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In the piece, "The Politician's Wife," the woman who could be the first lady of New York City talks about outing herself in ESSENCE in the 1970's -- and how she ended up falling in love with a man.
In essence, this violent man will not go to jail because he is n officer of the law.
Indexed RG 21 habeas corpus files, 1882-1883, predate our renowned INS immigration files collection and are in essence the earliest surviving Chinese Exclusion Act case files.
Those years made me so sensitive to how difficult it is for people to meet the many demands on them outside of work, and over the years I've worked with brilliant women who also care deeply about black people and have more to say than they can communicate in Essence.
Although Bush had spoken vaguely of INS restructuring during the 2000 campaign, the only immigration-related reform pursued with any vigor during his first year was in essence a massive pander to the Hispanic vote: a proposed amnesty to some of the 3 million Mexicans living and working in the United States illegally.
Allowing this action to proceed would, in essence, provide for a potential for multiplicity of lawsuits, i.
He said that, in essence, Sassa had been temporarily parked in his job overseeing NBC's stations to await an opening in entertainment.
Adel Safty's work is in essence a counter to this official version of history, so far as it concerns Americans, Israelis, and I suspect even many Arabs.