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Kate Millett
BirthplaceSt. Paul, Minnesota
NationalityUnited States

Millett, (Katherine Murray) Kate

(1934–  ) writer, political activist, artist; born in St. Paul, Minn. Her Columbia University Ph.D. dissertation, published as Sexual Politics (1970), catapulted her to national prominence in the feminist movement. A professor, prolific author, and artist, she founded the Women's Art Colony Farm and exhibited her paintings internationally.
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In this area Millett carries out his duty with aplomb, calling into question not only the vicious first year of the war but also how the military consequences of that year goaded decision makers in Washington.
Ahmad Sweilmin, on Tuesday, discussed with the British Ambassador in Amman Peter Millett, cooperation between Jordan and Britain and ways to boost it in security and other fields.
A meeting was held between Jordan's Minister of Public Works and Housing, Sami Halaseh, and the Kingdom's British ambassador Peter Millett to talk ways of bolstering co-operation with British companies in the construction sector.
8220;These forms make it easier for visitors to sign up to take a tour at the Mission and to keep informed of the latest needs, volunteer opportunities and news at the Mission,” said Leslie Millett, director of public relations at Raleigh Rescue Mission.
Marion Hill and Lyndsay Millett took the tributes from Springwood crematorium, in Allerton, in a theft described by a judge as "shameful.
Market Street resident Campbell Millett, 53, reported the damage to Kirklees Council but three weeks later was no further to getting the repairs fixed.
Millett, 65, a lifelong resident of Hudson, died Wednesday, July 25, at Marlboro Hospital.
Millett organizes his theoretical discussion around five "futuring principles," each of which is the subject of a full chapter:
Millett, the Korean War is not so much the forgotten war as the neglected war.
Millett sets the context, pointing out that tearing down lovely buildings is not just a phenomenon of recent years, as evidenced by a 1922 newspaper excerpt in which such activities are lamented.
Millett to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective January 1, 2012.
Highly scholarly and exact in both tone and form, Millett has written what is likely to be the definitive history of the war for some years to come.