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Her and eyes
Her eyes were glazed as if she didn't hear or even see him.
) Her Nicolas lay curled in the sun like a fawn, black hair falling over his eyes.
Her eyes had opened, she had caught a glimpse of a new faith.
Her face was pale but set and her dark eyes smoldered with blame for Ben.
Her brother Karl was a very gentle soul, her mother was a quiet woman who said little but who had hard, probing eyes.
Her eyes flashed angrily.
Her eyes became bright as she talked about her father and mother, aunts and uncles, cousins.
Her eyes were bright with anticipation.
Her bright eyes were twinkling.
Her little brown face wrinkled up, her brown eyes gleamed, and with her little gestures she said all the courteous things.
Her eyes were wild.
Her eyes were smiling, too, but so sadly, and there was tiredness and infinite wisdom in them.
James Hadley Chase wrote a few novels with private eyes as the main hero, including Blonde's Requiem ( 1945 ), Lay Her Among the Lilies ( 1950 ), and Figure It Out for Yourself ( 1950 ).
Her long, fine hair was dyed pale blonde, and her eyes, " brown as fir cones in autumn, scattered laughter ".
" Her combination of attractive appearance – centered around her large eyesand somewhat distant and understated manner made her hard at first for MGM to cast and publicize.
* Her eyes twinkled like stars.
" Her mouth is too large and her eyes too prominent and colourless for beauty ", wrote a Venetian envoy as Catherine approached forty, " but a very distinguished-looking woman, with a shapely figure, a beautiful skin and exquisitely shaped hands ".
Her face narrows between the eyes, and the lower part of her face is still more narrow and slender than the forehead.
Her eyes are blackish-brown and deep.
Her eyes had filled with tears.
In My Life, Chagall described his first meeting her: " Her silence is mine, her eyes mine.
Her image was considered with more care ; although she continued to play character roles, she was often filmed in close-ups that emphasized her distinctive eyes.
Her eyes were grey, and her mouth was small ; her smile allowed her to demonstrate her wry humour, her wit, and her graciousness.
Her wavy hair was light brown in colour, and she had grey eyes and fair skin.

Her and opened
The West End production opened on February 11, 1953 at Her Majesty's Theatre and ran for 477 performances.
The 1958 European premiere at the Manchester Opera House transferred to London, where it opened at Her Majesty's Theatre in the West End on Friday December 12, 1958 and ran until June 1961 with a total of 1, 039 performances.
Her parents opened a drive-in movie theater, where Tharp worked from the time she was 8 years old.
Her next film in wide release, He's Just Not That into You, where she starred opposite Ben Affleck, opened in February 2009.
Her grave was opened multiple times after the transfer to the Köln Cathedral.
Her tomb was opened in the 19th century.
The musical's original West End production opened on April 14, 1949, at Her Majesty's Theatre, running for 685 performances.
The building opened for teaching in October 2008, with an official opening by Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on 5 November 2008.
Her father sold ice and coal in downtown Philadelphia at the Reading Terminal and eventually opened a small liquor business as well.
Her first solo exhibition, " What a Farm Wife Painted ", opened October 1940 at Otto Kallir's New York City gallery Galerie St. Etienne, followed by a meet-and-greet with the artist and an exhibition of 50 paintings at Gimbel's Department Store November 15, followed by a third solo show in as many months, at the Whyte Gallery, Washington, D. C. " Gimbels had supplemented Moses ' art display with a table beneath the paintings spread samples of Grandma's culinary talents — homebaked bread, rolls and cake, plus some of the preserves which won her prizes at the county fair.
Hannah and Her Sisters opened on February 7, 1986 in 54 theatres, where it gained a stellar $ 1, 265, 826 ($ 23, 441 per screen ) in its opening weekend.
Her band, Tinker, opened for The Smashing Pumpkins in Montreal in 1993.
The West End production opened on March 22, 1979 at Her Majesty's Theatre.
In 1954 the new Vanbrugh Theatre, named after Irene Vanbrugh, was opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre was opened in Stratford upon Avon on 23 April 1879, with the New Shakespeare Company ( now the Royal Shakespeare Company ); and Herbert Beerbohm Tree founded an Academy of Dramatic Art at Her Majesty's Theatre in 1904.
Her modernist plans for an art deco structure came under fire from many directions but the new building was opened triumphantly on William Shakespeare's birthday, 23 April 1932.
In May 2001, the new, state-of-the-art international air terminal was completed and officially opened in 2002 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The first stone of the Hall was laid by Her Majesty Queen Victoria on the twentieth day of May MDCCCLXVII and it was opened by Her Majesty the Twenty Ninth of March in the year MDCCCLXXI.
Her Paris home was a luxurious ground-floor apartment at 23, avenue du Bois de Boulogne ( now 23, avenue Foch ) that opened onto a Japanese garden.
As part of his role as the Chancellor of the University of Worcester, HRH The Duke of Gloucester was present at the opening of the new University library ; The Hive-Europe's first joint public and university library, which was officially opened by his cousin, Her Majesty the Queen on the 11th July 2012.
* Orpheus In The Underworld, London production opened at Her Majesty's Theatre on December 26 and ran for 76 performances
Her play The Little Foxes opened on Broadway on February 13, 1939, and ran for 410 performances.

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