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She ascribed it to her grandmother Adriana Porter, and claimed that the earlier published text was distorted from " its original form ".
She bore no male heir to succeed to the Duchy, but she preserved it from ruin ; to her actions can be ascribed the survival of the Burgundian state, and the prevention of French dominance in Europe.
She ascribed her popularity to her insistence on ignoring the etiquette of the Saxon court and, perhaps to cast herself as a victim, compared herself to her Habsburg relative, Marie Antoinette, who disliked court rituals at Versailles and, like Luise, had avoided the noble courtiers who depended on those rituals to affirm their places at court.
She was interred in Finchley cemetery, under a handsome monument erected by her firm friend, Dr. Louis Mond, to whose generosity is also to be ascribed the reissue since her death of ' The Ascent of Man ,' with an introduction by Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace ( 1899 ) and the publication of ' The Poetical Works of Mathilde Blind ' ( a selection edited by Arthur Symons, with a memoir by Dr. Garnett, 1900, 8vo ).
She held the post from December 2003 to February 2006, when she was forced to step down by Prime Minister Ivo Sanader following allegations that she leaked information to the press and opposed certain government policies, although some media pundits ascribed her resignation to her prominent public stance and ministerial results which overshadowed HDZ ministers.
She wrote very little prose, and her poetry was so different in style, so much more buoyant in tone and independent in manner, that the verses of one sister were rarely ascribed to the other.

She and her
She lay there, making no effort to get back on her feet.
She drank greedily, and murmured, `` Thank you '', as he lowered her head.
She rubbed her eyes and stretched, then sat up, her hands going to her hair.
She stared at him, her eyes wide as she thought about what he had said ; ;
She got to her feet, staggered, and almost fell.
She sat down at the table, shaking her head.
She clung to him, talking to him, and dabbing at her eyes.
She was carrying a quirt, and she started to raise it, then let it fall again and dangle from her wrist.
She showed her surprise by tightening the reins and moving the gelding around so that she could get a better look at his face.
She said, and her tone had softened until it was almost friendly.
She had picked up the quirt and was twirling it around her wrist and smiling at him.
She swung the quirt again, and this time he caught her wrist and pulled her out of the saddle.
She came down against him, and he tried to break her fall.
She wiped it off with the sleeve of her coat.
She brought up her free hand to hit him, but this time he was quicker.
She finally regained her balance and got up in the saddle.
She had offered to walk, but Pamela knew she would not feel comfortable about her child until she had personally confided her to the care of the little pink woman who chose to be called `` Auntie ''.
She remembered little of her previous journey there with Grace, and she could but hope that her dedication to her mission would enable her to accomplish it.

She and delight
She would see them, looking just as they had in the books, and this would make up a part of her delight.
She is confused when Cadmus does not delight in her trophy, his face contorting in horror.
She responds by stating that she wrote the memoir for herself, not for delight, but so that later generations will have a true account of her lineage and life.
She does contradict herself, however, by adding that she writes for delight, which she had denied in her previous work.
She enjoyed the acting experience and working opposite Robinson, who admitted in his biography that it was a " delight to work with and know " Arthur.
She enjoyed dancing and took great delight in organising masques.
She is a delight and a darling.
She seems to delight in condemning her most gifted sons to an ordeal the very reverse of that which we should anticipate.
She was next seen in director Onir's critically acclaimed anthology film I Am, sharing the screen with Juhi Chawla ; noted film critic Taran Adarsh commented, " It's a delight to watch Juhi and Manisha, after a hiatus.
She takes delight in torturing the Lion before Dorothy which angers her.
She wound up freezing Leo several times, much to Prue and Phoebe's delight.
She told him, cruelly and with much delight, that Zaknafein had been sacrificed to Lolth in order to regain the Spider Queen's favor.
She takes delight in any opportunity to expose Clive for the wimp and loser that he is.
She played the title role of which film critic Taran Adarsh commented, " It's a delight to watch Juhi and Manisha, after a hiatus.
She also falls pregnant, much to her delight.
She rises before the troops the next morning, and to their delight, leads them in a second attack.
She described Hunzvi as a " cruel and vile man who took delight in beating me.
She was also a lifelong Boston Red Sox fan, and the staff of the nursing home where she lived reported her delight at the team winning the 2004 World Series.
She was terrified that she would have to tell him that his stuff was unusable, but to her delight the outline was wonderful and she went to work.
She represents self-love backed by plenty of gym time and a whole troupe of devoted flunkies, all laboring to delight an audience she only seems to disdain.
She is a source as much of delight as of dolour.
She works with lawyers and leaves her two-third share of her father's plantation, Tara, to her son Wade Hamilton ( fathered by her first husband, Charles Hamilton, brother of Melanie Wilkes ), buys Ballyhara and settles down in Ireland, to her Irish family's delight.
She loves to see the delight on childrens faces, at the buttercups she cares for!
She was noted for her sarcastic wit and was apparently an exceptional singer, often singing her own compositions to the delight of her rustic audience.

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