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One girl describes her past, her succession of broken marriages, the abortions she has had and finally confesses that she loves sex and sees no reason why she must justify her passion.
One of the girl students, sitting by while I ate the thick soup, asked me if I had a sleeping bag.
One young girl told me how her mother removed a wart from her finger by soaking a copper penny in vinegar for three days and then painting the finger with the liquid several times.
One such girl is Marie, who wants to return home, and so hitches a ride back to the capital of Lalonde after settlement, in an attempt to return to Earth.
One of those included that of Millicent, the girl who kissed Bobby and induced him to see fireworks on The Brady Bunch.
One day, Léon sees Mathilda Lando ( Natalie Portman ), a twelve-year-old girl who is smoking a cigarette and sporting a black eye.
One strip, during the school dance, hinted he had a crush of sorts on the only girl Toots, however, she quickly rejected him.
One day, Trillian arrives on Lamuella, and presents Arthur with Random Dent, a teenage girl she claims is his daughter, conceived by Trillian via artificial insemination using the only human sperm samples available, those given by Arthur to pay for his space travels.
One of these zines is written by a girl named Marisol who writes a zine called Escape Velocity.
One of their aims is to ensure that " every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, every young person is free of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases, and every girl and woman is treated with dignity and respect ".
*" One Hour With You " ( Oscar Straus / Richard A. Whiting )-Harpo with another girl and his horse — segué into a bit of " The Old Gray Mare "
" The beginning of the song states: " Natalie Wood gave her heart to James Dean / High school rebel and a teenage queen / Standing together in an angry world / One boy fighting for one girl.
One night, Cinyras wanted to know the identity of the girl with whom he had conducted the affair.
One example involved a scene which opened with Cameron's character Mike and a girl talking in bed only to pull out to reveal that they were on stage rehearsing a scene for a play.
One widely publicized incident occurred in 2000 when police arrested a 12-year-old girl for eating french fries in the Tenleytown-AU station.
One of the lowest documented body temperature from which anyone has recovered was, in a near-drowning incident involving a 7-year-old girl in Sweden in December 2010.
One author said, " although she had only three lines in the film, her luscious figure in a fur bikini made her a star and the dream girl of millions of young moviegoers.
One girl however refuses to return hers since she intends to give it to a friend who is a policeman.
One of the characters was a magical girl seiyū before joining the crew ( and in fact is a parody of a specific seiyū, Megumi Hayashibara ), another is a fangirl who likes to draw her own shōnen-ai doujinshi, and a third is an otaku who bases his entire life on Gekigangar III.
One ancient account linked him romantically with a flute girl who subsequently gave her name, Nanno, to one of his two books.
It was followed by " Will You Love Me Tomorrow ", written by husband-wife songwriting team Gerry Goffin and Carole King ; the song went on to become either the first Billboard number-one hit by an African-American girl group or the first Number One Hit by any girl group.
In episode 39, " The One Where Ross and Rachel ... You Know ", Chandler, when asked if a girl has ever laughed when he kissed her, says yes, but mentions that it was because " it was 1982, and my Flock of Seagulls haircut was tickling her chin.
At the top of her stardom, in the late 1940s and early 1950s, Crain was nicknamed ' Hollywood's Number One party girl ', and she was quoted saying that she was invited to at least 200 parties a year.

One and expressed
One study found that slightly altering photographs so that they more closely resembled the faces of study participants increased the trust the participants expressed regarding depicted persons.
One concern often expressed ( both by non-cyclists and some cyclists ) is the thought that riding in traffic exposes the cyclist to higher levels of air pollution, especially if he or she travels on or along busy roads.
The Oral Torah is the primary guide for Jews to abide by these terms, as expressed in tractate Gittin 60b, " the Holy One, Blessed be He, did not make His covenant with Israel except by virtue of the Oral Law " to help them learn how to live a holy life, and to bring holiness, peace and love into the world and into every part of life, so that life may be elevated to a high level of kedushah, originally through study and practice of the Torah, and since the destruction of the Second Temple, through prayer as expressed in tractate Sotah 49a " Since the destruction of the Temple, every day is more cursed than the preceding one ; and the existence of the world is assured only by the kedusha ... and the words spoken after the study of Torah.
" One of Lenin's challenges was distancing materialism, as a viable philosophical outlook, from the " vulgar materialism " expressed in the statement " the brain secretes thought in the same way as the liver secretes bile " ( attributed to 18th c. physician Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis, 1757 – 1808 ); " metaphysical materialism " ( matter composed of immutable particles ); and 19th-century " mechanical materialism " ( matter as random molecules interacting per the laws of mechanics ).
One of the most interesting ways that Wells expressed himself was through his drawings and sketches.
One interesting result Eysenck noted in his 1956 work was that in the United States and Great Britain, most of the political variance was subsumed by the left / right axis, while in France, the T-axis was larger, and in the Middle East, the only dimension to be found was the T-axis: " Among mid-Eastern Arabs it has been found that while the tough-minded / tender-minded dimension is still clearly expressed in the relationships observed between different attitudes, there is nothing that corresponds to the radical-conservative continuum.
One of the protesters expressed that entering serious discussions was a tactical error.
One of her friends there was future actress Maureen O ' Sullivan, two years her senior, to whom Vivian expressed her desire to become " a great actress ".
One source is commentaries to " A System of Ethics " by Friederich Paulsen ( 1917-1918 ) where he expressed: " I do not agree with the view that to be moral, the motive of one action has to be benefiting others ... Morality does not have to be defined in relation to others ... People like me want to ... satisfy our hearts to the full, and in doing so we automatically have the most valuable moral codes.
Ecclestone has expressed an intention to return Formula One racing to the circuit by hosting a biennial French Grand Prix at the circuit beginning in 2013 ( with a Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in the alternate years ).
One Illinois Republican expressed a common fear that if the South were allowed to simply restore its previous established powers, that the " reward of treason will be an increased representation ".
* One could eliminate the kelvin as it can be argued that temperature simply expresses the energy per particle per degree of freedom which can be expressed in terms of energy ( or mass, length, and time ).
One embeds R into R < nowiki ></ nowiki > X < nowiki ></ nowiki > by sending any ( constant ) a ∈ R to the sequence ( a, 0, 0, ...) and designates the sequence ( 0, 1, 0, 0, ...) by X ; then using the above definitions every sequence with only finitely many nonzero terms can be expressed in terms of these special elements as
One opinion expressed in the Talmud argues that this was where the death penalty's imposition originated.
One of Nielsen's earliest works for orchestra is the immediately successful Suite for Strings ( 1888 ), rather reminiscent of Scandinavian Romanticism as expressed by Grieg and Svendsen.
One day he expressed a desire to see inside what he considered a " real " house and Treves obliged, taking him to visit his Wimpole Street townhouse and meet his wife.
One notable Marxist approach to international relations theory is Immanuel Wallerstein's World-system theory which can be traced back to the ideas expressed by Lenin in Imperialism: The Highest Stage of capitalism.
One large shareholder commented that Murdoch has long " expressed his personal, political and business biases through his newspapers and television stations.
One argument for this has been made in the form of anomalous monism expressed by Donald Davidson, where it is argued that mental events are identical to physical events, and there can be strict law-governed causal relationships.
One who directly opposed the idea of decadence as expressed by Lenin was José Ortega y Gasset in The Revolt of the Masses ( 1930 ).
One of the articles he wrote for this publication expressed his view that deliberate defiance of the law is never a worthwhile course of action in a democracy.
In a 1919 interview with Louella Parsons, Thomas expressed her desire to have children, " One of these days we are going to have a family.
One common construction is 不得不 ( Pinyin: bùdébù, " cannot not "), which is used to express ( or feign ) a necessity more regretful and polite than that expressed by 必须 ( bìxū ).

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