vision of being a trusted provider of financial solutions specially tailored to meet the needs of its customers.
In 1993, she was appointed senior vice president and chief information officer for ITT Financial, where she oversaw a decentralized IT organization and established corporate-wide standards and policies relating to shared IT infrastructure.
People's was one of his clients, and he worked with the bank in the mid to late 1980s to facilitate corporate repositioning and restructuring during a period of rapid growth due to deregulation of the banking industry, the bank's conversion to a stock company and various mergers.
www.peoples.com /about/peoples/0,8397,13791,00.html   (2710 words)

  
 The Nassau Guardian - www.thenassauguardian.com
She entered the hospitality industry shortly after high school, rising as steadily and as naturally as a fledgling whose wings gain strength with each flight.
"People say this lightly," she says of the industry's importance to the country, "but being in the industry drives it home." With her school, Bastian hopes to introduce young people, and to reintroduce older people who are interested, into an industry that craves hard workers with positive attitudes because its future depends on them.
Bastian found that she loved to witness the satisfied reactions of the staff, who were able to walk away from training with renewed vigour and passion for their work.
www.thenassauguardian.com /social_community/286880224840968.php   (1140 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- Living two colourful lives in Beijing
Dilshad Rahman, wife of Ashfaqur Rahman, the Bangladeshi ambassador to China, leads two very different lives in Beijing in one, she is the sari-wearing wife of an official and in another, a trousers-wearing homemaker.
She tries her best to wear a sari, her national dress, whenever she attends a formal occasion.
She said that many people focus on the rosy side of their lives, but neglect the sacrifices and hard work needed on the other side.
english.people.com.cn /200604/25/eng20060425_260985.html   (886 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | UK | London rocked by terror attacks
The Queen said she was "deeply shocked" and sent her sympathy to those affected.
The city's St Mary's Hospital said it was dealing with 26 injured people, including four with critical injuries and eight in a serious condition.
She said the bus had been travelling from Euston to Russell Square and was "packed" with people turned away from Tube stops.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/4659093.stm   (814 words)

  
 She loooves people
She has what can only be described as an immigrant’s gratitude for and love of the United States which explains why she volunteers unceasingly.
She was one of the first people tapped in 1992.
She and the advisory board thought that a dinner and speaker format would be the way to raise money.
www.gmtoday.com /content/LSW/2004/November/28.asp   (891 words)

  
 Travis Dart .com - Interesting and/or Notable People
The reason she is interesting and notable is that she was successful (though I suppose she could have had more fame and money and stuff) and decided to leave it all.
People should do what they like to do and all, and I guess she wanted to be Broadway star, but for someone in a position such as hers, to leave is very odd.
She appeared on an Apple Switch Ad with a sad story about how her PC devoured her paper (and it was a really good paper, too).
www.travisdart.com /people   (1999 words)

  
 She Caribbean   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She also knew that when she had her daughter she did not want to be a stripper.“I decided that I needed to change my life for her,” said Nadine.
People believe I am hard but the truth is I am a people person, I am a family person.” In fact Nadine recently had a heartfelt reunion with a sister she had never met.
She is hoping to spend some time giving back to Jamaica and has plans to write her life story.
www.shecaribbean.com /cover.htm   (1754 words)

  
 People's Light Theatre Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She is a faculty member in the Temple University Department of Theater and has been a teaching artist with various Philadelphia area theaters.
She is a member of the People's Light acting ensemble and is directing at Act II Playhouse and the Lantern Theatre this season.
She is also the recipient of two Emmy awards for her narration of Teacher TV on the Discovery Channel.
www.peopleslight.org /2005-2006/23d-TS-teacher.html   (652 words)

  
 THE DEADLIEST DRUG: Maine's addiction to alcohol
She and her siblings were eventually taken away from their parents and put in homes off the reservation with white families.
The alcohol she was exposed to in the womb left her with a short attention span and learning difficulties.
She returned to the reservation in 1979 and decided to start an ambulance service to assist people with their alcohol and drug problems and ferry them to the nearest hospital 20 miles away in Calais.
pressherald.mainetoday.com /specialrpts/alcohol/d7mary.htm   (1169 words)

  
 Fantasy in The Mole People
While she admits to disguising the names of most of the people (p.5), as is standard in investigative reporting, nowhere does she admit also disguising the nature and location of the underground areas.
Since she fictionalizes the setting as much as she does, then other facts she claims also should be subject to a re-examination.
People are known also to live in spaces in the Chrystie Street tunnel, the route from Broadway--Lafayette down to Grand Street.
www.columbia.edu /~brennan/abandoned/mole-people.html   (5950 words)

  
 Deb Clifford, Inspired People
She has a knack for making learning both relevant and fun as she shares the secrets of people skills, teamwork and leadership.
She learned the lessons that are core to this book while dividing her time among HBM, her family’s company, and the inception of Inspired People.
She decided to pursue her passion for leading and developing people.
www.inspiredpeople.com /pages/debsbio.htm   (527 words)

  
 People News April05
She raised her seat from the reclined position in order to see out the window so she could get some idea of where she was.
She parked it just far enough away from the entrance of the make shift church so as to be able to escape without being noticed in case she suddenly lost her courage.
She knew what it felt like to be broken but this was sung as if there were some sort of peace in it.
www.thepeoplenews.com /april05/page15.html   (686 words)

  
 The Christian Chronicle - 'She loves people into the kingdom'
As she slowly stirs a pot of borscht for her guests, Blume wears a white blouse with pearls and a navy blue skirt.
She has become one of the most experienced and valuable Christian workers in Russia, said Woodward, who frequently brings Let’s Start Talking teams to St. Petersburg to work along with her.
She believes that, in some way, her 29 years of marriage and then divorce were preparation for her work today.
www.christianchronicle.org /modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=505&mode=&order=0&thold=0   (1092 words)

  
 How do I respond to people who tell my spirited toddler that she's "bad"?
She came up to visit for three weeks, and all I ever get hear now is how I can't control my son and I shouldn't have anymore children (I'm presently 5 mths pregnant, I was 3 mths pregnant when she made the statement).
She refused to put anything up out of the way (such as hot coffee, and hot curling irons) and said that if I couldn't keep him from touching them, then he would have to learn the hard way.
She should also be reminded that you are the mother and if she has an issue with your child, she needs to talk to you and not to your child!
www.babycenter.com /dilemma/toddler/toddlerbehavior/1379087.html   (2175 words)

  
 Emily's Friends and People She Knows
People I know in Boston (I used to call this "MIT People" but I want to be inclusive,and as it is I've graduated) come in 4 flavors: Tetazoo, Crew, Gilbert & Sullivan (kind of like cookies & cream), and MITAAH.
She's pretty cool, even if she lived at Baker, and she has a really huge collection of quotes and freethought/humanism/atheism books.
She was my roommate two years in a row on the annual IAP Florida training trip.
www.mit.edu /people/ejhanna/personal/friends.html   (774 words)

  
 Salar People, Chinese Ethnic Minorities, China Nationality
With a population of 709,592, the She people live primarily in the mountainous areas of Fujian and Zhejiang Provinces, and to a lesser extent in Jiangxi, Guangdong, and Anhui.
The She language belongs to the Miao-Yao group of the Sino-Tibetan phylum and is similar to the Hakka language, one of the seven dialects in China.
As early as the 7th century, the She people settled in Fujian, Guangdong and Jiangxi.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/nationality/she/index.htm   (479 words)

  
 ABC News: So-Called Indigo Teen Says She Can Read People
She was treated for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with medication, but as she grew up, she said, she realized that she had special gifts and abilities, including the ability to see angels and hear voices.
"She was a force to be reckoned with," said Sandie's father, Tom Bershad.
Sandie says she can do an accurate reading of a person and tell what is troubling them and often advise them on how to fix it.
abcnews.go.com /GMA/AmericanFamily/story?id=2224795&page=1   (586 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- Pakistan, India should make resolution of disputes: FO
She said at the last meeting the neutral expert requested the two sides to offer their written comments which are being discussed at the on-going meeting in Washington.
She expected the verdict by the expert before the end of the year.
She said, "we do not intend to enter into arms race with India but we are constraint to at least maintain minimum level of parity.
english.people.com.cn /200611/06/eng20061106_318929.html   (293 words)

  
 She Stands on Common Ground
First, by talking separately to each party, she untangles the issues, emotions, perceptions, and dynamics that surround a dispute.
She elicits data, then frames and reframes the situation to keep the discussion moving.
She helps develop what she calls a "universe of options." People brainstorm all the ways of addressing a situation that will satisfy everyone's basic needs.
www.fastcompany.com /online/31/podziba.html   (851 words)

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