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She agreed to wear an orange dress, which is believed to have appeared red in the artificial lights of the theater, so that police could easily identify her.
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She and agreed
She agreed to take charge of five or six of the Negroes should Palfrey decide to send them north immediately.
She encountered some difficulty in publishing the first book, since most publishers would only offer her a deal if she agreed to remove the stories from the internet.
Even though it might have cost me a lot of money, I kept saying no .” She eventually found a publisher who agreed to print the book containing only 10 % of the material.
She agreed but only if she could choose her own husband and king, and after being crowned, she immediately crowned Guy with her own hands.
She was at first wary of Homer, but agreed to go to the prom with him, although she ended up going with Artie Ziff.
She agreed to return to the United States as his concubine after he promised to free her children when they came of age.
She is now living well again as her son, the new baronet, has agreed to financially support her ( in spite of her past neglect and indifference towards him ).
* She and her Moonlighting costar Bruce Willis almost became lovers off-screen but they agreed that it would hurt the series so they chose not to consummate their relationship on a physical level.
" She kept silent out of respect for her father and denies that the two had agreed that she would not reveal her connection to Thurmond.
She agreed with Bitzer that past responses can indicate what is an appropriate response to the current situation, but Miller holds that, rhetorically, genre should be " centered not on the substance or the form of discourse but on the action it is used to accomplish " ( Miller 151 ).
She finally agreed to play the song again on her " True Colors " tour in 2007, and it was featured in her 2008 tour of Australia as the second number performed at each show.
She and wear
She explained that she had a much more pronounced Klingon forehead and nose and had to wear a set of Klingon teeth, which made her feel uncomfortable.
She was also known to wear heavy makeup around her eyes and carry a tambourine which she could use to fend off the amorous advances of Pantalone.
She was known to never wear a dress twice and to change outfits anywhere from two to six times a day.
She explained that if the public came to see her they would wear their best clothes, so she should reciprocate in kind ; Norman Hartnell dressed her in gentle colours and avoided black to represent " the rainbow of hope ".
She was forced to wear ship instead of tack and the leading Spanish vessel came close enough to threaten her with a broadside.
She is later accused of stealing clothes from a store ( which he stole in order for her to have clothes to wear ).
She argued that there should be no difference in the clothes that little girls and boys wear, the toys they play with, or the activities they do, and described tomboys as perfect humans who ran around and used their bodies freely and healthily.
She then began to wear a back brace and was unsure about playing the US Open but elected to play while receiving treatment and stretching for two hours before each match.
She has to wear comfortable clothes to counteract her sensory integration dysfunction and has structured her lifestyle to avoid sensory overload.
She usually wears formal dresses and whenever she's not at work, she'll wear her usual casual clothes.
She is dressed as a bride, with wheat wreath, while the other girls, dressed in white wear a veil with bedstraw flowers.
She did not appear as a pictorial subject inside the magazine, although she did wear the classic leotard and bunny-ears outfit on the cover.
She must wear a spacesuit when underwater with a helmet in order to breathe, and vice versa when SpongeBob, Patrick, or any other sea creatures visit her tree-dome.
She and C-ko are both transfer students to Graviton High, but wear their former school's sailor-style uniform for most of the film.