“This year -- and most movingly for many -- people with HIV/AIDS were recognized via the AIDS Healthcare Foundation float that honored two-time Academy Award-winning actress Elizabeth Taylor for her tireless, nearly three decade-long advocacy and compassion on behalf of people with HIV/AIDS.”
“Good News will feature HuffPost's signature group blog, and our lineup of bloggers starts with Desmond Tutu, who movingly recalls the struggle to end apartheid: "We were always upheld and strengthened by the good news of those whose actions reminded us that we are each God's partners in a love and justice that includes all.”
“She spoke movingly of the difficult deaths from cancer of her husband and her best friend, and how they had inspired her to promote a gentler, more holistic approach to cancer care, integrating Western medicine, alternative approaches, and mind-body techniques like yoga and meditation.”
“Cameron has spoken movingly about his son in interviews, and credits his family's experience with British medical workers for influencing his staunch defense of the country's health service -- previously a target of his party's scorn”
“In the chapter on documentary photography, Morris comments movingly on an Arthur Rothstein Depression-era photo of a father and his two sons seeking shelter in a dust storm.”
“… In this labyrinth of power games and exploits, Mueenuddin inserts luminous glimmers of longing, loss and, most movingly, unfettered love.”
“But Ammons writes just as movingly about the joys of paddling down benign waterways with his children as he does about rocketing through Class V rapids.”
“On occasional visits to London he kept up with old colleagues, and he spoke movingly about his years alongside Alastair Hetherington at Alastair's funeral.”
“The four soloists, physically and vocally committed, made the evening worthwhile: the ever serene and dignified Roderick Williams as the immortal Pollux, Allan Clayton in superb clarion voice as Castor, an impassioned Sophie Bevan pouring out her grief with heartfelt conviction as Télaïre – whom, movingly, both brothers love – and Laura Tatulescu as her ignoble sister Phébé.”
“How Tessa makes her choices, how she carries them out and, above all, how she and those around her cope with living and dying is beautifully and movingly told.”
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