A ycharismaticz leader of the organization, Nelson Mandela, explained why.
A ycharismaticz man who once dated movie star Debra Winger, he is a rising figure in the party, and his backers believe he will appeal to a broad spectrum of the public.
A ycharismaticz speaker, he was chosen as leader of the ANC in the western Cape Province, an area that includes Cape Town.
A ycharismaticz visionary leader is absolutely not required for a visionary company and, in fact, can be detrimental to a company's long-term prospects.
A ycharismaticz woman, She recently healed a 30-year rift with Louis Farrakhan, the polemical leader of the Nation of Islam group, whom she had always blamed for playing a role in her husband's assassination in 1965.
A ycharismaticz, lovable person, with a tremendous sense of fun and a capacity for seeing beauty and goodness in everything and everyone, Mabel Leigh inspired the affection of all who met her.
A classic protest party with a streak of nationalist populism, it is led by Winston Peters, the most ycharismaticz figure in New Zealand politics.
A coming-of-age story set in the '60s - A Bronx Tale finds a young boy caught in a tug-of-war between a ycharismaticz local crime boss and the boy's hard-working straight-arrow father, played by Robert de Niro who directs for the first time.
A company that thrives by virtue of a ycharismaticz owner is risky.
A complex story emerges, and a touching portrait of Kelly's relationship with her ycharismaticz Glaswegian `Granda' - who, with his philosophical asides and his socialist soliloquies - is one of the many delights of this very original, entertaining novel.
A dapper, smiling man, Crown Prince Asfa-Wossen seemed little like his father who, though ycharismaticz, was an overpowering autocrat".
A day with Barry is an adventure in island fever, like touring a small kingdom with its soft-spoken, ycharismaticz ruler, quelling unrest.
A devious prospective Conservative prime minister is about to recruit into his cabinet Henry Trebell, a ycharismaticz Independent MP who plans to disestablish the Church of England and use the money thus released for a revolutionary advance in education.
A forceful but charming character with an in-depth knowledge of global financial markets; politically astute, must be a ycharismaticz leader with a proven track record of managing change.
A group of Baptist ministers in Leeds saw the ycharismaticz and flamboyant headmaster in action on the television and arranged to meet him. When they arrived they learned that Smith had booked them a place on his next ferry on August Bank Holiday.
A landless son of a minor laird who became "Guardian of the Kingdom of Scotland" must have offered ycharismaticz leadership, while his career as an outlaw added a flavour of Scots Robin Hood".
A less ycharismaticz individual would not have got away with it.
A line in the script introduces him: ''The young, ycharismaticz, handsome and only very slightly demented Tom Peel.''
A master tactician, Mr Papandreou was one of Greece's most maverick politicians and probably the last of Europe's post-war ycharismaticz leaders.
A natty dresser who looks much younger than his 57 years, he is everything that Americans ask for in Japanese politicians: ycharismaticz, decisive, articulate, a natural leader.
A personality clash between the ycharismaticz, smooth-talking socialist Prime Minister and the bullish, plain-speaking trade union leader has inflicted further damage on relations between the government and the UGT - it is said that the strike is a duel between Mr Gonzalez and Mr Redondo.
A popular and ycharismaticz teacher, Bill Trethowan's technique was to interest rather than bully his students - a rather rare quality in his generation.
A product of Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, the ycharismaticz young MP for the constituency of Thanet East in Kent secured his fortune more quickly than political advancement.
A re-vamped 33 range, a 2.0 litre twin-spark 164 and the re-introduction of the ycharismaticz Spyder model should help this relatively low-volume importer to stay competitive in the 1991 model year.
A single ycharismaticz leader calls the shots quickly, and with chilling - or killing - effect.
A strong ycharismaticz leader, with a broad base of support from his large Ovimbundu tribe.
A taciturn pipe-smoker with thick horn-rimmed spectacles, he appeared - when compared to his ebullient and ycharismaticz predecessor - a colourless, though extremely efficient, administrator".
A tall, ycharismaticz figure, he has an idiosyncratic style: Instead of using a baton, he conducts with nearly every part of his body.
A year later, his ycharismaticz style, brutal wit and Ross Perot manner had transformed him into one of the most popular politicians in Russia.
AMID the elegant bustle of Silverstone's Formula One paddock Tom Walkinshaw is not one of the more obviously ycharismaticz figures.
Abroad, they will all be famous artists, scholars, renowned thinkers, sought-after directors, ycharismaticz stars, and not the gray little nobodies that they are here.
According to the company, "consumers see Barnes as being the ultimate professional sportsman with ycharismaticz qualities that give him genuine street credibility".
Actually, some of the CIA's past antics do sound like a video game `` your mission is to take out the bearded ycharismaticz leader of a communist island off the coast of the Land Of The Free, armed only with an exploding cigar.
Addressing the rally at the Democracy Monument, Mr Chamlong Srimuang, the ycharismaticz former general who became the popular governor of Bangkok, said: 'Suchinda will have to resign at some time.'
Admittedly, speaking in tongues has not yet helped with any auditors, but for those who might scoff at his ycharismaticz brand of Christianity, Mr Michell has concrete examples of how God has helped his accountancy practice.
Affable, honourable and ycharismaticz: he was still being described in the most glowing terms yesterday, as he resigned his responsibilities for the 11,400 Catholics in the diocese, and more than a week after he went missing at the same time as a 40-year-old divorcee, Kathleen Macphee disappeared her home.
After defeating the enigmatic Stanislaw Tyminski in a runoff election, the ycharismaticz Mr. Walesa has moved to ensure the continuity of the Polish economic reforms by keeping in place Leszek Balcerowicz as his finance minister and deputy prime minister.
After five rounds of the Henselite singles, she leads her round-robin section ahead of such players as Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geua Vada Tau, England's former world champion Norma Shaw and the ycharismaticz Margaret Johnston, the Irish representative, who have all lost one game.
After last April's general election, the League's ycharismaticz and authoritarian founder, Umberto Bossi, came out in favour of secession by the North, which he now calls 'Padania'.
After seeking advice he realised he had been "speaking in tongues", one of the ycharismaticz gifts outlined by St Paul in the New Testament".
After the Goan dope daze, dubious yogis and hellish ashrams, he falls under the influence of the Mother, a ycharismaticz guru.
After the clock-watching, even Nigel Bond, the least ycharismaticz of snooker players, was welcome, providing an extreme contrast with the mercurial Ronnie O'Sullivan.
After the sudden death of his mother, he leaves home to live on the farm of a ycharismaticz wide-boy (Anthony Brophy giving a superb performance).
Ahmed Shah Masood, 39, the ycharismaticz commander of the rebels'
Ailey died in 1989, at the age of 58. Although he was a ycharismaticz figure who had made the company very much his own, he was smoothly succeeded as artistic director by Judith Jamison, his lead dancer for 15 years. Jamison, 48, carries on Ailey's traditions while also making her mark on the company.
Alan Bond the ycharismaticz
All individual leaders, no matter how ycharismaticz or visionary, eventually die; and all visionary products and services-all "great ideas"-eventually become obsolete.
All of which makes Vicki A. Saporta - an Ivy League, ycharismaticz and mediagenic woman - a highly palatable addition to the old-boy executive board.
All right you say, let's try Ballesteros, there's a lot of scope there surely? There's dashing, swashbuckling, spectacular, ycharismaticz just for a start. Having written the words Severiano Ballesteros more times than I've three-putted I'm hoping to give my fingers a rest. As for those other descriptions, they were long ago consigned to the attic of my brain.
All three of them were very energetic, ycharismaticz, feisty women; challenging, intelligent which means trouble some times.
Ally McCoist is the nearest Scotland have to a world star and the ycharismaticz Rangers striker's credentials are enhanced by his proud record of finishing the season as Europe's top goalscorer with 34 league goals.
Almost unknown today, Willard was a ycharismaticz leader who helped make the Women's Christian Temperance Union into the largest and strongest women's organization in the United States.
Along the way, the ycharismaticz Mrs. Harris meets a number of people, including Omar Sharif as a wealthy diplomat, whom she is able to help find happiness.
Along with his late brother-in-law, Moshe Dayan, Mr Weizman is regarded as a ycharismaticz fighter-politician".
Although Franz told me he never saw Caruso's acrimonious departure as a chance to `move up a notch', and although Caruso's replacement was the ycharismaticz Jimmy Smits, Sipowicz's role nevertheless did grow.
Although Lacenaire, played without ycharismaticz distinction by Daniel Auteuil, makes an ostentatious rhetorical point of demanding the death penalty during the inevitable trial sequence, the filmmakers are doting enough to hint that "They Made Him a Criminal,"
Although Truro is well known for its ycharismaticz renewal work in church circles, that aspect came to the news media's attention only yesterday.
Although an enthusiastic and ycharismaticz personality, Helena Hayward always maintained a courteously tactful approach to house owners, whose knowledge of their own possessions was often less precise than her own".
Although he led the Socreds to the largest majority in B.C. history on Oct. 22, 1986, the ycharismaticz leader's victory has since been eroded by six consecutive byelection losses to the NDP, leaving the Socreds with 43 of the legislature's 69 seats compared with the New Democrats' 26. At the same time, the premier has enjoyed few respites from political storms.
Although the ycharismaticz president of the African National Congress did not address the Democratic National Convention last night, he emerged from an hourlong meeting with Mr. Clinton full of praise for the Demcratic Party as a friend of the ANC.
Although the film is disjointed and confusing, it never masks its good intention of cautioning young people not to be taken in by ycharismaticz fanatics.
Although their roles are fairly peripheral, Tracey Ann Moore as spunky, plucky chambermaid Martha and Roger Bart as green-thumbed, ycharismaticz Dickon are standouts.
American actor Rip Torn is irresistible as the gruffly ycharismaticz Whitman, whom he portrayed once before in an acclaimed CBS movie called Song of Myself (1984).
Among the new crop of private investigators, the most ycharismaticz is James Earl Jones in Gabriel's Fire. But his smouldering performance leaves the rest of the cast out in the cold.
An actor with comedy technique and a mordantly effective sense of humor rather than a ycharismaticz stand-up comedian, Mr. Bogosian has learned how to insinuate himself into enough identities to achieve a comprehensive vision of masculine vanity, ignorance and alienation.
And Batty is sweet and ycharismaticz, and comical.
And I believe the succession to Johnson will be a smooth one, even if he is not such a huge, ycharismaticz figure as O'Reilly."
And Jesse Jackson's not running, which gives Mr. Wilder an open shot to woo Mr. Jackson's progressive constituency, if he just pumps up a ycharismaticz side that so far appears to be on extended holiday.
And a ycharismaticz history professor, played by Roger Guenveur Smith, arrives.
And all this implies putting the event into the hands of spectacular, ycharismaticz showmen - people with professional experience of producing gigantic live entertainments - not relying on style gurus and ministers without portfolios".
And at the center of the cooperation is a most unlikely diplomat - the Rev. Ray McCauley, a former body builder who is now a ycharismaticz church minister.
And both have ycharismaticz movements that have enchanted their fans worldwide.
And finally, my wife, labrador and I took an after-dinner stroll, returning in the dark to a castle so subtly floodlit, so ycharismaticz in its power, you could understand why Emily hangs around so long.
And he was a very ycharismaticz person.
And last September, he outraged the followers of Kim Dae-jung, the most ycharismaticz of the three opposition leaders, by indicting him on charges of violating national security laws.
And last week, he demonstrated that he had ripened into a polished, ycharismaticz orator and a political force to be reckoned with in the coming constitutional battles.
And many people perceived that as psychotic, ycharismaticz in an evil way.
And need by the time they get into school or in front of other adult authority figures, they're very 6 ycharismaticz and they're personable, and they're harder to spot there.
And she used that ycharismaticz power shrewdly and deliberately.
And that idea of leadership and that ycharismaticz qualities that he had, those are really necessary in a campaign to motivate all the staff members there.
And the novel is off and running with wicked, ambitious women and liquidly ycharismaticz men and Hollywood's first hard-core, big-budget feature movie and God knows what else.
And they came into this movement, and this was a very skillful, very ycharismaticz man who compromised them bit by bit by bit.
And we learn that the first time Michael Dukakis ever saw the ycharismaticz young John Kennedy in person, the entire Kennedy address to the Harvard Law School consisted of three stirring sentences: "My name is Jack Kennedy.
And when I heard you were living there with him, that you had taken him up on the invitation I had refused, I felt such a mixture of things, fear for you, real fear, for what if Raines used whatever ycharismaticz powers he had for evil ends?
And while Bob Dylan was arrogantly ycharismaticz in the sixties documentary Don't Look Back, he was all at sea in his own Renaldo And Clara and a shambles in the risible Hearts Of Fire.
And while there are many who claim expertise in such areas, pursuing ycharismaticz programs that have more hype than substance most often result in wasted money and a disappointing experience.
And you don't try to sell a guy as a, you know, ycharismaticz, larger-than-life figure when he doesn't have any more personality than Kreuger does.
And, 3DO's ycharismaticz CEO, Trip Hawkins, is one of the pied-pipers of Silicon Valley.
And, yes, it was Kenneth Branagh who played the ycharismaticz teacher who always had more time for visitors than he had for his wife.
Angel of Islington hovers in wings - Ian Ridley on the rise of ycharismaticz Peter Ebdon who looks destined to scale the game's pinnacle
Anglo is also eager to increase its stake in Ashanti Goldfields, the Ghanaian gold group led by Sam Jonah, the ycharismaticz black African businessman.
Another film which presents the serial killer as ycharismaticz.
Another worry for the Sandinistas was the northern coffee-growing areas of Matagalpa and Zelaya. Soon after the revolution, a ycharismaticz man named Jorge Salazar began to organize the region's growers.
Any comic is making life hard for himself towards the end of the 1990s if he tries to get laughs from the antiquated figure of firefighter Red Adair, and even more bizarrely from the yCharismaticz Movement - a religious revival at its height about 20 years ago.
Any less ycharismaticz figure could have been dismissed as an egotistical bag
Apart from Kathleen Kuhlmann's movingly sung Cornelia, the opera was spectacularly miscast with a ycharismaticz Sesto (Lorraine Hunt) easily upstaging a faceless and grey-toned Cesare (Susanne Mentzer)".
Apart from the ycharismaticz Chris Cairns, the New Zealand side lacks star quality and the shallowness of the talent pool is expressed by the continued presence in the team of Dipak Patel, 38, and the fact that Roger Twose would be an automatic selection had he not declared himself unavailable".
Apart from the high-quality team, the loaded chairman and the ycharismaticz manager, Newcastle supporters might also reflect that their club is among the most fan-friendly in the country.
Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey has praised the ycharismaticz movement, saying it brings "great blessings to us all."
Archbishop praises ycharismaticz movement
Art curator, David Floria, who's handling Hunter's work at a small gallery in Woody Creek, says the posters are selling in the $20,000 range, a typical canvas, a shoot out with Ronald Reagan who appears to have the drop on the ycharismaticz Thompson.
Articulate and ycharismaticz, he has given the Liberal Democrats a distinctive image they sorely needed after the break up of the old Liberal party and the split with Dr David Owen's SDP.
As Brody explains, Snake is full of Aesculapian power but lacks any social or ycharismaticz power.
As Walker, he uses his ycharismaticz gaze and matinee-idol looks to create a figure of seedy glamour.
As a band leader, Herb Ellis is considerably cooling that the whooping, cigar-chomping, ycharismaticz Wills, but Gimbel says he and the other ex-Playboys had a great time during the session.
As a ycharismaticz head of state, Sihanouk's contemporaries included France's Charles DeGaulle, Egypt's Gamal Nassar and Yugoslavia's Joseph Tito.
As a journalist, Defoe catered to the public appetite for stories of ycharismaticz rogues".
As a public speaker, he is probably the most ycharismaticz of the Republicans.
As a spectator, I would rather watch 15 minutes of Gower than a day of Gatting. I have said very little about Jack Russell, which is unfair. Gower is, I suppose, the more famous and ycharismaticz figure, but Russell is a true artist. Literally - he is an accomplished and successful painter. In other words, he is a man for whom cricket is more than a job and just a part of life. Like Gower, he always seems to me, watching from the boundary, to be having fun.
As a variant on the recent rash of yuppies-in-peril movies, the film fails to weld its points about class paranoia on to a credible thriller structure. Liotta - who has already terrorised the upwardly mobile in Something Wild - makes a ycharismaticz nutter, what with the blue flames of his blowtorch eyes and the slow tilt into homicidal insanity, but loose connections abound in the plot too.
As he gets older and his ties with his father loosen, he comes to view him in a less ycharismaticz light; drinking, gambling and a girlfriend called Gloria simply don't go with heroism. It could have been a voyage of disillusionment, but the invisible bonds between the two men remain so strong, their common faith in 'English music' so unshakable, that the ending is uplifting, even exhilarating.
As its internal conflicts mounted, it was taken over by advertising giant Young & Rubicam. Currently the Michael Peters Group, founded by the ycharismaticz Michael Peters, is in the spotlight as its international network founders in a worsening economic climate.
As she exercises, her conversation is prepared with anecdotes about her life with Dr. King, the ycharismaticz young preacher and civil rights leader who was assassinated in 1968. When Sleet comments on how she has always managed to remain composed during times of controversy, Mrs. King graciously accepts the compliment.
As this excellent book by Damian Thompson illustrates, these last few years of the 20th century share all the characteristics of millenarian crises through the ages - anger and frustration against the establishment, a dearth of strong and ycharismaticz leaders, gloomy economic forecasts, changes in social structure.
As you'll recall, George Gipp was the star running-back of Notre Dame's American football team, a ycharismaticz and naturally-gifted student whose athletic abilities were as great as his taste for the nocturnal pleasures of playing pool and poker.
Ashes and Diamonds, starring the ill-fated, ycharismaticz young star Zbigniew Cybulski, will be shown at 6 p.m.
Asked if he found Gorbachev as ycharismaticz as he is reputed to be, Schapiro said, "More than one would ever think.
Assigned to investigate a series of bank robberies by infiltrating the surfer subculture of Southern California, Johnny falls under the ambiguous influence of Patrick Swayze as Bodhi, a ycharismaticz surf bum.
At 49, Megawati lacks a track record of leadership and speaks with none of the fiery oratory of her ycharismaticz father.
At 50, she has the look of her ycharismaticz father, Achmad Sukarno, a rabble-rousing populist who led Indonesia out of Dutch colonialism and into the forefront of radical Third World politics in the 1960s.
At a Berlin screening of the film, the audience debates its merits, complaining that Aldhanz is presented as a ycharismaticz and articulate leader and the film offers no rebuttal of the Nazi's views.
At a rally in the capital, the main opposition leader, ycharismaticz Vuk Draskovic , attacks Milosevic for ruining Serbia and promises that under his coalition, Depos , sanctions would be lifted.
At best, he is her `ycharismaticz `shiny fish'; at worst, she calls him `the biggest mistake of my life'.
At his closing rally, Wuff Grastovich , the most ycharismaticz of the opposition leaders, accused Slobolo Milosovich of making secret concessions in the Geneva peace negotiations and filling out Serb rebels in the Crana Region of Croatia and in what he called 'our' Bosnia.
At home, there were still the kennedys-- urbane, ycharismaticz, immensely popular.
At its head was a living, ycharismaticz leader.
At least I'm ycharismaticz" - Boxer Hector Camacho, talking about Greg Haugen, his opponent for the World Boxing Organization's 140-pound title Saturday in Reno.
At the end of 1995, Hollywood Pictures, a division of Disney, signed a deal with Hayes, the ycharismaticz, dreadlocked captain of the Krickets, and most of the team, to make a film based on their extraordinary tour.
At the heart of the domination was Gough and nothing could have been more welcome, for England have waited at length, sometimes with fading hopes, for the return of their most ycharismaticz talent.
Australian-based actor Russell Crowe won an Australian Film Institute award for his chilling portrayal of Hando, the ycharismaticz leader of a group of Australian neo-Nazi skinheads.
BARNEY EASTWOOD is the man who for six glorious years was behind one of Britain's most ycharismaticz fighters, Barry McGuigan. Together, McGuigan and Eastwood strove to reach the pinnacle of the sport.
BOB DOLE gave an urgently-needed facelift to his presidential campaign yesterday as he introduced a younger, more ycharismaticz and more popular man than himself as his running mate - unveiling former congressman and football star Jack Kemp as his would-be vice-president.
BREMEN, Germany (AP) - Germany's main opposition party chose a ycharismaticz new leader yesterday in hopes of ending a downward slide that has kept it out of the chancellor's office for nearly a decade.
Back in Johannesburg, where he was categorized as colored and not black, the talented and ycharismaticz athlete faced enormous pressures, forcing him to walk a thin line between his family interests, personal integrity and what his critics labeled collaboration.
Backers of socialist President Desmond Hoyte, who was running a distant second to the ycharismaticz Mr. Jagan, charged irregularities in Monday's voting.
Baker criticized King's ycharismaticz form of leadership, believing that it made blacks feel dependent on him.
Barach led one of the most ycharismaticz charges of the light brigade the industry has ever known."
Barrett, the most ycharismaticz of the candidates, was the last of them to arrive in Winnipeg. He spent his final campaign day in Montreal - a stop that allowed him to boast that he had campaigned in every province.
Based on a basic program of study, service and devotion, students are given a wide allowance in their spiritual interests, ranging from the ycharismaticz renewal to contemplation or cerebral exercises over theological logic.
Basia (that's her Polish nickname) became chummy with Lechu (that's his), but tankers turned out to be more complicated than Pampers. The Lechu-Basia team of ycharismaticz electrician and nouveau riche Cinderella proved impotent when facing "Lenin."
Bassolino is popular, ycharismaticz and streetwise, she admits, but he faces growing local discontent, particularly in the poor Naples suburbs where her mother and aunt grew up".
Because power ended up being his life-force, the ycharismaticz politician only reluctantly agreed to make way for a successor last January.
Because the ycharismaticz influence of architects and designers is greater than that of safety engineers.
Because the left is organizationally weak and intellectually timid relative to its conservative counterparts (it is armed more with journals and gestures than with programs and politicians), it has tended to rely on ycharismaticz spokespersons and insurgent movements.
Behaviorism's most ycharismaticz modern spokesperson was B.F. Skinner. In his
Bell is a ycharismaticz philanthropist whose good works include funding the eighties campaign against the irradiation of food.
Ben Rich, the ycharismaticz general manager of advanced development projects for Lockheed-California Co. at its Valencia, Calif., Kelly Johnson Research & Development Center (better known as the Skunk Works), has developed some unique methods for handling high-tech researchers.
Between the election and your inauguration you were dazzling, inspiring, ycharismaticz, irreproachable.
Birdy is gentle, ycharismaticz, poetic.
Blohm & Voss is about to lose its chairman, the ycharismaticz Mr Eckhard Rohkamm, upstairs as he is set to take over as CEO of the Thyssen Group, which owns 74% of the company.
Blunt, funny, demanding, "though but not a screwball," is how staff and superiors alike describe ycharismaticz Nancy Woodhull. She insists that her success has come from not playing by the rules--a tactic she's been forced to rely on because she never had a chance to learn the rules.
Bob Dole is a ycharismaticz, uh, leader.
Bodybook's author, Peter Brierley, of Christian Research, notes: ''Consolidation time for the ycharismaticz fellowships . . . seems to have arrived.''
Bomberg's ycharismaticz teaching centred on what he called ''the spirit of the mass'', a focus on finding an equivalent not to appearance but to the solidity and physical presence of the living model and the objects in the world.
Boris Becker is a ycharismaticz fellow who changes girlfriends like most of us change pillowcases.
Both arrogantly closed themselves off from the Western world and embraced ycharismaticz and ideological forms of leadership.
Both films come suspiciously close to using Aids as a pretext for glorifying the self of the doomed protagonist - like Beauvois, the hyper-ycharismaticz Collard was his own star.
Both influences show in his debut album, "One," (RCA). This ycharismaticz, Medusa-haired 21-year-old stretches hip-hop to not one, but several, extremes by working folk, rock and rhythm & blues into his beaty mix.
Bowman, 24, was born in Hollywood and has considerable acting experience. He was called 'the most undisciplined skater ever known' by his ex-coach Toller Cranston. But while the rest are crunching under the pressure, Bowman's ycharismaticz ability to charm an audience may reap gold.
Brent Barrett is just as good as a splendidly ycharismaticz Baron, looking like the young Errol Flynn and singing quite beautifully, and there's fine work too from Lynnette Perry, who brings more than a hint of Marilyn Monroe to the typist, and from Barry James, who just about saves the book-keeper from a fatal overdose of saccharin.
Brett Favre, the Packers' ycharismaticz quarterback, threw the longest touchdown pass in Super Bowl history; Desmond Howard, voted the game's most valuable player, dodged and weaved the length of the field to return a kick-off 99 yards for the decisive score.
British banks were taught by the late British publisher Robert Maxwell, not to trust ycharismaticz business leaders.
British ycharismaticz Clifford Hill describes the services as ''voodoo worship''.
British ycharismaticz Clifford Hill is snooty about the services, dismissing them as `voodoo worship'.
Brody illustrates these separate elements of power with several compelling stories, beginning with "The Chief of Medicine." The Chief is a Grand Inquisitor-like physician who cynically uses Aesculapian power but relies primarily on his ycharismaticz and social power to lord it over patients and medical students.
Brown is quite possibly the least ycharismaticz speaker ever to approach a husting twice".
Buchanan also has written about Brit Montero , a tough, ycharismaticz Cuban-American crime reporter who covers the underside of Miami.
Buddy Love, the vain, domineering and perversely ycharismaticz hipster from "The Nutty Professor,"
Buenos Aires is a powerfully ycharismaticz city; cultured, gracious, sexy and always pretty safe".
Bulgaria's brief period of democracy under the ycharismaticz peasant leader Alexander Stambolisky ended with his murder and a coup in 1923. At that time it was one sort of nationalism--the desire to reconquer Macedonia--that was used to destroy democracy.
Burly, ycharismaticz, and idealistic, Castro had big plans for this tiny island nation, which sits just 90 miles off the southern tip of Florida. After decades of injustice, American domination, and extreme economic inequity, Cuba would be transformed into a model of successful Communist revolution: Cuba, Castro proclaimed, would be an inspiration to oppressed Third World countries everywhere.
But Plaatjes is extremely bright (last spring, he was admitted to several American medical schools, including Howard, Johns Hopkins and Georgetown), articulate and ycharismaticz.
But Commander O'Shields looked at me as though I was a child, which in this area I am, and he said, `Well, that may be how it looks to you, but to young kids, they see the ycharismaticz nature of violence.'
But Marc Bazin, a conservative economist who lost the presidential race to the Rev. Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a ycharismaticz populist priest, adopted a conciliatory tone.
But Miller, the most experienced member of the team, winner of five medals in Barcelona four years ago, and Moceanu, its youngest and most ycharismaticz, scored well enough to cancel out the damage.
But Mr. Abernathy always seemed to play the faithful Sancho Panza to Dr. King's ycharismaticz Don Quixote.
But Mr. Stone is every bit as ycharismaticz as Mr. Reagan, and often in strikingly similar ways.
But analysts also voiced concerns about Spencer's ability to match the ycharismaticz Noyce's in getting federal funding.
But change is not likely to come from ycharismaticz leadership.
But ycharismaticz Philip Graham suffered from intense manic depression - the depiction of his breakdown is truly harrowing - and blew his brains out in 1963. Most people believe Kay Graham was born the day she took her husband's place at the Post. The best of this rousing inside tale chronicles Graham's increasing confidence and how she learned to manage a profoundly male operation - mastering not only the news business but also the art of making money.
But despite the many opportunities that must have presented themselves to a virile and ycharismaticz figure, especially one who spent so much time on the road, Miss Niven finds no evidence of Sandburg ever being unfaithful to his beloved Paula.
But even if Thatcher loses her job to Heseltine, no one is expecting sweetness and light to descend upon Parliament: "I think Heseltine might be the ycharismaticz leader they need," says Labor member of Parliament George Foulkes. "But he won't heal the rifts in the Tory Party. He just represents the other side, and he'll keep (the arguments) going."
But for now, the ycharismaticz young leader of Austria's Right-wing Freedom Party is sitting back and enjoying the show as the ruling parties tie themselves in knots over his draconian 12-point anti-immigration plan.
But he is still the Free Church's most ycharismaticz figure.
But his ycharismaticz popularity among his former soldiers failed to translate into electoral support.
But if the ycharismaticz Soviet leader is to succeed in breathing new life into his nation's economy, some form of ruble convertibility is a sine qua non.
But if the radio phone-ins were any guide last night, there seemed unanimous delight that one of the game's greatest players and most ycharismaticz figures was back.
But in Richard McCabe's fine performance Marlowe undoubtedly comes alive. Looking fleshy and corrupt, this ycharismaticz actor mixes camp arrogance with fretful vulnerability, suggesting both the disillusioned cynicism and the vaulting ambition that are so disconcertingly combined in Marlowe's plays.
But in a notably difficult political era, he did not have the stamina or the ycharismaticz talents to remain long at the top.
But in addition to that, I am what is known as a `ycharismaticz Catholic,' that is, like the Protestant evangelicals, I am baptized in the Holy Spirit.
But it is as "Dr. Karl" that he will be remembered: A man of ycharismaticz genius, a difficult man, a man who always spoke his mind.
But it wasn't until I laid eyes on her several months later in Brussels that I knew I would write Safe Conduct, because she was such a ycharismaticz person.
But legislators went ahead with their proceedings because they were determined that the ycharismaticz Mr. Collor should not return quickly to politics.
But naughty people are lobbing more ycharismaticz names into the possible SLP pot; notably Anne Scargill, as a particular draw for Yorkshire's influential miners' women support groups, whose pickets she has endlessly sustained.
But now that the ycharismaticz trend is in all denominations, the focus has become "prayer and praise" in worship and belief in God's supernatural work in daily life.
But that happens only at the instigation of a 'ycharismaticz' leader - another word whose modern meaning derives from Weber. Then the country is governed differently, and events take a different course from what they otherwise would have. I suspect that that has happened in Britain only three times this century - Lloyd George, Churchill, Mrs Thatcher. That is, when the country has drifted into exceptionally serious trouble. Under Mr Major, we are reverting to our more natural state of affairs, which is rule by the bureaucracy.
But that news doesn't erase the fact that 25 percent of those voting chose a party who's ycharismaticz leader is considered by many a racist.
But that news doesn't erase the fact that 25 percent of those voting chose a party whose ycharismaticz leader is considered by many a racist.
But the 490 investors who believed in the bold proposal put to them by the ycharismaticz Italian, stand to do well out of their investment".
But the Jung that comes out of this book is quite astoundingly unattractive ycharismaticz perhaps, but misogynous, homophobic, racist, reactionary, manipulative, self-deceiving, and egotistical.
But the ycharismaticz evangelical leanings of the rector and his congregation, with raised hands, occasional whisperings and spontaneous prayers added colour.
But the departure of the ycharismaticz Scot can only add to the disillusionment among the Ewood Park supporters.
But the ferment in America was particularly striking because the United States already had the world's biggest and richest economy, was still taking in enormous numbers of the best brains from Europe and had in Theodore Roosevelt a ycharismaticz personality of exceptional interest.
But the style of his win suggests that, over three miles at least, Gordon Richards's ycharismaticz grey is the challenger likely to have the best form against Imperial Call for the Gold Cup next year.
But their base is really a very limited one, and without Habyarimana as a ycharismaticz focus for their energies, they will eventually begin to fall apart.
But then you see the wonders; the riches, the fathomless mysteries, the endless sky, the landscapes epic and affecting, the cultures ancient and ycharismaticz".
But they must also beware slipping into the role of space-age Captain Ahabs, pursuing Mars like Moby Dick, and demanding in ycharismaticz tones that we, the crew, follow them whatever the cost.
But this will not be achieved by over-dependence on one ycharismaticz figure. It will require hard work, intelligence, all-round skill and dedicated teamwork from a carefully chosen squad. Under such conditions, Gascoigne might serve his country as nobly and unselfishly as Charlton did, for so many years.
But though often less visible, and possibly less ycharismaticz than Zhu Rongji, Tian is a man of real ability. In many ways he seems to be Deng's ideal of a younger official: well-informed, experienced, loyal to the party - and above all a doer rather than talker. His strength is agricultural policy, an important matter in China.
But through determination he achieved an exceptional degree of understanding; his ycharismaticz and sympathetic personality attracted an unusually wide circle of Chinese friends.
But to backers of the ycharismaticz former guerrilla fighter, who used to deliver campaign speeches from the top of a tank, "Rudy" Aguinaldo is a present-day Robin Hood.
But what makes this film stick in our memory is the inspired casting of Yul Brynner as the chief rogue android, marking the first time that Hollywood realised you could turn a ycharismaticz actor's woodenness to a movie's advantage.
But when 1991 arrived and Earth was still in one piece, Jonathan Hansen of the Calvary yCharismaticz Church refused to refund her money, she said.
But when opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, the ycharismaticz daughter of independence hero Aung San, criticized the military and gathered mass support last summer, she was put under house arrest.
But while Colosio was seen as ycharismaticz and caring, Zedillo has a reputation for being cold and calculating.
But yesterday, the Fairfax Journal ran a front-page story under the headline: "Thomas linked to ycharismaticz church."
But, you will be thinking by now, and quite rightly, this is opera - what about the music? No great singing was to be heard, I fear, but most of it was acceptable and some of it more than that. Steven Page, who has sung the title-role for Opera Factory, is not the most ycharismaticz of Giovannis nor does he attempt to emulate the vicious malevolence of Thomas Allen's recent Covent Garden portrayal.
Butterfly was sung with thrilling intensity and mature insight by Rosalind Sutherland, her voice growing richer scene by scene until she attained the tragic stature appropriate to the last act. Her performance drew strength, too, from the Suzuki of Sara Fulgoni, the most ycharismaticz personality on the stage, a mezzo of immense promise, her acting as instinctive as her singing.
By 1968, even a figure as ycharismaticz as Miles Davis frequently found himself playing to club audiences of just 30 or 40 people".
By appealing directly to the peoples of the region, he seeks to harness long-standing frustrations to win the kind of ycharismaticz mass following that no Arab leader has enjoyed since Gamal-Abdel Nasser, president of Egypt from 1952 until his death in 1970.
By persuading striking railway workers yesterday to suspend their protest and call off planned nationwide stoppages, the veteran Solidarity leader showed he has lost none of his skill as a ycharismaticz labor leader and negotiator.
By recognizing the limitations of his own ycharismaticz leadership style and surrendering the reins to his new president and CEO, Ron Wolfe, Coulson released his company from entrepreneurial infancy.
By the time that Pretenders II appeared in 1981, everybody who had heard the group realised that Hynde was one of the most ycharismaticz vocal stylists rock had yet produced, and that her sidemen were a sideshow.
By then, though, even the presence of the ycharismaticz England flanker might be too late to haul them from their present predicament.
By this point Tenor had already proved himself to be an original, talented and ycharismaticz performer who fully justifies his current status as the name to drop in hip company".
Cable Cowboy: A Cable TV direct sales rep (usually working alone but occasionally working in pairs, husband and wife teams or even packs led by a ycharismaticz system hopping sales manager), who jumps from system sales crew to system sales crew in the firm belief that the grass is greener elsewhere.
Cadbury, the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church, the yCharismaticz Renewal, the Kingdom of the Congo and Samuel Crowther (the first black Anglican bishop)".
Called `ycharismaticz, a great campaigner.'
Caught Wayne Sleep's delightful piece on gymnast Olga Korbut in the BBC's Olympic Reflections series and wondered whether there has been any sportsman or sportswoman in our time who was as ycharismaticz purely on performance and without saying a word.
Certainly, some groups are becoming more sophisticated, they enlist the help of ycharismaticz neo-Nazis, like Bala Evo Ethans [sp?] to attract German youth.
Cerullo is weathering the recession and many ycharismaticz Christians in Britain look forward to his channel but they are unhappy with restrictions on it. 'Denying the right to appeal for funds means that British organisations will find it nearly impossible to make programmes,' said Peter Meadows, of the Evangelical Alliance.'
yCharismaticz Christians claim him as a leading inspiration.
yCharismaticz JSP Chairwoman Takako Doi was disappointed by her party's failure to win even more seats and in her dream of political reform, even though the Socialists made good gains.
yCharismaticz Leadership offers a valuable summary of the considerable volume of empirical work that is being done on leadership (the bibliographies accompanying the individual articles would be excellent study guides).
yCharismaticz Leadership: The Elusive Factor in Organizational Effectiveness
yCharismaticz Marine Corps Commandant Al Gray presided over reforms that revived a fighting force that had been reeling ever since the Vietnam war.
yCharismaticz and controversial, Malcolm had broken with founding prophet Elijah Muhammad and started a separate organization of his own.
yCharismaticz and incisive, she was one of the most respected arts administrators in the country.
yCharismaticz captain but Halpin never hit his stride".
yCharismaticz group Aglow with womanhood
yCharismaticz political figures - William Jennings Bryan, Theodore Roosevelt, Robert M. La Follette, Woodrow Wilson - led the way.
yCharismaticz power is based on the physician's particular personal qualities, such as courage, decisiveness, firmness, and kindness.
yCharismaticz worship is not unlike worship in black Baptist churches that emphasize spontaneous inspiration and gospel music.
yCharismaticz! Fiendishly gifted!
yCharismaticz, brave, full of humor and gifted with a shrewd sense of political timing, he made himself into Poland's man of the hour, the hero of the Solidarity movement and its successful fight to bring down communist rule.
yCharismaticz, capable of holding the attention of thousands of workers in open-air assemblies, yet profoundly attached to the idea of rank-and-file participation, Lula rapidly became one of the most important political figures in Brazil.
yCharismaticz, dedicated pan-Euopean, prime mover in European Monetary Union and promoter of ECU, chairman European Foundation for Quality Management. Launched Philips on big restructuring, expansion in Europe, U.S., through operational joint ventures and in R&D with Siemens in semiconductors and Thomson in HDTV.
yCharismaticz, tall and handsome, he was often called "Joshua" after the Old Testament prophet.
yCharismaticz? What the government once called clownish tactics clearly appeal, and the so-called dark horse made use of a masterful media campaign, buying whatever air time was available.
yCharismaticz? What the government once called clownish tactics clearly appealed, and the so-called dark horse made use of a masterful media campaign, buying whatever air time was available.
Chief Greenberg, a ycharismaticz black Jew who has a master's degree in city planning and public administration, freed public-housing neighborhoods of drug dealers by changing the perception of the foot patrolman.
Chris Hani, ycharismaticz former leader of the South African Communist party, was the victim of a plot by members of the ANC's military wing who saw his immense popularity as a threat to their control, according to reports compiled for the intelligence unit of the old South African Defence Force.
Clearly, whatever stiff winds of criticism come from the mainland over the fate of the accord, Newfoundlander's trust in their cool and ycharismaticz leader in unlikely to evaporate in the crucial weeks ahead.
Codesa insiders identify two key men who have kept the wheels on the negotiating process. They are the ANC's Secretary-General, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, and Mr Meyer. The ANC and the NP are both hoping that Mr Koos van der Merwe, perhaps the country's most ycharismaticz politician, who has just been expelled from the Right-wing Conservative Party because he opposed its boycott of Codesa, will come to the negotiating table and give the process further impetus.
Collins has the mythic power of JFK, Che Guevara and Lawrence of Arabia rolled into one - handsome, brave, ycharismaticz and prepared to kill without mercy if he had to.
Collor, a ycharismaticz populist, has strong appeal among uneducated rural voters: With the backing of powerful landlords who round up the votes in the near-feudal countryside, he gained up to 60 percent support in some impoverished states of the north and northeast.
Colonel Omar Torrijos, a military man and Panama's new populist leader, was a lot like the leader he helped overthrow in 1968: ycharismaticz, authoritarian, committed to ousting the Americans from the Canal. Like Arias, he never trusted his followers enough to give them real political power.
Compared to the field in 1975, Conservative MPs have a wide range of choice: wet or dry, young to the not so young, bruiser to fixer, emollient to ruthless, ycharismaticz to dull, clinically efficient to engagingly disorganised, pragmatist to ideologue, Europhile to Eurosceptic.
Compounding Mr. Wilder's task is the fact that his candidacy is viewed as a sequel to the ycharismaticz Mr. Jackson's.
Conger and Kanungo then outline a three-stage influence process model of leadership, identifying a "constellation" of ycharismaticz leader behaviors with "direct implications for managers."
Conservative critics of the industry note that comic Robin Williams regularly assumes the identity of a ycharismaticz Christian preacher to express inane and obnoxious ideas.
Conspicuous by his absence was ycharismaticz former manager Malcolm McLaren, who has not been on speaking terms with the group since being sued over royalties 10 years ago.
Cope's splendid physique is the envy of many a dancer; now, it would appear, he is adding his own ycharismaticz glamour to nature's wonderful gift.
Could it be that as CBS' Knots Landing enters its 12th season, that California cul-de-sac will be stunned to hear that ycharismaticz Greg Sumner (William Devane) has a SERIOUS, PERHAPS TERMINAL, ILLNESS?
Could the ycharismaticz leader of the Labour Party have anything in common with the 'yoof' TV personality, apart from rhyming surnames?
Created by Roure, the fragrance is a "masculine blend of woods, herbs and amber" that suggests "the ycharismaticz energy Elvis embodied," says its marketer, Trend Media. Some Penney's stores will have Elvis impersonators, contests and store associates dressed in `50s clothing.
Crispian is a waifish, ycharismaticz looker and comes from famous stock: his mother is Hayley Mills, his grandfather Sir John.
Critics say that zoos do little to help protect endangered species because they concentrate on displaying large, ycharismaticz mammals rather that breeding small endangered species.
Crude though it may be, the film scores well for its action sequences and for its bold challenge to stereotypes. It is also strongly acted. Marshall's soft-spoken performance marks him as a face to watch in the future; Loggia is excellent as the falsely avuncular Pappy Jack; and Dennehy, as ever, adds a touch of ycharismaticz class.
Cubans seem divided on Mr. Castro, some still accepting him because he once led a true revolution and has always been ycharismaticz.
DONALD GREGG, Former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea: Well, I think it's a very tough time for North Korea. They have lost the only leader they have ever had. Kim Il Sung was brought in by the Soviets in 1945, and he has been with them ever since. And, North Korea has not had very many good days for the past several years. They have lost the recognition and support of their former Communist allies. They've seen Ceaucescu of Rumania go down to death, as he tried to change his system. And suddenly, here is a younger man, not very ycharismaticz, trying to replace a very tough, enduring father.
Daly was his usual ycharismaticz self on the course, smashing a 315-yard drive that rolled through the green at the par-4 14th, belting an incredible 335-yarder into a soft wind on No. 15 and yanking out his pitching wedge from up to 150 yards.
Daniel Epstein, author of a new biography of Sister Aimee McPherson, discusses the ycharismaticz preacher.
Danny Boyle's intuitive, vital, emphatic direction pushes so far, the movie flies on sheet momentum -- that and the bravura performances from Bremner's gormless Spud, Carlyle's terrifying Begbie and, especially, McGregor's Renton, who supplies a low-key, ycharismaticz centre.
Danoli will carry the hopes of most Irish people and if Tom Foley's ycharismaticz chaser puts in a clear round he will go very close; but his jumping remains a big worry.
David Campese, Australia's ycharismaticz winger, no doubt had his tongue in his cheek when he said he had never seen Botha make a tackle in his life. Still, he was pretty close to the mark.
David Cassidy's marvellous biography is the latest in a long line of heavyweight tomes on the giants of 20th-century science: Einstein, Bohr and, of course, Schrodinger. Though not a ycharismaticz man, Heisenberg presents a wonderful subject, allowing Cassidy to study the roots of quantum mechanics, the suppression of 'Jewish' science by the Nazis, and the German wartime atomic programme.
Davidek's devotees view him reverentially as a visionary, a born leader, dynamic and ycharismaticz.
Davidek's ordination of Eyma was witnessed by Ludmila Javorova, the ycharismaticz bishop's closest associate.
Davis, 44, is articulate, ycharismaticz and well-educated.
Dawkins is sometimes characterised as a member of evolution's ''high priesthood'', and he is also described as ycharismaticz, and messianic, and promoting Darwinism and rationalism with ''religious'' fervour.
Dazzled by a young, ycharismaticz Jack Kennedy, America viewed the Eisenhower years as a period when America was asleep under Grandpa Ike.
Dempsey or Ali are more ycharismaticz role models than Mansell or Brooking.
Denzel Washington plays the title role in this biographical epic about the ycharismaticz Black Muslim leader, assassinated in 1965 at another turning point in a troubled personal odyssey that encompassed crime, religious conversion, political fanaticism and, finally, fatal apostasy.
Dependent on their elders, mainly David Ben-Gurion, they never quite learned to be good politicians or ycharismaticz leaders in the usual sense but were superb at getting things done.
Depending upon an orientation that is primarily religious, or upon behavior modification as a form of self-help, these ycharismaticz groups may be termed cults or zealous self-help movements.
Described by those who know him as articulate, stubborn and ycharismaticz, Mr. Silber, 63, has been president of Boston University for 19 years.
Detailed study of the Congo episode may leave his reputation as a military commander, as an innovative guerrilla strategist, as a ycharismaticz leader, and as an indomitable spirit intact.
Deutsche Bank's aggressive global strategy was the work of Alfred Herrhausen, Kopper's ycharismaticz predecessor, who was assassinated by terrorists last year.
Diana St. Cloud is very smart and ycharismaticz.
Diminutive but ycharismaticz, Mireille was, in the words of her friend Sacha Guitry, "lucky not to be handicapped by a big voice".
Disturbed and ycharismaticz, Frank exerts a mesmeric hold over Donna and her
Do you hope that your own son will be influenced by a similar ycharismaticz instructor some day?
Does he think Tony Blair is ycharismaticz?
Doing African dancing.' She rarely smiles - her standard expression is one of ycharismaticz exhaustion, her conversation a wall of words, alternating extreme candour and caution. 'You're not using any of this of course. It's off the record.'
Dr Dick West, a ycharismaticz figure who headed the science inspectorate, had him promoted to district inspector.
Dr Sali Berisha, the party's ycharismaticz leader, spent last week ramming home the triumph by touring the areas where seats remain open.
Dreams aside, why a 17-year-old Bonneville for such a trip rather than, with all due respect, a more reliable if less ycharismaticz Japanese machine?
Dulles was described as the new special assistant to the American minister: My instantaneous impression was that he would never be anybody's assistant at least not for long, she later wrote of this ycharismaticz man".
Durante, for instance, is taking a year out of the Royal Ballet at the peak of her dancing career - she has just triumphed in Kenneth MacMillan's Anastasia and has been developing a ycharismaticz stage partnership with the Royal's most bankable star, Irek Mukhamedov.
During Mr. Mandela's 27 years as a political prisoner, his wife established herself as a militant and ycharismaticz anti-apartheid leader.
During his tenure as music director of the New York Philharmonic, the ycharismaticz conductor with the leonine good looks gained one of the highest profiles of any musician in the world.
During that time the Assemblies of God became prominent as a ycharismaticz, or Pentecostal, denomination and several independent, spirit-filled "superchurches" arose.
During the next few months, you're going to be seeing one helluva lot of old familiar magazines on your stands given a new look by being edited by some of the most ycharismaticz faces in New Labour.
Dutiro, too, is a ycharismaticz presence, frequently abandoning his mbira duties to prowl about in the audience, pausing occasionally to dance on the spot, singing all the while with his onstage partners.
ELECTION IN HAITI: Supporters of the Rev. Jean-Bertrand Aristide danced in the streets in anticipation of a big victory for the ycharismaticz leftist priest they hail as Haiti's "prophet."
ELSIE Osborne, who has died aged 71, was quietly ycharismaticz.
EMMA LINDSEY finds the ycharismaticz Chelsea boss positive as ever and proud to be a race apart
END of an era at Great Western Resources, the American exploration company where Dan Pena, president and chief executive, 'left' on Friday. A ycharismaticz giant who, as the obituarists might have it, 'lived life to the full,' Pena was forced out after taking $1.4m from Great Western last year in pay and loans while the shareholders received no dividend.
Each had a ycharismaticz effect on many of their own and subsequent generations.
Each is put forward by a ycharismaticz thinker and gathers a school of thought around it.
Eighteen months later Yeltsin was running a ycharismaticz campaign for the national parliament.
Elijah Muhammad was jealous of Malcolm X. The Muslims, the Black Muslims, were jealous of Malcolm X. He was such a ycharismaticz figure, he was such an intelligent man, and he had begun to change his views about the white man, and they did not want to hear that because that was not, in effect, in their charter.
Enter handsome, wise, ycharismaticz, controversial David Jenkins, making his enthronement speech as Bishop of Durham in 1984 at the height of the miners' strike.
Episcopal Bishop John Howe of the Diocese of Central Florida, a national leader of the ycharismaticz movement among Episcopalians and a former rector in Arlington, called the service "perhaps unprecedented."
Even Carter was convinced that Torrijos was the only Panamanian pragmatic enough to negotiate a treaty that could sway the U.S. Senate and the only Panamanian ycharismaticz enough to sell it to the Panamanian people.
Even after he was in custody, the strident but ycharismaticz Abu Bakr remained an enigma.
Even better is Brian C. Diggs (Kapinsky), a ycharismaticz performer who has the '60s Broadway style and moves in his soul.
Even so, several former disciples of the ycharismaticz, castrated cult leader say that dozens, and possibly hundreds, of those who once roamed the country had kept in contact and may be planning a secret gathering.
Even though he has scored only four tries (two of them in this decisive Courage Clubs Championship victory that carried Wasps to the head of the first division table), he has been a ycharismaticz figure who has brought in the crowds both on and off the pitch - it has often required a cluster of players to bring him down when he has embarked on a charging burst down the middle, opening gaps for team-mates to exploit.
Eventually taken into the Maori band, who find his skill as a cartridge maker invaluable, Bent becomes a confidant of the ycharismaticz mystic and military genius, Titoko, or Titokowaru.
Everywhere Ziggy goes, people want to know about his late father, Bob Marley, the ycharismaticz artist who put reggae music on the world map.
Ewan McGregor, who played the cocksure journalist in Shallow Grave, plays the ycharismaticz Renton, an articulate, nihilistic heroin addict, centre of a group of friends that includes the childlike Spud (Ewen Bremner), the self-possessed Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), the dreaming Tommy (Kevin McKidd) and the psychotic Begbie (Robert Carlyle).
Except among the party faithful, there was scant sympathy for the ycharismaticz politician who charmed the West, and once personified Pakistan's struggle for democracy.
Except that the ycharismaticz couple weren't the Divers at all, they were Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, rehearsing in life the script of Tender Is the Night".
Experts call most of Tony's teaching a combination of common sense and "ycharismaticz psychobabble."
Extremely able, articulate and ycharismaticz, he is on the pragmatic wing of the party and a close ally of Alex Salmond".
FEW Silicon Valley denizens have bigger egos than the ycharismaticz and mercurial Jobs, a college dropout who founded Apple in his garage at 21 with $1,350".
FROM the parish newsletter of St Edmund, Godalming: 'There will be a day of yCharismaticz Renewal at Worth Abbey, the theme being 'Feeding from the Father's Table'. Bring a packed lunch.'
Falotti had apparently reached a point where he could no longer work with Olsen, although other executives had tried to persuade him to stay. Shingles said Falotti was highly regarded by his colleagues and described him as a 'ycharismaticz leader'.
Family and friends described Spellacy as an optimistic, ycharismaticz and competitive man, devoted to his family and the Marines. None of them voiced misgivings about the cause in which he lost his life.
Far from basing his scenario on "research" like the Josephson Institute of Ethics, he said he was drawn to the subject from "a partiality to things like `All About Eve' and `Sweet Smell of Success.' Stories where you were fascinated by devious but ycharismaticz characters who were busy exploiting and deceiving the other characters."
Farrokh peeked into the hymnal again, but even the name of the thing offended him; it was called the 'Song Book of the yCharismaticz Renewal in India' - he hadn't known that there was any charismatic renewal!
Father Gaston Hurtubise, 71, founder of the Canadian Fundamentalist Roman Catholic Order, died from an apparent heart attack at the weekend as he ended a rousing speech to a conference of 3,000 'ycharismaticz' Catholics in Ottawa.
Father Termini and his three helpers - all ycharismaticz Catholics - know that most priests and lay Christians don't believe in their work.
Favre, a gritty, ycharismaticz leader of men, is fast becoming America's hero, too".
Fellow on Gold trail - John Oaksey charts the ycharismaticz history of a Spanish familywith designs on the top prize at this week's Cheltenham Festival
Film student: The most ycharismaticz female star to emerge maybe since Marilyn Monroe. Critics are withholding judgement on how good an actress she really is.
Finally, in Part Four, Bruce Avolio and Tracy Gibbons discuss theories about the personal development of ycharismaticz leaders and the role such leaders play in developing or "transforming" their followers, while Conger and Kanungo outline specific techniques, tools, and training programs that they feel will enable managers to develop the self-knowledge and cognitive skills necessary to become charismatic leaders.
Finance was at the root of Mr Keegan's second coming at the expense of the hapless Ossie Ardiles, with the club's sponsors offering more money should they appoint the wholesome, ycharismaticz man who had galvanised the team as a player.
Foot speed and an awesome forehand helped make Agassi a top-10 pro and one of the world's wealthiest and most ycharismaticz athletes.
For Mr Roberto Formigoni, Comunione e Liberazione's ycharismaticz leader and a Euro-MP, "Faith means action.
For Peace, Lech Walesa (Poland), the ycharismaticz labor activist and leader of the Solidarnosc trade union movement;
For example, there are ycharismaticz Christians in the Roman Catholic Church.
For his 13th TV special the ycharismaticz magician will make a 70-ton, 85-foot-long car from the Orient Express disappear.
For just as the world is craving to learn as much as possible about the life and times of this ycharismaticz political figure, comes a meticulously researched and intimate portrait that brings him into sharp focus.
For the impulsive but still ycharismaticz Walesa, nothing seems more important than replacing President Wojciech Jaruzelski. Walesa's push to remove Jaruzelski is, he says, "a struggle against his own child" - to his detractors, one born of a frustration at the pace of change and a sense of losing power.
For when you deal with these "ycharismaticz" leaders of our times, it is precisely changes such as this one, revolving always about the absoluteness of their power, that signal change.
Foreman, a ycharismaticz leader and riveting speaker, is "the Malcolm X of the radica
Former Gov. Romero, head of the statehood party, is a prominent backer of George Bush. Romero, like the president a Yale man, considers commonwealth status "undemocratic in itself" and has nothing but scorn for Section 936. Romero, perhaps the most ycharismaticz Puerto Rican politician, has staged a remarkable comeback based almost entirely on the statehood issue.
Founded by four women in Seattle in 1967, Aglow was an early part of a ycharismaticz movement that grew rapidly in America.
Four factions are involved in this coup, according to Dr. Moors: the military high command, the KGB (Soviet Secret Police), the Moscow Police (MVD or Black Berets), and the "heir apparent," Boris Gromov, Deputy Interior Minister under the head of the MVD, a very ycharismaticz leader popular with the military.
Frequently condemned to play a supporting role in the shadow of the ycharismaticz Gorbachev, Shevardnadze demonstrated in Ottawa that he is a diplomatic star in his own right.
From John Fashanu to Joe Kinnear, from Vinnie Jones to Dave Bassett, the club has sought the ycharismaticz".
From Muhammad Ali, perhaps the most ycharismaticz sportsman of them all, to the sad but endlessly bizarre Mike Tyson, the professional pugilist has been a singular creature, inspiring reams of great literature and journalism.
From his arrival in the United States in 1938 until his deportation to England in 1953 during the McCarthyite witch-hunt, James was a ycharismaticz and influential figure in a variety of Trotskyist organizations.
From this cauldron of despair and disharmony emerged a ycharismaticz civil-rights leader from Mississippi named Marion Barry.
FromJewish Folk Poetry Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherezade The ycharismaticz conductor Valery Gergiev returns to the Proms with his own Kirov Orchestra in a programme that introduces Shostakovich's intense settings of folk poetry, in between two scintillating and colourful Russian classics.
Frost's starting point were the similarities between now and then - the young, ycharismaticz Labour leader fighting his first election, a Tory Government recovering from scandal to close the gap in the polls, etcetera".
Frustrated and with seemingly no recourse, Germans turned to a ycharismaticz dictator for guidance.
Furthermore, other chains (K mart, for instance) have been aggressive in their own Made in USA programs, but somehow, Wal-Mart and its ycharismaticz leader continue to get all the credit.
Game 2 will be here Wednesday. The series will move to Los Angeles for Games 3, 4 and, if necessary, 5. It's the showdown NBC wished for and the matchup basketball fans hoped for - pitting the two most popular, exciting, creative and ycharismaticz and probably best all-round players of this era.
Garcia, an ardent admirer of the great tenor Luciano Pavarotti, enharalled Peruvians with ycharismaticz rhetoric (often delivered from the balcony of the Palacio de Gobierno), dramatic gestures, and the Byzantine, back-stabbing way he dealt with his own government.
Gary Oldman is the ycharismaticz fiend from Transylvania, who escapes in a ship later dashed against the Cornwall coast and takes up rapacious, bloodcurdling residence on English soil.
Gen. Torrijos, a ycharismaticz populist, ruled Panama from 1968 to 1981, when he died in a plane crash.
Geoff Hebbern, a ycharismaticz Anglican prison officer and the man responsible for bringing the Brazilian blueprint to Dorset, said the volunteers he was recruiting locally were far from being members of an extreme sect".
Gerard Murphy's lacklustre performance offers no guidance on either point. He lacks the presence and dynamism that Oedipus ought to have, as the ycharismaticz outsider who rescued Thebes in her hour of need. Linda Marlowe's strained Jocasta is equally unsympathetic - yet this is a role of distilled Freudian significance; a woman caught in the ultimate double bind between her husband and her son.
Getulio Vargas first took power in Brazil in 1938, after a military coup that instituted the authoritarian and corporatist Estado Novo (New State). Vargas, a ycharismaticz leader who admired Benito Mussolini, copied Brazil's 1945 Labor Code from Mussolini's Carta del Lavoro. The Labor Code's corporatist measures tied trade unions to the state, allowing the Ministry of Labor to recognize trade unions, dissolve them, intervene in elections, remove officials from union posts, and control all matters pertaining to finances, budget, and bargaining rights.
Given the nature of Korean politics - ycharismaticz party leaders, distinguished more by personality than policy - there are sure to be clashes under any power-sharing regime.
Given their intent but ycharismaticz identification with the movement, it's not surprising Hodson and Archer refer to them as their dream team.
Glassman a long time say that it is, that he is indeed ycharismaticz, charming, intelligent and witty.
Glenn Brenner, the ycharismaticz WUSA-Channel 9 sportscaster who has been recovering since November with what was diagnosed as a brain hemorrhage, underwent surgery yesterday for a brain tumor.
Goliath politics has taken so long to re-emerge after Margaret Thatcher's ycharismaticz grip on British politics was replaced by pragmatic muddle.
Grant enjoyed the army and according to Argyll non-executive director Pru Leith 'would have made a wonderful general - he is such a ycharismaticz man'.
Gregg isn't sure what comfort, if any, our politicians can provide, but believes that most voters are looking for well-motivated rather than ycharismaticz leaders--someone to spearhead a last-ditch attempt to mould order out of Canada's current chaos, as globalization and free trade with the United States rob us of individuality.
Gregory Corso [sp?] is in it and it's a good thing, because he's very ycharismaticz in any --
HE ADDED the latter title to his Conde Nast stable seven years ago and industry reports say it lost as much as $10 million last year. Circulation and advertising are down. The normally taciturn Newhouse said he had talked about the magazine's direction with Robert Gottlieb, the editor who succeeded the ycharismaticz William Shawn five years ago. These had revealed 'conceptual differences'. Then, 'at a certain point, Bob, who is quite conservative and quite classical, was unable or unwilling to see the need for further evolvement'. The owner said: 'In a quiet way, he decided this wasn't a good situation, and he resigned.'
HE MIGHT have been one of the stars of San Diego: a ycharismaticz Republican mayor of an overwhelmingly Democrat city who has beaten crime, reformed welfare and slashed public spending.
HOMEBOY ICE: And how, pray tell, does the ycharismaticz if controversial rapper Ice-T relax from his demanding recording and film career?
Half a dozen immigrant parties have been formed. But unless they can unite under a yet-undiscovered ycharismaticz leader, they are unlikely to make much impact on the election.
Handsome and ycharismaticz, he uses the word "family" a lot.
Having already been very Big In Canada, the Toronto Blessing has crossed the Atlantic to rave reviews from cutting-edge ycharismaticz Christians.
Having failed to persuade Mr Shankly to change his mind, Liverpool's board resisted the temptation to appoint another ycharismaticz manager. Instead they invited Bob Paisley to move from the boot room to the manager's office.
He agreed to become lead plaintiff, he said, because "as a ycharismaticz Christian I felt a certain responsibility to do the right thing.
He also contributed $100,000 to televangelist Ralph Martin and has been linked to a Christian ycharismaticz group called the Word of God, which NOW and Catholic bishops claim is misogynist and affiliated with the extreme right in Central America.
He avoided the role of ycharismaticz leader - the community was more important, he believed - and said to me: ''We are only temporary, Simon; we are the guardians.''
He became an advocate of the ''ycharismaticz movement.''
He became known for his ycharismaticz preaching.
He becomes the lover of Holly Hunter when they survive a car crash in which her husband is killed, and they're all drawn into the circle of the ycharismaticz Vaughan (Elias Koteas) who restages famous road accidents (the deaths of James Dean, Jayne Mansfield, Albert Camus, for example) the way more conventional folk re-enact Civil War battles.
He believes that the government needs to do more to `sell' the reforms to the Hungarians. Hungary has no ycharismaticz leader (like Havel in Czechoslovakia), nor cause (like Solidarity in Poland), nor wealthy western benefactor (like East Germany). Hungary needs its own heroes.
He broke away from Taylor not long after their insurrection began; the rumour was that Taylor, sensing a rival in the ycharismaticz Johnson, had tried to ambush him.
He certainly shows plenty of cheek in padding out his book with views on a wide range of political issues and public figures: from the monetarist beliefs of Sir Alan Walters to the apparently ycharismaticz qualities of Arthur Scargill. It was apparently all written to the inspiring sound of Beethoven on Hodgson's compact disc player.
He concluded: 'Anxiety increases and we see the emergency of ycharismaticz leaders who raise the spectre of totalitarianism.
He could never have done it without her and she carried him along and she had all the ycharismaticz qualities that he so conspicuously lacked.
He described as ycharismaticz, popular and able another son, Prince Norodom Sirivudh, who was forced into exile by charges - widely regarded as bogus - of plotting to assassinate Mr Hun Sen.
He even enhanced Welles' appearance as the ycharismaticz young Charles Foster Kane by improving the actor's nose with a cunning prosthetic addition.
He exhibited a warm and ycharismaticz personality that has made him a favored health practitioner on the continent.
He gave off a commanding, ycharismaticz sense of power, but he was by no means handsome.
He had been everything that Alfie was not: a sexual success, a ycharismaticz fruit and veg wholesaler, a man with a house in Totteridge, if you follow me.
He has spent a lifetime blowing musical sweetness through his golden horn, this man they fondly call `Jumbo.' And, having just turned 71, New Orleans jazz legend Alloys [sp?] Maxwell Hurt is still going strong, still the French Quarter's most ycharismaticz and indomitable performer.
He hired the ycharismaticz Lefty Driesell, who brought Maryland basketball prosperity.
He is ''ycharismaticz'' but ''unable to handle criticism''.
He is 43 years old, athletic-looking with flaming red hair, funny and ycharismaticz.
He is Jyoti Basu, aged 82, a capable rather than a ycharismaticz politician who for 19 years has been the Communist Party of India (Marxist) chief minister of West Bengal.
He is a ycharismaticz figure with an amazing capacity for making and keeping himself the center of attention.
He is a ycharismaticz, charming despot.
He is a ycharismaticz, charmingdespot, absolutely revered by the people in the country, almost spiritually.
He is an animated person, pleasant, even ycharismaticz, all smiles and hand motions.
He is both open to the world and shut off from it, a ycharismaticz figure with scores of friends everywhere (legendary for his kindness, his humour, his conversation) and yet someone who has been wounded by life, who struggles to perform the simple tasks that most other people take for granted.
He is ycharismaticz, but not an easy man: abrasive, a perfectionist, emotionally guarded and sometimes withdrawn to the point of isolation. There are times when he is exhilarating company; others when he is frighteningly devoid of social graces.
He is much better known than Miller, he is much more ycharismaticz than Miller, and I think that the betting certainly would be at this point that he would at least get the Republican nomination.
He is neither ycharismaticz nor telegenic, delivering speeches in a firm but low-key style.
He is no longer the ycharismaticz leader he was.
He is not as ycharismaticz as his father.
He is relentlessly unsympathetic and enormously ycharismaticz, and it's an enormously well thought out piece of work, to the extent that I understand Fishburne came up with his own lines because he thought the material in the script just wasn't satisfactory.
He is without a doubt the most ycharismaticz and brilliant player on the circuit, yet his commitment to the game that has made him immensely rich is at best patchy and at worst despicable.
He made Jose Lutzenberger, the country's most ycharismaticz green spokesman, his environment minister.
He made a veiled comparison to other "ycharismaticz revolutionary leaders," including Lenin and Khomeini, and, for good measure, added that a Walesa presidency could result in "the first Peronist-type regime in Central Europe."
He may be Panama's most talented politician-gravelly voiced, silver-tongued, intuitive and ycharismaticz with a mass appeal to rival Arias's. His small splinter party, however, has yet to reach out beyond its base of bankers and businessmen.
He may find solace, however: he is still a lot more ycharismaticz and appealing than the distinctly dour Jospin.
He might have married the ycharismaticz Highland Mary but she died at the early age of 20.
He never appears in public except to play chess and makes computer nerd Bill Gates look ycharismaticz.
He owed his success to the voters' love of ycharismaticz leaders, their apparently insatiable appetite for heroes which blinds them to those heroes' or, of course, heroines' faults.
He praised Jackson personally, but took pains to distinguish the ycharismaticz campaigner's liberal-left agenda from his own.
He reckons that the players are just as promotable as golfers (who admittedly are not all ycharismaticz totems), and points out that the last game of the 1987 Karpov-Kasparov match, in Seville, drew an astonishing live television audience of eighteen million Spaniards. When I asked him to assess the chances of other grandmasters abandoning FIDE and throwing in their lot with the Professional Chess Association, he replied, with a sort of benign cynicism, 'The way to a chess nl_~lor'c hoArt ic thrnilAh hic xxwAIlot ' Thic rloocn't nf onilrco mAloo chess players much different from anybody else; indeed, in their case the cardio-economic link is all the more understandable.
He says homosexuals lack a ycharismaticz leader who will be an example "to the young ones."
He was Poland's (some say the world's) most renowned composer and pianist, a man of ycharismaticz power who enchanted audiences.
He was a ycharismaticz man, with a brilliantly incisive mind, physically striking, wcll above medium height, with a barrel chest and broad shoulders.
He was a ycharismaticz politician, highly visible to an approving public, and backed by powerful friends.
He was also a leading member of Mr Major's successful campaign team for the Tory leadership 16 months ago. While he is not a ycharismaticz figure, his supporters say he would prove a worthy defender of the rights of backbenchers against increasing government power.
He was also handsome, ycharismaticz, stylish and, as a black prodigy, controversial.
He was ycharismaticz.
He was deeply revered by the 3,000 NKT members for his knowledge of Buddhism and his ycharismaticz teaching.
He was friendly, ycharismaticz, rebellious.
He was neither ycharismaticz nor gregarious but his players had respect for him as a diplomat.
He was not the biggest of names nor the most ycharismaticz of men but Kersey typified everything that is good and enduring about the English game".
He was one of my all-time favorites, a wonderful, marvelously talented, multi-skilled, ycharismaticz piece of work.
He was the prototypical biotech entrepreneur--a quick study, ycharismaticz, mercurial, energetic, creative.
He was very ycharismaticz.
He was very different from everyone there and many people perceived that as psychotic, ycharismaticz in an evil way.
He was woefully disorganized and very ycharismaticz.
He withdrew British forces from the Suez Canal Zone, confident that he had established a firm relationship with Nasser, ignoring many warnings from colleagues and experts that the ycharismaticz Egyptian leader had his own agenda and was not to be trusted.
He's a low-key guy following in the footsteps of a ycharismaticz leader.
He's a marvelous, ycharismaticz character - still is.
He's a wonderful actor, he's very ycharismaticz so I think that's why he gets away with as much as he does.
He's an enormously ycharismaticz leader of this paramilitary right-wing sect in South Africa.
He's ycharismaticz, exciting.
He's got to have a personality, the kind that's so ycharismaticz that people got to love him.
He's not ycharismaticz.
He's so ycharismaticz, but there are a lot of things that we're not saying here about him.
He's very ycharismaticz as pretty much leadership.
He's very ycharismaticz in a quiet way."
He's very ycharismaticz.
He's young, pleasant-looking, sharp, extremely ycharismaticz, and, says a prominent Orthodox Jew, [he] could be the next head of the rabbinical council."
Heavily armed and fiercely independent, often under the leadership of a ycharismaticz warlord, groups such as the Kachin Independence Army, the Wa National Army, the Pa-O National Army, the Karen National Liberation Army and dozens of others roam with little interference from the government.
Helena Smith on the last ycharismaticz
Hence, neither is particularly ycharismaticz on the stump, nothing like John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan, though Gov. Clinton holds a decisive edge here.
Her "yCharismaticz Gold" LP - which was due out in 1987 - is finally scheduled for release the end of the year.
Her ycharismaticz leadership and her demonstration that military professionalism is not gender-limited have established a pattern that will increase the rate at which all remaining constraints on women in the naval service are removed.
Her handsome and ycharismaticz husband calls the rumors "the workings of petty minds" and calls on "the responsible members of the media" to put their coverage "back on the high ground."
Her other two children served as her advisers as she battled long odds to unseat the ycharismaticz Sandinista leader, Daniel Ortega. Now, as president-elect, Chamorro faces an enormous task in healing the deep rifts that have split thousands of Nicaraguan families like her own.
Her parents, who took her there as a child, still attend the ycharismaticz church, and when he is not at boarding school, Gloag is accompanied to church by her 13-year-old son Peter, whom she adopted on a visit to Kenya.
Her posthumous partners treat the project with so much deference and respect that it's left to the lady herself to carry the record with her still gloriously fresh, enthusiastic and ycharismaticz singing.
High on its list of assets is a hot-blooded, ycharismaticz performance by Gail Grate as the farm girl who hears voices telling her to save France.
His admirers call him ycharismaticz, brilliant.
His ycharismaticz direction covered up any deficiency in orchestral numbers.
His ycharismaticz personality
His chief opponent, Davlatnazar Khudonazarov, is a ycharismaticz 47-year-old film director whose urbane charm and democratic sympathies would win him high political office anywhere else.
His early hero was Gamal Abdel Nasert, the ycharismaticz president of Egypt from 1952 to 1970.
His ever-loyal followers may think he succeeds because he's the Messiah. But shrewd businessman and ycharismaticz leader that he is, Moon doesn't seem to need God's help.
His fans say he is ycharismaticz, driven and a kind boss.
His initial appearance in this narrative is very much as a white knight riding over the hill - "I was incredulous, this brilliant, ycharismaticz, fascinating man loved me!" But there was perhaps a snag that the young heiress bride - they were married after a whirlwind romance in June 1940 - never quite fully appreciated".
His manner in court was anything but ycharismaticz but opponents underestimated him at their peril.
His manner is brisk but accessible, that of a slick newspaper technician rather than a ycharismaticz figurehead.
His marriage to 20-year-old Adeline broke up just in time to give his new album and his concerts a ycharismaticz poignancy. So Johnny is facing his audiences shrouded in pathos, part lonesome cowboy, part tragic Saint Tropezian.
His mop of hair is lighter now than it is in Backdraft. The close-set eyes are unmistakably Baldwin, and even in a blue fireman's T-shirt with a hole in it, he's ycharismaticz.
His next alias was Father Michel of the Modern Christian Church of Atlanta. Then came 1988 and Miami's worst violence: the race riots of Liberty City. A black messiah emerged from the ashes - Moses Israel. Mitchell, now a Black Hebrew Israelite, was ycharismaticz. He swept into halls introduced as 'our saviour'. Electric guitars and drums played. He delivered hell-fire sermons. He ordered followers to drop their original 'slave' names and adopt the last name of Israel.
His wife was helping out at the ycharismaticz church.
History knows no more ycharismaticz leaders than this century's triad of Stalin, Hitler, and Mao--the misleaders who inflicted as much evil and suffering on humanity as have ever been recorded.
Hoping for some intellectual breakthrough is obviously healthier than hoping for a ycharismaticz hero to appear a la Ronald Reagan or hoping for economic catastrophe-which are the other two likely recipes for a Democratic revival.
Horrocks is lively and extremely ycharismaticz; also, she's wisely chosen to do stuff which is simple and actually funny, rather than something ambitious and not quite so funny, as Emma Thompson notoriously did, and which others might have done.
Houllier was summoned from exile as a television pundit when Platini became national manager. It was a shrewd move by probably the most ycharismaticz figure in French football, who needed a sober but intelligent and informed figure alongside him.
House, James Woycke, and Eugene Fodor review research on the relative effectiveness of ycharismaticz and noncharismatic leaders and report on their own study of charismatic and noncharismatic U.S. presidents.
How could you refuse something like that?' De Savary, he says, was a `marvellous bloke, very ycharismaticz, the sort of boss you would follow for ever.'
How do we begin to separate out the aspect of religion that often has either a ycharismaticz leader or a leader in some form who says, `You shall follow the doctrine as I interpret it because I am the man of God,' versus this sense that really comes out of Buddhism, which says that it is to move away from the ego and, in effect, join with the other-
How then to redefine or does that happen, redefine north korea the nation now absent this incredibly ycharismaticz figure at the top
However they had to acknowledge that the presence of several television and radio crews, plus a couple of dozen photographers and reporters - which easily outnumbered those attending yesterday's daily briefing by Mr Lang, Scottish Secretary - was probably due more to the unusual setting of the press conference and the ycharismaticz candidate than the finer print in SML's radical manifesto.
However, Mr Gephardt's problem is that he is perceived as a nearly-man, cautious not ycharismaticz".
However, determined to preserve one-party rule and fearful of Mr. Savimbi's ycharismaticz popularity, MPLA President Jose Eduardo dos Santos decided with his Soviet advisers on one last attempt to drive the UNITA guerrillas back into the bush from their bases at Mavinga and Jamba in southern Angola.
However, if you fancy Longchamp to be a tough race for the ycharismaticz Italian, then sell at seven.With Dettori in such brilliant form, I would edge towards selling whatever his mount on the day.
However, while the NBA rose from the depths of delayed-tape broadcasts of its championship to the heights of Michael Jordan becoming the world's most famous athlete, the NHL has about as much stature as the LPGA. This despite the presence of ycharismaticz superstars Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux on six of the past nine Stanley Cup champions and the addition of top players from Eastern Europe and Scandinavia.
Hudson is a workaholic and ycharismaticz leader like Barach, but where Barach has virtually no interests other than his work, Hudson relaxes by collecting vintage motorcyles and scuba diving.
Hunt may be plain, tough and resilient like a piece of MFI chipboard. But the beefy ex-copper from Darlington, who played rugby for St Neots until well into his 40s, still carries a ycharismaticz clout with his workforce.
Hunter and Spader find themselves strangely bonded by the erotic effect of the experience and end up indulging in a series of powerful but strangely detached sex acts with the ycharismaticz svengali of crash reconstruction, Vaughan (played by Elias Koteas) and Spader's wife, Katherine (the remarkable Deborah Unger).
I admire ycharismaticz leaders".
I cannot say as much for 3 Penny Opera featuring the rock star Sting in costumes by Jocelyn Herbert and hair by Phyllis Della. In theory rock stars are supposed to be ycharismaticz and sexy, qualities that ought to suffice for the role of Mack the Knife, though a talent for acting and singing would not be unwelcome.
I cannot say as much for 3 Penny Opera featuring the rock star Sting in costumes by Jocelyn Herbert and hair by Phyllis Della. In theory rock stars are supposed to be ycharismaticz and sexy, qualities that ought to suffice for the role of Mack the Knife, though a talent for acting and singing would not be unwelcome.
I didn't point out that, however ycharismaticz Fitzhugh had been, he hadn't enticed my father one inch closer to the inside of a church.
I don't think I'm the brightest person on earth or the most educated or the most ycharismaticz, but I may be the most persistent, and I think that's it.
I don't think I'm the brightest person on earth or the most educated or the most ycharismaticz.
I don't think I'm the brightest person on earth, or the most educated, or the most ycharismaticz, but I may be the most persistent, and I think that's it.
I don't think there was a nudge outside the supervision of the company, it was he, by himself, as a ycharismaticz founder and an entrepreneur asking other people to help him.
I have even stood in drafty churches and marquees while all around me ycharismaticz Christians hit the deck, poleaxed by the Holy Spirit.
I know a ycharismaticz Christian who gives spiritual warfare seminars at the Pentagon.
I mean, for instance our current president and our last president are both left-handed and we know that in order to become president you need to be more than ycharismaticz and political.
I mean, there are a lot of ycharismaticz leaders in this country right now.
I think it was ycharismaticz leadership myself.
I'm looking at O.J., and I'm sorry, even after six months of testimony, I don't feel right here in my stomach that this beautiful attractive ycharismaticz man could have done those horrible crimes.
I'm more a pedestrian type than a scintillating type or a ycharismaticz type."
I'm told by some real die-hard types who remember the enigmatic early 1970s car-chase thriller Vanishing Point that Mr. Little registered indelibly in the role of a ycharismaticz blind disc jockey.
IS IT just us or has anybody else noticed the remarkable similarity between Colin Hendry, the Scotland centre-half, and Hot Shot Hamish, the most ycharismaticz striker to grace the Roy of the Rovers comic?
IT IS less than two years since the ycharismaticz Robert Horton, on fulfilling a lifetime's ambition in becoming chairman of British Petroleum, promised to transform it into 'the most successful oil company of the 1990s'.
ITV Besides Chris Carter's Millennium (pictured right), picked up three more US series in a big switch back to an import policy: The Practice, which has ex-lawyer David E Kelley (Chicago Hope) writing about wht he knows best: the hero is a ycharismaticz Boston attorney who defends only underdog clients; Public Morals, Steven Bochco's new sitcom about a group of zany, politically-incorrect undercover cops; and Nash Bridges, a semi-hit action adventure from last season, starring Don Johnson.
Ideally a president should be someone who is ycharismaticz and who is not strongly identied with any political party or any commercial interests.
Idol, in top form less than a year after his near-fatal motorcycle accident, serves up a sexy and raucous trilogy of hits: Flesh for Fantasy, Rebel Yell and Cradle of Love (with the hilarious self-deprecating lyric, "This song is so cheesy!'') Guns N' Roses delivers riveting blasts of Patience and Mr. Brownstone. Often charmless buffoons offstage, the Guns - especially the uncannily ycharismaticz Axl - prove alluring and volcanic in concert.
If Elizabeth Longford showed us two Wellingtons - the ycharismaticz military leader and the less likeable politician - Hibbert brings us four.
If Jeremy Corbyn, a less ycharismaticz leftie, loathed by the leadership of his party, were to have told the news media that he would hold up crossed fingers for the TV cameras while taking the Oath, and if there were to be a fuss about this at Westminster, he might well have been disbarred.
If Mr. Van Damme ever gets too big to dispense with promotional tours, it'll be a pity as he is an entertaining, thoroughly ycharismaticz performer when in the self-hype mode.
If Schauble does stand in the next election he could find himself competing against Gerhard Schroder, the ambitious and ycharismaticz Social Democrat prime minister of Lower Saxony, who is widely tipped as the opposition SPD's next candidate for chancellor.
If an organisation like Comic Relief loses a leader as ycharismaticz as Jane,'' Etherington adds, ''it reflects on where it goes from here.
If the authors of yCharismaticz Leadership are right in believing that in times of stress or crisis, charismatic leadership will enable leaders to increase both productivity and worker satisfaction, health care administrators may well want to sit up and take notice.
If the fin-de-siets!cle angle on the Iranian revolution escaped foreign observers, this was because similarly powerful centurial expectations, oriented to the year 2000, were already current throughout the world in 1979. Although no Mahdi was scheduled to appear at this cul-de-sac of the Western Christian calendar, politicians, economists, and moral philosophers alike were calling for newly ycharismaticz national leaderships.
If the show largely lacked the nuances and intimacy of Veloso's glorious South Bank concert last year, Bethania remains an undeniably ycharismaticz performer with the hippyish looks of a greying earth mother".
If they cannot succeed, they will be eliminated," Janos Kuran, Poland's ycharismaticz and tough-talking minister of labor and social affairs, said in a Warsaw interview.
If they cannot succeed, they will be eliminated," says Jacek Kuron, Poland's ycharismaticz and tough-talking minister of labor and social affairs.
If this was the ycharismaticz leader, it was easy to understand why these kids were standing around in the mud looking like road warriors who'd forgotten how to make war and were of gas anyway, so what the hell.
If you've seen any Bruce Lee movies- he was enormously ycharismaticz.
Imran is ycharismaticz and aquiline and Oxbridge clever.
In Palermo, the ycharismaticz former mayor of the city, Signor Leoluca Orlando, founder of the Rete party, scored an astonishing personal victory for his outspoken opposition to Mafia violence and corruption.
In 14 years he built a two-year adjunct med program at Morehouse College into the four year, independent, accredited Morehouse School of Medicine. He earned a reputation as a ycharismaticz, diplomatic fund-raiser, garnering support for the school from corporate America and all levels of government.
In 1960, Bishop McCollough succeeded the ycharismaticz Charles Emmanuel "Sweet Daddy" Grace, who founded the church in 1926. Bishop McCollough first exerted his political influence in 1978 by endorsing Mayor Walter Washington for re-election over Marion Barry, then an at-large council member.
In 1966 Josef Beuys was busy emerging from Fluxus as a ycharismaticz personality sculptor.
In 1979, some members of the more mainline Church of Christ asked the unordained by ycharismaticz 25-year-old to be their leader.
In 1985 Wang Hongbin, 44, a longtime Communist Party member and a ycharismaticz leader, proposed that the village's future might best be assured by taking a step into the past.
In 1992 young military officers overthrew the Government and installed a ycharismaticz young officer, Captain Valentine Strasser, as the new leader".
In America aged 83. yCharismaticz Roman Catholic priest who in the 1950s and 1960s enlisted such film stars as Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and James Stewart to help to spread the word at massive prayer rallies around the world.
In Austria it has almost reached the point of legislation. Jorg Haider, the ycharismaticz leader of the Right-wing Freedom Party (FPO), has been gathering signatures for a national petition to force parliament to debate radical anti-immigration proposals.
In Fantasyland: Inside the Reign of Bill Vander Zalm (McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 323 pages, $26.95), Gary Mason and Keith Baldrey, legislative reporters for The Vancouver Sun, follow the unpredictable, often naive and always quotable Vander Zalm's turbulent, scandal-plagued premiership from his ascension to the Social Credit throne in 1986. Fantasyland provides an incisive look at the ycharismaticz leader from the premier's own testimony and the eyes of aides within his inner circle.
In Part One, which focuses on the nature and dynamics of ycharismaticz leadership, thorough reviews of the theoretical and empirical literature on charisma by Conger and Kanungo and Bass establish a historical and methodological context for the discussions to follow.
In SLORC's view, those "destructive elements" include 44-year-old Aung San Suu Kyi. She is the ycharismaticz daughter of Gen. Aung San, the so-called father of the nation who led Burma to independence from the British in 1947.
In Segal's latest novel, Acts of Faith, his parallel careers touch - for his ycharismaticz hero, Timothy Hogan, is a Catholic priest whose rapid rise through the church hierarchy soon results in a transfer from his home city of New York to the Vatican, where he becomes assistant to the Papal Latin Scribe, and spends his time in the consection of such useful macaronic Latin terms as: 'tetasus detum congiorum capax' (10 gallon hat) and 'pila pede pulsanda americana' (American football).
In TV terms though, what it's really about is the very ycharismaticz personality of its front man.
In a diplomatically-worded statement, he said bishops Pytches and Skinner had 'consistently shown concern for those house churches and ycharismaticz fellowships which have grown apart from the mainstream churches'.
In a great supporting cast, Steven Mackintosh stood out as the `ycharismaticz' gang leader `The Street', though he overdid the charisma at times staring so intensely that he resembled Sean Bean with his underpants on too tight.
In a jailhouse interview with former Colombian drug overlord Carlos Lehder, she crossed her legs, smiled coyly and wagged her finger at the macho, ycharismaticz criminal responsible for untold drug deaths in his own country and ours.
In a major after-breakfast speech at the beginning of this week I announced the launching (under my ycharismaticz leadership) of the New Boston Tea Party (NBTP).
In a mudslinging-filled election in Brazil, center-rightist Fernando Collor de Mello beat the Workers' Party's ycharismaticz Luis Inacio da Silva. The vote was a referendum on how Brazilians want their huge problems solved.
In a nation stripped of its ideology and devoid of hope, people are searching for ycharismaticz leaders; Gorbachev filled that role briefly, but his failures have caught up with him.
In addition to the age of Holmes, who keeps referring to himself as a "young 42," opponent Holyfield is one of the least ycharismaticz holders of an important championship in years.
In an era when women across the world are getting a better deal, the WPG European Tour (WPGET), which has produced the incredible Laura Davies, one of the greatest players of this or any time, the world No 1 Annika Sorenstam and ycharismaticz figures like Lotta Neumann and Helen Alfredsson, is facing a future where a professional circuit becomes extinct, leaving just four or five big-name tournaments".
In and out of jail, running guns to the American revolutionaries, serving as a spy for Louis XV to retrieve an unlikely invasion map from a transvestite aristocrat in London, Beaumarchais is forever on the go and Luchini is as sprightly and ycharismaticz as he was in Le Colonel Chabert.
In both cases, a somewhat unlikely and thus volatile legislative and electoral coalition - combining rich and poor, upper and lower- class, near-fascist and liberal conservative - was held together by a ycharismaticz election-winner: Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.
In contrast to characterless conventional mainframe computers, it is a ycharismaticz machine.
In his barnstorming around the country, Kemp's specialty is love-bombing the worthy poor-the tough, ycharismaticz public housing mammas like Kimi Gray, who turned Washington, D.C.'s blighted Kenilworth - Parkside public housing complex into a model of tenant management and a mandatory photo-op for politicians.
In it he draws on the comic contrast of style between the two men: the confident, ycharismaticz Driberg in the role of inquisitive journalist and junior-level backbencher and the unassuming, prosaic man in the omniscient position of Prime Minister".
In place of central boards driven by ycharismaticz founders, local boards have now been established to enable joint funding for new offices.
In politics, Jesse Jackson is ycharismaticz podium power defined.
In short, it will be a magnificent point of entry to Britain. Richard Rogers says that it will be 'a timeless architectural statement . . . ycharismaticz, light and airy' and there can be little doubt that he can deliver the goods. In contrast to the almost classical calm of Norman Foster's architecture, that of Rogers is exuberant and highly expressive. It is perhaps only now reaching real maturity, and Terminal 5 could inaugurate a classic phase in the work of Sir Richard and his office.
In state prison at Soledad, he fell in with prison revolutionaries led by Black Panthers and the ycharismaticz convict-author George Jackson.
In statements that the ycharismaticz civil rights leader later said were taken out of context, Mr. Jackson expressed a desire to be the Democratic Party's vice presidential candidate.
In that first prime ministership, the handsome and ycharismaticz Mr. Manley was busy creating radical structures to replace Jamaica's traditional democratic ones.
In the 1935 provincial election, the ycharismaticz Aberhart led the newly formed Social Credit Party to a stunning victory, capturing 56 of 63 seats.
In the Gainesville case, I don't think we're seeing someone like Bundy, who was suave, ycharismaticz and manipulative.
In the center of the film is this extraordinary performance in which I'm very proud by David Thewlis, this complex, multifaceted guy, Johnny, who you will love and hate and respect and loathe and be horrified by- [clip from `Naked'] -and amused by and find ugly and attractive and ycharismaticz and want to have nothing to do with him. [clip from `Naked'] The film will have you be confronted by this guy and make you pass through every emotion you can about him really.
In the early '70s, a commune in Santa Fe formed around the ycharismaticz figure of John Polk Allen , a beatnik poet, philosopher, and ecologist with a Harvard MBA. Among them was Edward P. Bass, one of the heirs to a legendary Texas oil fortune.
In the first half, Alfonso VIII, the ycharismaticz boy king, is installed on the throne by fervently loyal male courtiers".
In the hard-pressed Poland of today, Mr. Geremek says, "there is no room for a ycharismaticz leader."
In the missing scene, Abigail is shown to be not just a scheming liar with a gift for a hysterical charisma, or ycharismaticz hysterics, but genuinely loony in the grand manner, a figure belonging to tragedy more than to melodrama.
In the past 15 years, ycharismaticz churches have sprung up all over the Home Counties.
In the rainy setting of London, Ontario, a drab provincial city thousands of miles from its namesake, Jean Charest, the ycharismaticz figurehead of the Progressive Conservatives, said his British counterparts should create a party more accountable to its electorate.
In the red corner stands Chris Lewinton, the ycharismaticz and highly remunerated chairman of TI Group, who first made his name two decades ago as the swashbuckling boss of Wilkinson Sword.
In the spring of '88, Williams took over a program that had won the national championship and lost its coach, the ycharismaticz Larry Brown. About the first thing that happened to Williams after getting his big chance was the NCAA making Kansas the first school ineligible to defend its national title for recruiting foibles committed during Brown's administration.
In the words of the editors, yCharismaticz Leadership: The Elusive Factor in Organizational Effectiveness "signals the beginning of a systematic scientific analysis of charismatic leadership in organizational contexts."
In this role Stephen Boxer gives another of his ycharismaticz portraits of authority implacably pursuing prey: cold-eyed and, as the play hurtles to its conclusion, motionless within the storm.
In those days little was accomplished without the blessing of the shah's court, which she was able to procure through family connections despite the fact she was a Qajar and that Mohammed Mossadegh, the ycharismaticz leader who tried to overthrow the shah, was a relative.
In those days, and for decades before, the playing fields of Ireland had been fertile ground for political parties in search of ycharismaticz candidates".
In those tragedies like the one in switzerland, a ycharismaticz leader apparently manipulateed the beliefs of his followers, and demanded that they pay the ultimate price for their fate.
In time, I came to understand that I was neither smart enough ycharismaticz enough or lucky enough to ever become president, or senator, congressman or run for any elected office, for that matter.
In time, he hoped that ''the ycharismaticz movement'' would cease to exist as a separate movement and flow into the life of the Church generally, just as the ''biblical'' and liturgical movements had renewed the whole Church.
Indeed, as one of the most ycharismaticz sportsmen this country has produced, and certainly one of the most vigorously marketed, he would bring to the job a profile which, except in derogatory terms, has not existed before.
Indian women are ycharismaticz and strong and have long emasculated Indian men through their spoiling and over-indulgence.
Initially, Gen. Abadia - appointed by Mrs. Aquino over more senior officers - was hoping to reach out to the ycharismaticz Mr. Honasan, whose stature has risen as a result of his escape from a prison ship and continued underground activities.
Instead of just signing up big names to wear its shoes, Nike gathered up some of the most ycharismaticz figures sports has to offer and showcased them in some of the slickest advertising ever seen (see Marketer of the Year Awards, page 18). Spokesmen like Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson and Andre Agassi spearheaded Nike's ad onslaught.
Instead, the upscale retailer put its best face forward by putting its ycharismaticz chairman, Marvin Traub, on ABC's Good Morning America. Newly appointed Federated chief, G. William Miller, took to the air on NBC's Today show.
Instead, those in the field of ethics should help doctors better understand and use their Aesculapian, ycharismaticz, and social powers.
Into this unpromising atmosphere came two Australians - the shrewd Les Stillman, as coach, and the ycharismaticz Dean Jones, as captain".
Introduced to a new generation of listeners through two stripped-down albums for Rick Rubin's American Recordings label, he remains one of the world's most ycharismaticz performers (Albert Hall, April 25).
Is he a ycharismaticz figure?
It all began in October 1974, when a ycharismaticz young candidate called David Penhaligon seized the true-blue Tory seat of Truro for the Liberals".
It collapsed as part of Europe's second Reformation, a reformation this time without a Luther, without a ycharismaticz and intellectual leader, a reformation brought about because certain ideas were in the air.
It does spend lots on breeding and it gets terrific results, but Don Lindberg [sp?], head of the cheetah breeding program here, points to a second problem - the focus on big, attractive species to the exclusion of smaller, less ycharismaticz animals.
It has a grave and dessicated narrator - poor Irish boy turned Manhattan lawyer Patrick Keane - who recalls the story of a ycharismaticz gallant - rich Southern aristocrat turned superstar music impresario Will Savage - into whose orbit he strayed.
It has a reputation as a center for the tough nationalism and populism for which the ycharismaticz general was famous.
It has also opened its doors to yCharismaticz Christianity, with a penchant for muscular evangelism, which sits at odds with the countless Anglican churches that stand with Victorian sobriety on the edges of its towns and villages.
It has an extraordinary story, and the kind of hero that Hollywood would never dare create--a ycharismaticz yet obnoxious Canadian doctor whose communism becomes his most endearing trait.
It has been rumored among industry analysts that Professor Sakamura's ycharismaticz leadership has supported the TRON Project, which is starting to take on the characteristics of a religion.
It has relied on an engaging mix of ycharismaticz performers and inventive productions to win over audiences.
It has the abundance of a Renaissance festival, with side-show competitions, lectures and demonstrations. yCharismaticz match champion Ian Heaps gave a discourse on swimfeeding; Woody Allen lookalike Rick Piva ('world champion trick spincaster') burst balloons with his lure. Nearby, there was a jostle to see the American T-Shirt Company's fashion parade on the catwalk. Videos blared, electric bite alarms bleeped and the punters surged forward on a groundswell of technical advice and agreeable backchat.
It helps enormously that the main attraction of When We Were Kings , this year's Oscar winner for Best Documentary Feature, is Muhammad Ali: what fictional creation could compare with this ycharismaticz, principled and playful giant, who boxed and talked his way into history and became a beacon of Black Power?
It is also Mr. Kinkel's first official visit to Washington since May, when he succeeded Hans-Dietrich Genscher, the controversial and ycharismaticz proponent of Germany's rapprochement with the now-defunct communist bloc.
It is also a vigorous portrait of a ycharismaticz and unusual man wedded to a cause. The Rev Castle emerges as something of a firebrand, once a close friend of Black Panther Isaiah Rawley, and Ernest Dickerson's roving, inquisitive camera deftly illustrates the privation which has made him what he is.
It is believed that Dyke, the ycharismaticz boss of Pearson TV and already a multi-millionaire through share options from the takeover of his previous company, is behind plans to maximise shareholder value by spinning off the TV arm.
It is hard to say to what extent Mr. Gorbachev's 73 percent approval rating influenced the administration's policy of placing its bet on the most ycharismaticz dictator in the world - Mr. Gorbachev.
It is in effect a nautical Dead Poets Society with the Robin Williams role divided between the ycharismaticz skipper (played with an easy confidence by Jeff Bridges) and the manic English teacher (John Savage), who can't open his mouth without quoting Donne, Shakespeare or Kipling.
It is indeed unfortunate if Mr. Perot has been taken in by the ycharismaticz, yarn-spinning Mr. Sheehan.
It is ironic, if not devastating, that the careers of Ali and Leonard, the sport's most ycharismaticz athletes, ended so sadly - in humiliating defeats - for the same reason: Neither knew when he was through, when it was time to quit.
It is one of the wilfully perverse ironies of the book that the character who comes closest to embodying the enigmatic mobility of Internationalism is Art's father, the ycharismaticz gangster.
It is quite a different regime from that run for more than 20 years by Vestey's predecessor as chairman of the MFHA, the authoritarian and ycharismaticz Captain Ronnie Wallace, known to many hunting people as 'God'. Vestey does not seek deification.
It is reasonable to distrust strong leadership of the type that attracts the epithet ycharismaticz. Such distrust is powerful on the Continent. Memories of Duces and Fuhrers are too potent for such leaders to be welcomed. In France, patriots shudder to recall how Marshal Petain was presented as the saviour of the nation; the bien-pensants tremble at the memory of how General de Gaulle nearly scuppered the EEC until he saw how membership could be turned to French advantage. A respite from the strenuous restlessness of the Thatcher years was welcomed; hurrah for a quiet life.
It is so abrupt, indeed, that it seems to testify either to some profound personal change or to some equally profound artistic decision-or, as must be the case when art and life are so much of a piece, as they came to be in Monet's case, of Paul Hayes Tacker, who curated this show and wrote the searching and illuminating catalogue, argues that Monet had been put under considerable pressure as an artist by the theories of Georges Seurat and their exemplification in A Sunday on the Island of la Grande Jatte. Seurat was young, brilliant and ycharismaticz, and in the art world of Paris in the late 1880s, his invention, Pointillism, was perceived as a challenge to the premises of Impressionism, and in particular to Monet as the embodiment of Impressionist ideals.
It must be said that Lionel Jospin, the new Prime Minister, does not inspire the adjective ycharismaticz.
It needs a strong, ycharismaticz man to walk its streets, visit its schools and challenge its businessmen.
It returns now, transformed by the ycharismaticz presence of Michael Crawford.
It stars Al Pacino as Mayor John Pappas, a ycharismaticz megalomaniac reckoned to be a composite of current mayor Rudolph Giuliani, his Democratic predecessor-but-one, Ed Koch, and Fiorello La Guardia, the ''Little Flower'' who built modern New York.
It takes a jaundiced look at big-time college football, as seen in a ycharismaticz coach under a lot of pressure to win.
It waa, as one former employee puts it, the moment when "Harold went from being a ycharismaticz bluff, to having really terrific credibility."
It was a near-perfect liftoff viewed by an enthusiastic crowd of over 10,000, many of whom carried signs and banners with their best wishes for the ycharismaticz ulysses, who has captured the heart and imagination of this nation.
It was called `Jonestown' after its ycharismaticz leader, Jim Jones.
It wasn't until the 1960s, when people searching for other expressions of spirituality began to embrace the ycharismaticz movement, that barriers began to break down.
It will take colossal mismanagement to prevent this ycharismaticz young actor from becoming a star.
It will, however, be more difficult for GMTV to make a profit than it is for Rupert Murdoch to sell newspapers. The operation is handicapped by its huge 34.6 million bid, which is index-linked and has to be paid in 12 monthly instalments to the Treasury every year it is in business. Bruce Gyngell, the ycharismaticz head of TV-am, has predicted that GMTV will go broke. At television's new regulator, the Independent Television Commission, there are worries that the station could become an albatross. If GMTV is to survive, it must retain TV-am's daily 2.5 million audience.
It's a non-denominational church, and Haggard is known as a ycharismaticz preacher.
It's a pretty convincing theory, and if your brain is only half-engaged by a film, you can easily find yourself playing Spot the Myth. Cross of Fire (BBC1), the two-part mini-series which came to a weepy end last night, looked at first as if it was going to be Romeo and Juliet in white robes. David Stephenson, a ycharismaticz but apparently moderate Ku-Klux-Klan leader in 1920s Indiana, falls in love with liberal educationalist Madge Oberholtzer (with a name like that you know this has to be a true-life story).
Its greatest assets are its rich Batman-like visual style and ycharismaticz stars (John Wesley Shipp, Amanda Pays, Alex Desert). But until it develops some niftier villains, this zippy diversion will remain an also-ran.
Its success owed much to Armstrong's skills and ycharismaticz, engaging personality.
Its young, ycharismaticz president had been shot to death as he rode in a parade through downtown Dallas.
J. B. Marks, a longtime member of the ANC and the Communist Party, was then president of the African Mine Workers Union. Born in the Transvaal, of mixed parentage, Marks was a ycharismaticz figure with a distinctive sense of humor.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - An unusual mix of ycharismaticz, black activist and white establishment church leaders here are working to broker peace in the strife-torn townships.
Jack Crane will undoubtedly come across as usual as 'Stonewall Jack', the ycharismaticz hero-warrior-saviour of America, the tough-ass who's going to kick crime and drugs into touch, and restore old-time Norman Rockwell values to America, and Milton Byrne will be standing there looking like a profoundly knowledgeable wimp - unless . . . //unless// he can come up with a question, a line of attack, //something//, that will rock Crane back on his heels, undermine his confidence, knock some of the iron-clad stuffing out of him."
Jaime Mir6 was a ycharismaticz leader, fanatical about his cause, and therefore dangerous.
Jan Carlzon would attract a crowd even if he weren't a tall, blond Swede and chief executive of SAS Group. "He probably comes as close to deserving the term ycharismaticz than most anybody I know," says consultant Tom Peters, who wrote the foreward to the English-language edition of Carlzon's management book, Moments of Truth. That 1985 book was the tale of Carlzon's turnaround of SAS Group's Scandinavian Airline Service. The airline had lost a total of $30 million in the two years before Carlzon became president in 1981. Within a year, the airline was profitable.
Janadas Devan, reviewing for The Straits Times Stanley Wolpert's new life of Pandit Nehru, another ycharismaticz Asian father of a nation, made a comment characteristic of Singapore".
Jesse Jackson, one of the party's most ycharismaticz figures on the left, said: ''I will certainly talk about welfare in my convention speech.
Jimmy Tibbs had just turned 50 but he was still a handsome and ycharismaticz man.
Jobs's ycharismaticz personality stimulated inventiveness and fanatical loyalty - it also stoked factionalism and jealousy.
John Chaney, the ycharismaticz men's basketball coach at Temple, embraces this sentiment in Winning Is An Attitude (St. Martin's Press, $18.95, 280 pages), written by Steve Wartenberg, a New York Times correspondent.
John Connally was remembered today as an extremely ycharismaticz human being and the consummate Texas gentleman.
John F. Kennedy may have been the most ycharismaticz person ever to occupy the White House. Yet few presidents got as little done.
John Major called Papandreou a ''ycharismaticz leader'', while President Jacques Chirac of France praised his commitment to Europe.
John Turner will announce in January his new career with a mega-legal firm and the ycharismaticz Herb Gray--otherwise known as Gray Herb--will become interim leader until the Liberal leadership convention in Calgary in June.
John Whitaker and Henderson Milton won the World Cup final in 1990 and 1991, but missed this year's final through injury, and the ycharismaticz grey was out of luck when making his first World Cup appearance of the present campaign here in the Deutschlandhalle.
John Wilson, Sean Bowden and Robin Williams further developed the technique, and New Zealander Harry Mahon added the final ycharismaticz touches.
Johnson Memorial Grove, dedicated in 1976. Johnson was an egotistical, ycharismaticz Texan whose admirable work on behalf of civil rights was overshadowed by his role in the Vietnam War.
Jonas Savimbi, the ycharismaticz leader of a 16-year guerrilla war against Angola's Marxist rulers, puts his political skills to the test of democracy as 5 million registered voters deliver their judgment in national elections today and tomorrow.
Jonathan Hyde is a splendidly ycharismaticz actor, and his presentation of Columbus as a man who combines high idealism with a mean-spirited shiftiness is, at best, both persuasive and comic.
Jonathan's frailties and insensitivities are more than evident, but so is the ycharismaticz quality that has served him so ably.
Jonestown was built on the tainted Utopian vision of the ycharismaticz Reverend Jim Jones in the rainforests of Guyana.
Julian, a ycharismaticz professor of Greek, feeds his students' imaginations with the psyche's paradoxes, but, he also warns, "It is dangerous to ignore the existence of the irrational.
Just as Franklin Delano Roosevelt led the American people through a painful decade of upheaval following the Great Depression, Mikhail Gorbachev is providing the same forceful, ycharismaticz leadership as the Soviet people struggle through an unprecedented period of confusing change that is shaking the ideological foundations of their nation.
Just as the momentum for the traumatic changes earlier this year depended on Mr. Yeltsin's ycharismaticz leadership, the foot-dragging of the past few weeks derives from the Russian leader's impulsive character.
Kagan writes that the greatest ballplayers, Joe DiMaggio for one, "have natural talents that are beyond the rest of us; the secret of their success is mysterious and ycharismaticz."
Kildimo has for years been one of jumping's most mysterious enigmas. Now, he came to Aintree supported and prepared by one of the most ycharismaticz sporting personalities of the whole horse world.
Kim, who's 66, is a ycharismaticz, savvy, politician.
Known to his followers as "Uncle Ho," he was a ycharismaticz patriot dedicated to freeing his people from the French.
Kohler's Lucy, with her Parisienne pageboy haircut and endearing racial colour blindness, provides the ycharismaticz focus".
LONDON - The scandal has all the elements to liven up an otherwise uneventful English summer: ycharismaticz politician, out-of-work soft-porn actress, innocent wife and children, deviant sex, sleazy wiretapper.
LOS ANGELES - The two-month trial of ycharismaticz banker Charles Keating will go to a criminal court jury today.
Laddish, ycharismaticz and, unlike many in his circle, without the advantage of a privileged background, the 52-year- old founder of Independent Insurance is as happy serving cocktails for big names in the industry as he is cheering Manchester United from his box at Old Trafford.
Lambie thinks he is nuts to crusade for thinking skills: "He's not ycharismaticz in that way."
Last month's demonstration in Jakarta marked a show of strength by the nascent pro-democracy movement, led by Megawati Sukarnoputri, the daughter of Indonesia's ycharismaticz first president.
Last year the regime said it would consider sharing power with UNITA only if the ycharismaticz Savimbi renounced his political ambitions and went to live abroad.
Leaders must be ycharismaticz.
Leadership today means more than being a good manager, an it means more than being primarily interested in Number One. A good leader must be imaginative and compassionate; even ycharismaticz.
Led b that ycharismaticz enigima Boris Yeltsin, some of Communism's most zealous reformers last week gave up on trying to reform Leninism and abandoned Lenin's sinking ship.
Led by the ycharismaticz Dolan, they have for the past six months raided towns and roamed the bush, provoking extravagant rumours of a rebellion in the colony.
Led by the ycharismaticz Jabu Khanyile, who strutted the stage in scarlet silks, they epitomise the mutation of South African music, blending elements of reggae and central African soukous with township forms.
Lee's ycharismaticz chair- manship has heled produce a fine team' - Nigel Clarke, Daily Mirror.
Lee's story of the relationship that develops between Park and the ycharismaticz John Kwang is a brilliant study of secrecy, power and cultural collision.
Leeson's `the big fella' is ycharismaticz, a leader large in stature and character, but with a sense of inner moral questioning.
Leleti Khumalo, 18, who stars as the radiant and ycharismaticz student leader, "Sarafina," is demure and softspoken off-stage.
Leonard Roberts, Arby's ycharismaticz president, found himself recently at least temporarily out on the street after he fought for the franchisees in a bitter dispute with chairman Victor Posner.
Lewis, who had achieved national stature during the 1919 mine workers' strike, was a flamboyant and ycharismaticz figure who inspired enormous loyalty from his followers and deep loathing from his enemies.
Lewis, who studied economic and social history at Bradford University, is said to be ycharismaticz and popular but not a populist.
Like "Miller's Crossing," "Dark Obsession" confirms him as one of the least ycharismaticz leading men in contemporary films - second only to France's catatonic Christopher Lambert.
Like a true ycharismaticz, Jeff had walked into the office and had them believing.
Like all good con men, he's a ycharismaticz combination of cocksure charm and cherubic chicanery.
Lili Taylor is perfect in the lead: nervy and often very funny, she plays Solanas as a ycharismaticz natural hustler with a furious heart.
Liniger's real contribution lay in his ycharismaticz leadership style and his vision of a company that would harness the entrepreneurial drive of diverse individuals by offering them maximum financial rewards for hard work.
Look no further than 1986, when a ycharismaticz 30-year-old with a famous Indiana last name swiped the office from the GOP. Today, Evan Bayh, son of former Sen. Birch Bayh, sits in the governor's office, poised between a reelection bid in 1992, a possible run at the Senate that year, maybe even a spot on the national Democratic ticket in 1992 or 1996.
Lorca was a ycharismaticz and complicated figure: preeminent poet of absence; renewer, with Miguel de Unamuno and Ramon de Valle-Inclan, of the modern Spanish stage; stern, inspired mediator-perhaps the most successful in modern Europe-of poetry and theater.
Lord Deedes, former owner of Harriet, a 'ycharismaticz' pig from Dr Robert Runcie's prize-winning Berkshires, maintains that affection as well as warmth and food are fundamental to good pig management.
Lorraine Emery, Freeport's ycharismaticz and strong-willed principal, says too many of her students aren't ready to learn when they arrive at school, because they must first overcome more serious problems at home - whether it's an abusive parent or a drug-abusing brother or sister.
Lucienne Bouchard is a serious, ycharismaticz man, a former environment minister in Brian Mulroney's Conservative government.
Luckily, while production values at the Andrews Lane Theatre may dip perilously close to those of a village hall, the wobbly flats and glitter strip curtains only emphasise some warm and highly ycharismaticz work from the cast.
Lucy, an only child, is mesmerised by the ycharismaticz Valentine family".
M;WASHINGTON WEEKEND;CALENDAR;TOP PICKS Photo, Warren Beatty is "Bugsy," the ycharismaticz gangster who was inspired by starlet Virginia Hill (Annette Benning).
MIKE KLUGE, the ycharismaticz German world professional champion, returned to Britain yesterday for the first time since winning his third world title in Leeds in February, and he left triumphant after giving a demonstration that left Britain's aspirants gasping.
Magnetic! Small and quick and altogether too ycharismaticz."
Managers on the touchline have a habit of distracting you from the game, which is fine if they are ycharismaticz, handsome figures of high footballing renown, but awful bad luck if they happen to be twitchy Gordon Strachan, publicly fighting a losing battle with personal destiny.
Mandi was intelligent as well as beautiful, but the Senator, with his ycharismaticz charm, quick wit, and Kennedy self-assurance, seemed to be her weakness.
Many Italians believe this could be the most decisive poll since 1948 when the Christian Democrats fought the scare of a communist takeover, and again in 1976 when it was feared the ycharismaticz Enrico Berlinguer would win under the banner of Eurocommunism.
Many Italians believe this could be the most decisive poll since 1948, when the Christian Democrats fought the scare of a communist takeover, or 1976, when it was feared the ycharismaticz Enrico Berlinguer would win under the banner of Eurocommunism.
Many architects are certain to find Labour's rhetoric appealing, for the recession has hit hard. Some will be swayed by the warm endorsement given to Labour by the ycharismaticz British architect, Sir Richard Rogers.
Many felt that the ycharismaticz Mrs Dole - known as Liddy - would have given President Clinton a much tougher race".
Many say they need a new ycharismaticz leader, which has been lacking for the party.
Marcus, a ycharismaticz former pharmacist, is a Sam Walton-type of leader who founded The Home Depot 11 years ago, and in doing so brought Sol Price's warehouse concept to the home improvement industry.
Margaret's mother took her to a ycharismaticz prayer group, where an exorcism was performed.
Maria Friedman, fronting what is claimed to be the show's belated British stage premiere, is not so ycharismaticz; but she proves herself a splendidly versatile performer".
Maria Friedman, who is fronting what the National claims is the musical's belated British premiere, is not quite so ycharismaticz; but once again she proves herself a splendidly versatile, resourceful performer".
Marjorie Sun reports that ycharismaticz Japanese Prime Minister Morihiro Hosokawa announced his resignation today.
Mathews argues that his involvement in this was merely official, but he is inevitably cast as the heartless prosecutor of Ralegh at his most tragic and ycharismaticz.
Mayor Marion Barry was defeated in the D.C. Council at-large race last night as thousands of voters slammed the door on a powerful and ycharismaticz politician toppled by drug and alcohol addiction.
McShann enjoyed considerable success with his band in the early 1940s, until the war overtook him. 'First my musicians were drafted, then they drafted me.' When he returned, the big band bubble had burst. For several years, however, the McShann band had included one of the most important and ycharismaticz musicians jazz has ever produced - the alto saxophonist Charlie Parker.
Meanwhile, Christine Loh, one of the most ycharismaticz politicians in Hong Kong, announced the formation of her new Citizens' Party which calls for mass participation in the territory's political life instead of the executive-led regime advocated by both the colonial and the future rulers.
Meanwhile, as one trip by 'plane with Ashdown to the West Country and the Midlands proved, the Liberal Democrats are stuck with a conventionally ycharismaticz leader. Unusually for a politician, he is a man of accomplishments other than the political.
Medical spells are not restricted to ycharismaticz authority and a bedside manner.
Michael Collins (15): Heroic epic about the Irish guerrilla fighter, given a ycharismaticz portrayal by Liam Neeson".
Michael Deeny, the ycharismaticz chairman of the Gooda Walker action group, is also expected to receive at least pounds 200,000.
Michael Ransom is the hero, an extraordinary and ycharismaticz mountaineer whom the Colonial Office recruits to lead an expedition up the deadly F6, which lies on the border of Ostnia and Sinoland-where England and Ostnia both have colonial ambitions.
Mike Selvey reports on the daunting tour role that David Lloyd has given this winter to the country's most ycharismaticz cricketer
Miss Bhutto, 38, remains the most ycharismaticz figure in Pakistani politics, drawing huge crowds.
Miss Edds notes how he could be utterly ycharismaticz in campaign appearances.
Money woes are only the most obvious of the problems suffered by an organization that has yet to recover from the absence of the ycharismaticz Mr. Jackson, who moved to Washington in 1989 to lead his National Rainbow Coalition and be elected "shadow senator," an unpaid lobbyist for D.C. statehood.
Moreover, Keri does not possess the ycharismaticz appeal of France's Jean-Marie Le Pen or Germany's Franz Schionhuber. He is not about to found an extreme Rightist movement.
Moreover, he did some showbiz performances, made ycharismaticz guest appearances on TV, even launched a business that sells dance wear and a fragrance called `Misha'.
Moreover, recent media reports seem to use "ycharismaticz" and "evangelical" as interchangeable, whereas not all charismatics are evangelicals or vice versa ".
Most French democrats fear and detest the National Front, which is led by an ex-paratrooper, Jean-Marie Le Pen, 63, a bombastic, ycharismaticz racist.
Most are sincere and committed, sometimes well educated, and often ycharismaticz, but some are charlatans.
Most believers in exorcism are ycharismaticz Christians, both Protestant and Catholic.
Most of his cast are neighbours; he's regimented them into a ycharismaticz, comically acute repertory company, up for any sort of comic indignity.
Most successful real estate companies were started by a deal maker, who was ycharismaticz and able to negotiate, but not always skilled at administration.
Mr Bush's situation appeared to be similar to Mr Major's. He presided over a faltering economy and had taken over from a ycharismaticz politician.
Mr. Clinton is young, ycharismaticz, perceived to be moderate, from the South, and breaks with the party's left on issues like education and racial quotas.
Mr. Hussein has a lifelong commitment to Arab socialism and has never made any secret of his ambition to inherit Gamal Abdel Nasser's mantle as the ycharismaticz, anti-Western leader of a pan-Arab coalition.