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She designed and supervised the building of the Harbert, Michigan, house, most of which was constructed by one local carpenter who carried the heavy beams singly upon his shoulder.
She carried, besides her captain, a crew of twenty-one and provisions for a voyage of exploration of the Arctic waters of North America.
She carried on a long correspondence with Pope Gregory XI, also asking him to reform the clergy and the administration of the Papal States.
She " carried the baby in her arms to the king in a condition for him to see and to know and realise for himself what she dared not tell him ".
" She was also a believer and a practitioner of magic, performing curses against those whom she felt deserved it: as Ronald Hutton noted, " Once she carried out a ritual to blast a fellow academic whose promotion she believed to have been undeserved, by mixing up ingredients in a frying pan in the presence of two colleagues.
She may appear as a mystical divinity with a scepter and a little box, but she was mostly represented in the act of being carried off by Hades.
She has a tendency to get carried away fixing or improving anything she sees inefficient.
Some of the most popular TV series which premiered during the 1980s or carried over from the 1970s include: Alf, Airwolf, The A-Team, Dynasty, Dallas, Knight Rider, MacGyver, Magnum, P. I., Miami Vice, Diff ' rent Strokes, The Jeffersons, The Facts of Life, The Cosby Show, Murder, She Wrote, 21 Jump Street, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Night Court, Who's the Boss ?, Family Matters, Quantum Leap, Saved by the Bell, Roseanne, Full House, The Golden Girls, Cheers, Growing Pains, Family Ties, Seinfeld, The Simpsons and Married ... with Children.
She is carried off the bus backwards whilst being kicked and handcuffed and harassed on the way to the police station.
She carried the scars for the rest of her life.
She also carried a revolver, and was not afraid to use it.
She carried out a successful tour of America in 1915, and on returning to France she played in her own productions almost continuously until her death.
She ordered him to bring her bones to Palermo and have them carried in procession through the city.
She was the daughter of Agenor, and on her disappearance from Earth the Phœnicians honoured her with a temple and told a sacred legend about her ; how that Zeus was enamoured of her for her beauty, and changing his form into that of a bull carried her off into Crete.
She carried a sketchbook with her for capturing interesting children.
She carried it with her as she worked and lived in towns and cities across the Soviet Union.
She was created a Commander of the Order of the British Empire ( CBE ) in 1952, and raised to Dame Commander ( DBE ) in 1960, an award which was partly for her charity work, largely unnoticed, which she carried on until her death, often for small and rather obscure charities rather than the grand ones which would have given her more publicity.
She remained a loyal companion to him as they carried out their crime spree and awaited the violent deaths they viewed as inevitable.
She, thinking he was a lion, carried his head on a stick back to Thebes, only realizing what had happened after meeting Cadmus.
She walks away, the gun still pointed at her, and explains that while the first murder carried extenuating circumstances of his own mental state, murdering her as well surely would result in the electric chair.
She had a remarkable memory and considerable influence on the emperor's administration, carried out official business on his behalf, and apparently made a lot of money from her position.
She pursued Díthorba's sons alone, disguised as a leper, and overcame each of them in turn when they tried to have sex with her, tied them up, and carried the three of them bodily to Ulster.
She conveyed those secrets to Confederate officers via her slave, Eliza Hopewell, who carried the messages in a hollowed-out watch case.
She never carried a firearm, and reported only two arrests during her entire term.
She put them in a bowl and carried this to the men's lodge, and presented it to Igaluk, saying " If you enjoy me so much, then eat these ," and ran away out the door, grabbing a torch as she went.

She and 12
She stated that her DNA has expanded from 2 to 12 strands, to " absorb more hydrogen ".
Following the success of the album She Will Have Her Way in 2005, a second album of cover versions of Finn Brothers songs, He Will Have His Way, was released on 12 November 2010.
She then reprised the role in the Broadway production from January 10 through November 12, 2006.
She was already a regular at the famed Studio 54 when she was a little girl, smoking cigarettes at age nine, drinking alcohol by the time she was 11, smoking marijuana at 12, and snorting cocaine at 13.
She died 12 years later, in 1581.
She did not win her first game until the 11th round and finished with 5 points in 13 games, tied with Victor Korchnoi for 1112 position among the fourteen GMs.
She later testified that she experienced her first vision around 1424 at the age of 12 years, when she was out alone in a field and saw visions of figures she identified as Saint Michael, Saint Catherine, and Saint Margaret, who told her to drive out the English and bring the Dauphin to Reims for his coronation.
She states that her DNA expanded from 2 to 12 strands to take up more hydrogen.
She has one daughter, Tatiana ( born March 12, 1997 ) by Warren Walker.
She played Hedda Gabler for 12 performances at New York City's Longacre Theatre, opening on June 28, 1942.
She was ranked # 12 on Peoples Most Beautiful 2011 list.
She suffers from aquaphobia because of a traumatic near-drowning at age 12.
She was sentenced to only 12 years in prison ( 10 years for Mahaffy and French but only 2 years for Tammy ).
She died on July 12 1995.
She also met keyboardist Eddy Quintela ( 12 years her junior ), whom she married on October 18, 1986.
She was also ranked No. 12 in their Top 50 Favorite Female TV Characters.
She was born on October 12, 1925, to Carrie " Tunch " Butler ( 1909 – 1948 ), who had worked for Thurmond's parents and was 16 years old when Thurmond, then 22 impregnated her.
:* Infected 12 of her coworkers, She was arrested, convicted, 20 year sentence
She married Henry VIII on 12 July 1543.
She was about 12 years old, the daughter of Charles the Bald, King of the West Franks.
She only remained a week before returning to Vienna and secretly marrying Arthur on 12 June 1876.
She fought for 12 years and gained high merit, but she refused any reward and retired to her hometown instead.
She has 14 non-fiction publications, of which 12 are original publications and two are self-translations.
She begins to lay about a week after mating and lays one egg every day or two ; the clutch comprises 5 to 12 eggs.
She died 12 hours later in Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, after being transferred from the event's first-aid post.

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