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Now she herself took power and soon also killed her oldest surviving son Seleucus V. Two different motives are given as reason for this deed: According to one version he had attempted to claim the throne without her agreement, according to the other version she was afraid that he might avenge the assassination of his father.
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Now Britain has decided to seek admission to the European Economic Community and it seems certain that she will be joined by some of her partners in the loose Free Trade Area of the `` Outer Seven ''.
Now Hans had given Ma something of his -- we both had when we thought she was going straight to Pa -- something valuable ; ;
Now she kept herself protectively ready to laugh again and sure enough he pointed at her with his index finger and said `` Toot ''!!
Now she could let out the three parakeets without fear they would be stepped on or that Stowey would let them out one of the doors ; ;
Now there was no work in the fields, nor would there be till it rained, and she did not know where he went.
Now, riding this hospital bus, feeling isolated and utterly alone, I knew that she was genuine and unique, quite unlike any girl I had known before.
Now her modern tapestries have been exhibited on two continents and, at 26, she feels she is on the threshold of a whole new life in Los Angeles.
Now, having been sent halfway around the world on a job she had not asked for, Tommy was being humiliated at every turn.
The very night after her father's funeral she had thought, though never admitted to a soul: Now I can go.
Now, if this were Vivian next door to him and if, for some obscure female reason, she kept her clothes in the refrigerator, they would not be pink.
The Smiths song " Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now " refers to Caligula: " What she asked of me at the end of the day / Caligula would have blushed ".
In 1965 she moved to the United States and, touring constantly, began to be recognized when her original songs (" Urge for Going ," " Chelsea Morning ," " Both Sides, Now ," " The Circle Game ") were covered by notable folk singers, allowing her to sign with Reprise Records and record her own debut album in 1968.
Now in her late thirties, Pickford was unable to play the children, teenage spitfires and feisty young women so adored by her fans, nor could she play the sleekly elegant heroines of early sound.
Now about 34, she has had an affair with an officer in her household and has allegedly plotted to overthrow Valentinian, who has sent her to a convent at Constantinople.
Now signed to the Decca label, she had several popular hits while recording with such artists as the Ink Spots, Louis Jordan, and the Delta Rhythm Boys.
Now and herself
In All's Well That Ends Well Diana appears as a figure in the play and Helena makes multiple allusions to her, such as, " Now, Dian, from thy altar do I fly ..." and "... wish chastely and love dearly, that your Dian / was both herself and love ..." The Steward also says, "...; Dian no queen of virgins ,/ that
Now a fugitive, founding SLA member Emily Harris disguised herself and visited Soliah, who was on the job at a bookstore.
Now, as an adult, she is afraid to drive, and considers herself lucky that you do not really need a car in New York City.
Saint Gregory the Great ( 590-604 ), Moralia: " Now the holy Church universal proclaims that God cannot be truly worshipped saving within herself, asserting that all they that are without her shall never be saved.
Now she could defend herself and no longer had to endure the humiliation at the hands of her son's wife.
Shatner went on the Tonight Show again on December 11, 2009 to read excerpts from Palin's Going Rogue: An American Life, but this was followed by an appearance from Palin herself reading excerpts from Shatner's autobiography, Up Till Now.
Wandering through the woods by herself, So White runs into the Sebben Dwarfs, seven diminutive army men in uniform who sing " We're in the Army Now ," with two dwarfs singing " it takes us cats ... to catch them rats " at the end, and So White declares in a 1940s swing-style singing voice, " I'm wacky over khaki now!
According to a press release by Democracy Now !, Goodman herself was arrested after confronting officers regarding the arrest of her colleagues.
Now calling herself Sister Zero, Maggie attempts to kill Selina, but ultimately flees after being defeated by the Sirens.
Now calling herself Helena, Rubinstein could soon afford to open a salon in fashionable Collins Street, selling glamour as a science to clients whose skin was " diagnosed " and a suitable treatment " prescribed ".
Now disguised as a female singer ( thanks to his bishōnen appearance ) in order to hide from the Inbit and certain locals, Yellow has made quite a name for him / herself as an entertainer.
Minnie herself is mentioned in a number of other Cab Calloway songs, including " Minnie the Moocher's Wedding Day ", " Ghost of Smoky Joe ", " Kickin ' the Gong Around ", " Minnie's a Hepcat Now ", " Mister Paganini-Swing for Minnie ", " We Go Well Together ", and " Zah Zuh Zaz ".
A tall ( 5 ' 10 "), gangling woman with a distinctive voice, Wickes would ultimately prove herself adept as a comedienne, but she first attracted attention in the film Now, Voyager ( 1942 ), as the wisecracking nurse who helped Bette Davis's character during her mother's illness.
Now obsessed with vengeance, Willow resumes using magic and quickly begins to lose herself in the dark power.
This is one of the three Jackson songs penned by herself, including, " Whoops Now " ( 1993 ) and " Ask for More " ( 1998 ).
As she lost money to pay the rent, she struggled to feed herself and felt “ cold, hunger, and lonel .” Now Shaw started to question whether the ministerial profession was meant for her.
Now go through the pairs: if there is a left-shoe owner who has less than 10, say 8, then it can join this poor player, sell their shoes, give him 1, and keep 9 to herself.
She has said previously that her goal was to ease herself into the role of news reader part-time and, as a result, can be seen during the late afternoon and evening hours of Fridays anchoring CBC Newsworld's one-minute headline-style newscast ( CBC News: Now ) at the top of every hour, between 6 p. m. and 12 a. m. EST.
Now known as the White Lady of Castle Huntly, the ghost has been spotted wandering the grounds, or else in the window of the tower from which she allegedly hurled herself.