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Phile Chionesu and Asia Coney, two steadfast community organizers who were responsible for planning the event just months ago, only had a vision supported by faith.
Of the phaseover from land-based to satellite communications, Network Manager Bill Phile recalls, "We had a unique starting point--no formal network.
PHILE planning the script for Lawrence of Arabia, the film's director, David Lean, pondered the problem of how he was going to seamlessly switch the action from the comfort of Cairo's club-land to the burning deserts of Jordan.
The outgoing Pope has kicked out paedophile priests who previously were simply moved on by their seniors, from the parish phile p move wh on where they had been found out to a new one, full of unsuspecting victims.
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Claudia Kennedy, the Army's first female three-star general; Dee Kantner and Violet Palmer, the National Basketball Association's first female referees; Nobel Peace Prize winner Jody Williams, who led the campaign to ban land mines; Phile Chionesu, a public-housing advocate who organized the Million Woman March; actress Ellen DeGeneres, who brought lesbian issues to the fore when she and her TV character said they were gay; and talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, who encouraged the nation to read through her on-air book club.
The rally was organized by a small group of local women, led by Phile Chionesu, owner of an African crafts shop who has worked for years on community issues.
The grass-roots march, organized by housing activists and small-business women Phile Chionesu and Asia Coney, is modeled after the Million Man March in Washington in 1995.
The brains behind the smart idea were self- confessed Italo- philes, Nina Saxena and Seema Chari.
Women: Mary Keitany (Kenya) 66:36 minutes, Dire Tune (Ethiopia) 67:18, Philes Moraa Ongori (Kenya) 67:38, Aselfeeh Merga (Ethiopia) 67:48, Abebu Gelan (Ethiopia) 67:57, Wude Yimer Ayalew (Ethiopia) 67:58, Mamitu Deska (Ethiopia) 68:07, Amane Gobena (Ethiopia) 68:16, Carloine Jeptanui (Kenya) 68:16, Penina Arusei (Kenya) 68:39.
It is a must-read for marketing and sociology philes that no music historian particularly a Jazz Historian should be without.