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Her good form continued and she became the Olympic champion in the marathon at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
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Her mother, now dead, was my good friend and when she came to tell us about her plans and to show off her ring I had a sobering wish to say something meaningful to her, something her mother would wish said.
Her mother wrote Kate of her grief at the death of Kate's baby and at Jonathan's decision to go with the South `` And, dear Kate '', she wrote, `` poor Dr. Breckenridge's son Robert is now organizing a militia company to go South, to his good father's sorrow.
Her education in the United States, not just in a classroom, but also in an American house with an American housekeeper, stands her in good stead.
Her `` Rockabye Your Baby '' was as good as it can be done, and her really personal songs, like `` The Man That Got Away '' were deeply moving.
Her father wrote of it, " I see nothing in the way of a good appreciation of Louisa's merits as a woman and a writer.
On the other hand, " Her grades are so good that she's either very bright or studies hard " allows for the possibility that the person is both bright and works hard.
Her peacemaking also helped reconcile Henry with his daughters Mary and Elizabeth and fostered a good relationship between her and the crown prince.
Her strength lay in good common sense and directness of character ; she expressed the qualities of the British nation which at that time made it preeminent in the world.
Her father, King Philip, known as " le Bel " ( the Fair ) because of his good looks, was a strangely unemotional man ; contemporaries described him as " neither a man nor a beast, but a statue "; modern historians have noted that he " cultivated a reputation for Christian kingship and showed few weaknesses of the flesh ".
Her appearances were sometimes foreshadowed by Molly excusing herself to the kitchen or to have a nap and Fibber wistfully delivering a compliment to her starting, " Ah, there goes a good kid ", upon which the doorbell would ring and Teeny would appear.
Her performance as Annette Hargrove was praised by the San Francisco Chronicle: " Witherspoon is especially good in the least flashy role, and even when called upon to make a series of cute devilish faces, she pulls it off.
Her relationship with her husband had deteriorated, and with much plea from Melania, a wealthy widow from Palestine and good friend of Eudocia, Theosodius allowed her to go.
Her bravery and loyalty had gained her general sympathy, increased by her good manners and gentle character.
Charles wrote to the Convent of Santa Clara caretakers: " It seems to me that the best and most suitable thing for you to do is to make sure that no person speaks with Her Majesty, for no good could come from it ".
His tenure of the Foreign Office was noteworthy for the famous dispatch in which he defended Italian independence: " Her Majesty's Government will turn their eyes rather to the gratifying prospect of a people building up the edifice of their liberties, and consolidating the work of their independence, amid the sympathies and good wishes of Europe " ( 27 October 1860 ).
Her name was incorrectly spelled " Robson " in the billing, which she used from that point forward " for good luck ".
Her theatrical debut was in La visita de la bestia, which is a Spanish version of Extremities, and she got good reviews from the press by playing the very dramatic main role.
He said of Crabtree's work on Brisco, " Her horses sounded so natural and real – their hooves, the sound of their hooves on the texture of the ground, the sound of saddle movement, bridle jingles – it was as good as anything I would want for a feature film, and this was episodic television.
Her mother Grace, who described Stéphanie as a " warm, bright, amusing, intelligent and capable girl " and a " good athlete ", lovingly called her " wild child " ( French: enfant terrible ).
Her mother was living and in good health ; she had a sister who displayed various nervous symptoms and an eplieptic nephew.
Her and form
Her form was silhouetted and with the strong light I could see the outlines of her body, a body that an artist or anyone else would have admired.
`` Her basic hull form ( a teardrop ) and her nuclear power plant will be used for almost all new submarines, including the potent Polaris missile submarines '', the statement went on.
Her chief center of worship was at Paphos, where the goddess of desire had been worshipped from the early Iron Age in the form of Ishtar and Astarte.
Her name is the Latinized form of the Greek ( Androméda ) or ( Andromédē ): " ruler of men ", from ( anēr, andrós ) " man ", and medon, " ruler ".
Her example of love is considered to be beyond the understanding of material realm as it surpasses any form of selfish love or lust that is visibile in the material world.
Guru Arjan, Nanak V, says, " God is beyond colour and form, yet His / Her presence is clearly visible " ( GG, 74 ), and " Nanak's Lord transcends the world as well as the scriptures of the east and the west, and yet He / She is clearly manifest " ( GG, 397 ).
When the general election of 2010 produced a hung parliament, the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties agreed to form Her Majesty's current coalition government, the first in seventy years.
Under this form of government, called the Westminster System, the Sovereign is Head of State and titular head of Her Majesty's Government.
The monarch appoints a Prime Minister as the head of Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, guided by the strict convention that the Prime Minister should be the member of the House of Commons most likely to be able to form a Government with the support of that House.
Her conclusions were anticipated by William Henry Bragg, who published models of naphthalene and anthracene in 1921 based on other molecules, an early form of molecular replacement.
Her nearest Roman equivalent, Vesta, had similar functions as a divine personification of Rome's " public " and domestic hearths, including those of her colonies ; and Vesta's cults bound Romans together in the form of an extended family.
It was performed in Edinburgh in 1974 and in a revised form at Her Majesty's Theatre, London, in 1977.
As the sovereign is shared equally with 15 other independent countries in a form of personal union, as well as with the ten other jurisdictions of Canada, and resides predominantly in her oldest realm, the United Kingdom, she, on the advice of her Canadian prime minister only, appoints the governor general to carry out most of her constitutional and ceremonial duties for an unfixed period of time — known as serving at Her Majesty's pleasure — though five years is the normal convention.
Her supposed Mustique indiscretions form an important part of the background of the quasi-historical 2008 film The Bank Job.
Her long poem The Way of All the Earth or Woman of Kitezh ( Kitezhanka ) was published in complete form in 1965.
Her lyrics are composed of short fragments of simple speech that do not form a logical coherent pattern.
The formal form of address for an ambassador is generally the form that would be used to address a head of state: "( Your / His / Her ) Excellency " followed by name and / or the country represented.
By exhorting Mahamāyā to release Her illusory hold on Vishnu, Brahma is able to bring Vishnu to aid him in killing two demons, Madhu and Kaitabh, who have manifested from Vishnu's sleeping form.
Māyā, in Her form as Durga, was called upon when the gods and goddesses were helpless against the attacks of the demon Mahisasura.
Her associations with hawks, lions, and the very stone of the wild, mountainous Anatolian landscape, suggest her as mother of the land and its wild, untrammeled nature, with power to dominate, moderate or soften its latent ferocity, and control its potential threats to a settled, civilised life ; thus, her enrollment as a protective goddess of the state by Anatolian elites, possibly concurrent with some form of ruler-cult.