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The question posed at the sample population in December by YouGov, to get open-ended nominations from panelists across 41 countries was: 'Thinking about people alive in the world today, which man or woman] do you most admire?' From these nominations a list of 20 male and female most admired persons was established based on who was most nominated and that too from at least four countries.
Osbourne, 27, wishes she could be more like Victoria and admires her for the way she successfully switched careers and also for the way she has cultivated a brand for herself.
Like Mahoney (and, I might add, like Reznik), I admire the humanity that shines in Solzhenitsyn's early works.
No known problems existed between 66-year-old Christine Joanne Admire and her son, Blake Leon Admire, 43, relatives said.
The brilliant result appeals to the side of oneself that still admires a good black-light poster while also appealing to the side that admires a solid exercise in color and composition.
First, although it is fashionable in some circles to denigrate canonical authors, Boehrer admires Jonson intensely, I believe, and often says so.
Hard work and a quality of style are what Harper admires. People with these traits are Harper's heroes.
A lab technician admires Ethan Hawke's endowment, makes a gratuitous comment about his own son so that we know he's really not queer, and Gattaca is off and crawling.
Though in words, phrases, songs, he is inexhaustible about how highly he prizes Christ, he renounces nothing, gives up nothing, will not reconstruct his life, will not be what he admires, and will not let his life express what it is he supposedly admires.
The Capitol's landscape architect, Matthew Evans, admires many trees on the Capitol grounds, including "many trees I adore because of the meaning attached ...
As Late August, Early September opened In Paris last February, Cahiers du Cinema published Assayas's In Praise of Kenneth Anger: True and False Magic in the Cinema, a monographic look at the self-styled magus of avant-garde cinema - and author of Hollywood Babylon (1975) - whom Assayas greatly admires. In fact, Assayas's pursuit of a variety of influences, ranging from Robert Bresson to Andy Warhol, reflects a healthy spirit of experimentation within French filmmaking.