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She arrived late and as she entered the party, noted that gentlemen seemed to be in the majority ; ;
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She was annoyed at this, so she arrived with a golden apple inscribed with the word καλλίστῃ ( kallistēi, " for the fairest one "), which she threw among the goddesses.
She arrived in New York City in November 1938, five days before Kristallnacht, or ' night of broken glass '; when news of the event reached the U. S., Riefenstahl maintained that Hitler was innocent.
She arrived at Lyttelton 99 days later on 16 December 1850, with 34 cabin passengers, 15 intermediate and 161 steerage passengers.
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She made several screen tests, learned the script, and arrived in Rome in the summer of 1949 to shoot the picture.
She also influenced the design of carts in England when she arrived in a carriage, presumably from Kocs, Hungary, to meet her future husband Richard.
She strongly advised Mary to accept Maximilian's suit, and marry him immediately ; he arrived in Burgundy on 5 August 1477, and by 17 August had arrived at Ten Waele Castle, in Ghent.
She managed to crawl out of the car and up to the gate and when the police arrived, they assumed Jane had been driving.
She forgot that her husband's birthday was that night, and only remembered when a birthday present, a rare Brahms recording, arrived from Addie Ross.
She arrived on a stage coach whose wheel has broken ( possibly by Burdette's men ), which delays its departure.
She was restrained, while Jerry's brother Chester Alday and uncle Aubrey Alday arrived in a pickup truck.
She had arrived in Springfield via the Lost Wagon Train of 1853goes that a group of prominent Eugene businessmen paid railroad financier, Ben Holladay, $ 40, 000 to bypass Springfield by crossing the Willamette River near Harrisburg instead of Springfield.
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She started her own non-profit organization in the late 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League.
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She was inducted in the Artist Inductees category along with fellow disco legends Chic and the late Sylvester.
She said she was kept naked in a suicide watch cell and given cold showers and that Reno visited her late at night in pursuit of her confession and damning testimony.
She was the daughter of Margaret L. Kempe and William Burr Howell, and the granddaughter of the late New Jersey Governor Richard Howell and his wife Keziah.
She traveled to Washington, D. C. in June 2009 to unveil a statue of her late husband in the Capitol Rotunda.
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She borrowed the money from a wealthy friend named Anthony Shimer, and arranged to receive the gold late one night.
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She had several parts in the late ' 80s, including advertisements for Burger King, California Raisins, Quaker Oats, and Vlasic Pickles.
She was the face of Chanel No. 5 in the late 1970s and she caused sales of the perfume to soar in the United Statesso much so that the American press, captivated by her charm, nominated her as the world's most elegant woman.
She left Manzanar in late 1943 for Madison, Wisconsin and one year later moved to Chicago, Illinois.
She paid above-market estimates when purchasing jewels from the estate of Dowager Empress Marie of Russia and paid almost three times the estimate when buying the family's Cambridge Emeralds from Lady Kilmorey, the mistress of her late brother Prince Francis.