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She ate what she could and went out along the covered passageway, with the rain dripping from the vines.
from Brown Corpus
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She is then given an extra-large tip by truckers who ate lunch there, perhaps to compensate for the loss of income for under-pricing the candies.
She ate inedible things like the script in the three-part " Ronald McDonald Makin ' Movies " commercial.
She attended to charitable works, serving orphans and the poor every day before she ate, and washing the feet of the poor in imitation of Christ.
She growled, barked, walked on all fours and crouched like a wild dog, sniffed at her food before she ate it, and was found to have acquired extremely acute senses of hearing, smell and sight.
She went to bed in the morning, got up in the evening, ate breakfast at night, and drove around in a carriage through the streets, in the courtyard, or wandered around the corridors of the sleeping castle with a light.
She was constantly making experiments, and practicing them upon the girls, weighing all their food before they ate it, holding that Graham flour and the Graham diet were better for them than richer food.
She compared this period favourably with the time at which she wrote these comments ( 1950 ’ s to 1960 ’ s ) when she was plagued with income tax problems which lasted for some twenty years and ate up most of what people presumed was a large fortune.
She often makes note of Wakko's ridiculous and disgusting eating habits ( even saying he went too far when he ate the moon in one episode ), going " DIIIIIISGUSTING!
She always ate the red smarties last, and when her father presented her habit to marketing, the campaign took off.
She is also very gluttonous being described as being like a champion eater when she was trespassing and ate inside random peoples ' home.
She ate enough oysters to set the untimed record for oyster eating after the 2005 oyster competition was officially over.
She also stated that in Romania, the gymnasts at Károlyi's school consumed well-balanced diets and, in fact, ate better than most of the other civilians in the country at the time.
Mary also revisited Dijon and ate with Parrish at Aux Trois Faisons where she was recognized and served by her old friend, the waiter Charles .. She later wrote a piece on their visit-The Standing and the Waiting-which was to become the centerpiece of Serve It Forth.
She and what
She placed her palms, fingers outspread, on the desk in an odd gesture as if to say, `` Now, what next ''??
She came from Ohio, from what she called a `` small farm '' of two hundred acres, as indeed it was to farmer-type farmers.
She regretted what she described as the `` unwarrantable & unnecessary '' check to their friendship and said that she felt that they understood one another perfectly.
She was the only kind of Negro Laura Andrus would want around: independent, unservile, probably charging double what ordinary maids did for housework -- and doubly efficient.
She had begun to turn back toward the house, but his look caught her and she stood still, waiting there for what his expression indicated would be a serious word of farewell.
She didn't mind working hard, not as if she figured to do anything wrong to live easy and soft -- all she wanted was a chance, where she wasn't marked as what she was.
She doled out what Glendora vaguely guessed were the right amounts of dried peas, eggs, cornmeal, a little salt.
She felt mindless, walking, and almost easy until the church spire told her she was near the cemetery, and she caught herself wondering what she would say to Doaty.
She managed a missionary drive for the church once and got the books so confused that old Mr. Webber, the eldest elder, who'd never donated more than five dollars to anything, had to cough up five hundred dollars to avoid a scandal in what Edythe called `` the bosoms of the church ''.
She discovered the quality and depth of her feelings in the wordless transitions between what she could say and what she could not say.
She contended that this understanding was what enabled the biblical Jesus to heal and accords with the Scripture: " We are of God: he that knoweth God heareth us ; he that is not of God heareth not us.