The workhouse girls became a cause celebre
as the poor law became a nationalist and class issue in local newspapers.
, Criterion Theatre, Coventry (to Saturday).
One official said: "The Minister is anxious not to get caught up in a cause celebre
These people continue to dog us, they think they have a cause celebre
, and pursue every avenue available.
The story of Rubin ``Hurricane'' Carter, the Hollywood cause celebre
of the '70s, finally is coming to the screen - with Denzel Washington portraying the boxer who wrongfully was convicted of murder twice.
The Jane Downes case bears similarities to that of Sara Thornton, which became a cause celebre
for women's rights campaigners.
Now, in comparison, the AIDS pandemic, the most virulent and deadly venereal disease in history, is the cause celebre
of the federal government.
That made Karen Ann Quinlan a cause celebre
And since filing a wrongful termination lawsuit in federal court, he's become a cause celebre
of far-right religious groups, who are demanding he be rehired with back pay.
Champion Cracknor Cause Celebre
- known as Coco - had previously won the terrier category but beat six other group winners in the final.
Spokesman Terry Brownbill said: "This is stepping up to become a national cause celebre
Of course, $125,000 won't be enough, so soon it will be 10 times that, and a short while later millions of dollars will be devoted to this cause celebre