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She admits that the phrase " really real " is apparently senseless but nonetheless has tried to explicate the supposed difference between the two.
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America sees the absurdities -- she sees the kingdoms of Europe, disturbed by wrangling sectaries, or their commerce, population and improvements of every kind cramped and retarded, because the human mind like the body is fettered ' and bound fast by the chords of policy and superstition ': She laughs at their folly and shuns their errors: She founds her empire upon the idea of universal toleration: She admits all religions into her bosom ; She secures the sacred rights of every individual ; and ( astonishing absurdity to Europeans!
She admits to Data later in the episode Offspring, that she was often ridiculed and unpopular in school and it had been very painful for her.
She also admits that it brought back painful memories of those years when she saw her son Wesley going through the same ridicule as a child.
He admits, " If there's a bigger influence on Buffy than Kitty, I don't know what it was ... She was an adolescent girl finding out she has great power and dealing with it.
" She has confessed to having a longtime crush on Salma Hayek and admits to having fantasized about her.
She admits that Eva's behaviour had been blameless and that the firing was motivated solely by Sheila's jealousy and spite towards a pretty working-class woman.
Laurette is not repentant: She coldbloodedly admits that she considers their marriage to be purely a business affair.
She accepts, but when he asks her how much she loves him, she admits " Nobody could love ' ee more than Tess did!
She had earlier written Angel a psalm-like letter, full of love, self-abasement, and pleas for mercy ; now, however, she finally admits to herself that Angel has wronged her and scribbles a hasty note saying that she will do all she can to forget him, since he has treated her so unjustly.
She admits to wondering occasionally what a life with Stevens might have been like, but she has come to love her husband and is looking forward to the birth of their first grandchild.
She confides in Tsukushi about her relationship with him and admits to her that Sojirou is her fantasy.
She had been covering for him on the assumption that he killed Cathcart, but when Goyles is caught, he admits that he simply ran away in fear when he discovered the body.
She voluntarily admits herself after a short consultation with a psychiatrist who is also an acquaintance of the family.
She and phrase
She was a living doll and no mistake -- the blue-black bang, the wide cheekbones, olive-flushed, that betrayed the Cherokee strain in her Midwestern lineage, and the mouth whose only fault, in the novelist's carping phrase, was that the lower lip was a trifle too voluptuous.
He said of his mother, " She improved my love of vegetables by introducing the phrase, ' You can't go out and play cricket until you have eaten all your vegetables.
She was misinterpreted by many as claiming the doctrine as a direct origin of the phrase and the connection gained currency in 1982, when the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights issued a report on wife abuse, titled " Under the Rule of Thumb.
This phrase became the tag line for Lennon's song, " She Said She Said ", which appeared on the Revolver ( 1966 ) album.
She describes these as " sensitive periods ", a phrase coined by de Vries during his studies on animals.
She teaches them to conga and demonstrates to Bertram the meaning of the phrase " yum yum " ( kisses ).
She became known as " the most dangerous woman in America ," a phrase coined by a West Virginia district attorney, Reese Blizzard, in 1902, at her trial for ignoring an injunction banning meetings by striking miners.
* She is certain of success-quite specifies certain of success in the adverbial phrase quite certain of success
The movie, based on H. Rider Haggard's novel of the same name, is perhaps best known for popularizing a phrase from the novel, " She who must be obeyed.
She says " meow " (" nyan ") after almost every phrase she says, though she is the only cat who does this.
She is clothed like a man, and armed only with her wits and a scrap of paper containing a mysterious Arabic phrase.
She is well known for this attitude from her catch phrase: " Ecchi na no wa ikenai to omoimasu " (" I think that dirty thoughts are bad ").
She called them the " devil's children ," the phrase June had apparently used of Sheila, and said she believed she was capable of murdering them, or of getting them to kill others.
English as She Is Spoke is the common name of a 19th-century book written by Pedro Carolino and falsely additionally credited to José da Fonseca, which was intended as a Portuguese-English conversational guide or phrase book, but is regarded as a classic source of unintentional humour, as the given English translations are generally completely incoherent.
The Portuguese-French phrase book is apparently a competent work, without the defects that characterise English as She Is Spoke.
McCartney and an uncredited George Harrison guested on " Carolina In My Mind ", whose lyric holy host of others standing around me made reference to the Beatles, while the title phrase of Taylor's " Something in the Way She Moves " provided the starting point for Harrison's classic " Something ".