The following anniversaries will be celebrated in 2014: 150th anniversary of akyn Toktogul Satylganov (1864−1933); 120th anniversary of Manas epic teller Sayakbai Karalayev (1894−1971); 130th anniversary of statesman and public figure
Imanalay Aidarbekov (1884−1938); 120th anniversary of akyn Alymkul Usenbaev (1894−1963); 110th anniversary of writer ly Tokombaev (1904−1988); 110th anniversary of writer Kasymaly Jantoshev (1904−1968); 100th anniversary of statesman and public figure
Kazy Dikambaev (1913−2010); 90th anniversary of the government newspaper Kyrgyz Tuusu.
The last traffic incident involving a public figure
in Bulgaria happened Sunday night when the Head of the Levski Football Team Fan Club, Vladimir Vladimirov, was in an accident on Trakiya highway in which the driver of the other car died and his wife is in serious condition.
When a celebrity or public figure
can say there is a doll made to look like them, suffice it to say they have entered the realm of pop culture.
So the public figure
chooses to sacrifice a measure of privacy the private citizen takes for granted.
One university professor who received the "award" won a decision that he did not become a public figure
, for the purpose of the law, by the act of calling a news conference to defend himself and his grant.
That if a politician, a judge, a bishop or any public figure
cannot keep their promises to a wife, husband etc how can they be trusted to honour pledges to their constituencies and the people they serve.
334) defines a public figure
as people who by their personality, status or conduct exposed themselves to such a degree of publicity as to justify public disclosures of certain aspects of their private lives.
Police and city leaders this week called for the ouster of the retired Burbank police lieutenant because his comments to a probation officer may have helped secure a reduced sentence for Scott Schaffer, a former public figure
convicted of trading guns for cocaine with members of the Sun Valley-based gang.
These and other misstatements of fact, tales, and quotes out of context are used to impugn the reputation of a public figure
who dared to ask black parents and students to exercise a greater sense of responsibility.
He discovered the man was quite different from the shorthand with which he was often described and decided then that be would never judge a public figure
from the way he or she was portrayed in the media.
More than almost any other public figure
, John Paul II understood the meaning and dynamic of globalization, the accelerating and apparently inexorable domination of the world by the increasing concentration of market forces driven by the urge to maximize material gain.
The most public figure
in architecture--who literally lived in a glass house and was endlessly explicit about his ambitions, tactics, and limits (and eventually his sexuality)--was finally elusive.