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In 1922, Mussolini and thousands of Black Shirts marched on Rome {la Mareia su Roma), a demonstration that forced the government out of power.
Applebaum and his wife, Mareia, supported health, education, and arts and culture in Greater Detroit for decades with gifts to institutions including Wayne State University, the University of Michigan and its entrepreneurial programs, the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Michigan Opera Theatre and Beaumont Health.
Elaine Lambert Lupus Foundation via the John and Mareia Goldman Foundation and previously receiving salary support through a lupus-related grant from the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation.
Mareia Pearson answered questions and gave out vegan information at Everett Community College Food Day in Washington State and Karen Peissinger tabled at the University of Buffalo (NY) Sustainability Fair.
In between question and answer, Aira immerses readers in Mareia and her world.
Pearson, NYM, April 1791; "Situation in France," Mareia, NYM, January 1791; "Sonnet to Hope," Helen Maria Williams, NYM, January 1791; "Striking a Fly," Damon, AM, December 1787; *"Sylph," Florio, NW, 27 April 1819; *"To Cymon," Ella, NYM, January 1791; "To Florio," Hortentius, NW, 7 December 1819; *"To Miss E.W.," J.B.C., NYM, January 1791; "Troubled Ocean's Face," Eliza, PJ, 13 December 1786; "Vision of Franklin," From Vision of Columbus, PJ, 2 May 1787; "Wedding Ring," George Doane, PJ, 4 July 1827; "Winter's Walk," Dr.
Second, some sophomores do not want to think about career development, do not know they need to be thinking about it, or they have foreclosed on further exploration due to ignorance, apathy, or resignation (Mareia, 1966).
Nellie's granddaughter, Mareia McClung, said she felt her grandmother would fully approve of this dynamic depiction of her work.