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Her voice was ripe and full and her teeth flashed again in Sicilian brilliance before the warm curved lips met and her mouth settled in repose.
Her mouth, soft and full, was something for any man to dream about.
Her cryptic words were " Do not loosen the bulging mouth of the wineskin until you have reached the height of Athens, lest you die of grief.
Her father also told Baleka that Shaka spoke as though " his tongue were too big for his mouth.
" 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 nostrils are also broad, her mouth fairly wide.
Her nose was small and straight, and her mouth was well-formed ; however she kept it closed most of the time so as not to reveal her bad teeth.
Her tragic cycle Requiem documents her personal experience of this time ; as she writes, " one hundred million voices shout " through her " tortured mouth ".
Her readership generally did not know her later opus, the railing passion of Requiem or Poem without a Hero and her other scathing works, which were shared only with a very trusted few or circulated in secret by word of mouth ( samizdat ).
Her eyes were grey, and her mouth was small ; her smile allowed her to demonstrate her wry humour, her wit, and her graciousness.
Her " horses " tend to speak as if they have a gag in their mouth.
Her sullen mouth was full and rich -- her eyes smoldered.
Her nose and chin jut bulbously from her face, and her mouth sports a single tooth.
Her face altering from oval to round ... the tongue broad and thick, voice guttural, and the pronunciation as if the tongue were too large for the mouth ( cretinoid ) ...
Her face, once blunt-featured and later flawlessly beautiful, now had a small mouth and tiny eyes surrounded by smooth folds.
Her mouth was bleeding and her eyes disfigured from having acid thrown in them.
Norman G. Finkelstein openly criticized Lipstadt for her role in the Irving trial, stating " Her lawyers imposed a gag rule on Deborah Lipstadt during her trial with David Irving-she was banned not only from testifying in court but also speaking to the press-because they knew full well that a single word from this know-nothing's mouth would sink the ship.
Her face has no apparent mouth, although she can speak and somehow absorb liquids through her face.
Her larger-than-life personality caught the attention of TV executives at Fox, who gave her big Brooklyn mouth it's broadcast debut in February 2011.
Her mouth is thin, and her face pale.
Her mouth hangs open as Kaa brushes back her hair and slides around her neck.
Her mouth frequently appears out of sync with her words, and her footsteps often sound ten minutes before she actually makes them.
Her eggs are interconnected by a number of stalks ; the whole mass is held safely by means of suckers near her mouth.
" Her large mouth would come to relegate her motion picture work to largely supporting comic parts, and was often made up in such a way that it appeared even larger than it already was.

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Her stern was down and a sharp list helped us to cut loose the lifeboat which dropped heavily into the water.
Her long thin arms moved in a slow rhythmical gesture over the family possessions which were placed in front of her.
Her uniform was of rich, raw silk, in a shade which matched her hair, skin, housepaint, and cats, and since she was so thin as to be almost shapeless, she rather resembled a frozen fish stick.
Her day starts early, but no matter how many pressing letters there are to be written ( and during May, which is National Salvation Army Week, there are plenty ), schedules to be made or problems to be solved, Mrs. Marr's office is always open and the welcome mat is out.
Her bouffant coiffure was fortunately combed on the left which happened to be the direction from which a brisk breeze was blowing.
Her hair was the color of those blooms which in seed catalogues are referred to as `` black '', but since no flower is actually without color contain always a hint of grape or purple or blue -- he wanted to draw the broad patina of hair through his fingers, searching it slowly for a trace of veining which might reveal its true shade beneath the darkness.
Her statement was a hope, not a truth in which they could believe.
Her time spent at the many locations featured in her books is very apparent by the extreme detail in which she describes them.
Her first appearance was in a short story published in The Sketch magazine in 1926, " The Tuesday Night Club ", which later became the first chapter of The Thirteen Problems ( 1932 ).
Her symbolic role in this unique mission to the Spanish Court was intended to emphasize the international links which were forged by her 16th-century ancestor, Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Her second and last novel, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, which is considered to be one of the first sustained feminist novels, appeared in 1848.
Her acquaintance with him parallels her writing a number of poems, which may suggest she fell in love with him.
Everything thus turns upon the status and meaning of clause 2 in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900, which provides: " The provisions of this Act referring to the Queen shall extend to Her Majesty's heirs and successors in the sovereignty of the United Kingdom.
Her first published work was a critical evaluation of D. H. Lawrence called D. H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study, which she wrote in sixteen days.
Her journals, which span several decades, provide a deeply explorative insight into her personal life and relationships.
Her films of the early and mid 1950s were generally lightweight romantic dramas, some historical, in which she was cast as ingénue or siren, often in varying states of undress.
Her wish to be buried there was granted after she left an estate sworn at under £ 40, 000, of which Disraeli received over £ 30, 000.
Her work was selected for exhibition in six subsequent Salons until, in 1874, she joined the " rejected " Impressionists in the first of their own exhibitions, which included Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Alfred Sisley.
Her early pious activities in Siena attracted a group of followers, both women and men, while they also brought her to the attention of the Dominican Order, which called her to Florence in 1374 to interrogate her for possible heresy.
Her report, Work Accidents and the Law ( 1910 ), became a classic and resulted in the first workers ' compensation law, which she drafted while serving on a New York state commission.
Her early stories were notable for their emphasis on the senses and emotions, which was highly unusual at the time.
Her popularity as a radio performer and vocalist, which included a second hit record " My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time ", led directly to a career in films.

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