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She declared that the noisy, metallic guitar breakdown of the song symbolised what waiting sounded like in the brain of all those who had waited.
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She and Sophia Charlotte developed a strong relationship in which Caroline was treated as a surrogate daughter ; the queen once declared Berlin was " a desert " without Caroline whenever she left temporarily for Ansbach.
She was briefly outlived by Caesarion, who was declared pharaoh by his supporters, but he was soon killed on Octavian's orders.
She later began an affair with the celebrated Acmeist poet Osip Mandelstam, whose wife, Nadezhda, declared later, in her autobiography that she came to forgive Akhmatova for it in time.
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She declared that she was suspicious of governmental priorities set without women's voice and argued that vote-denied women were being taxed without representation, echoing the famous credo from the American Revolution.
She tried to probe into her inner-self and declared that she would sing only those songs which have a meaning for her.
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She and noisy
She possessed a rubbery face capable of the broadest expressions — Life magazine compared her to Beatrice Lillie and Charlie Chaplin, and described her characterizations as taking " people or situations suspended in their own precarious balance between dignity and absurdity, and push ( ing ) them over the cliff with one single, pointed gesture "— the magazine noted a " particularly high-brow critic " as observing, " The trouble with most comedians who try to do satire is that they are essentially brash, noisy and indelicate people who have to use a sledge hammer to smash a butterfly.
She also makes a few pairs of " noisy shoes " by attaching pieces of metal to the soles of normal shoes.
Several of these pieces are quite different from their studio counterparts, in particular the noisy early version of " She Is Not Alone ".
She was still broke, still being conned by errant family members, still one of life's noisy malcontents, but not the formidable force she once was.
She and metallic
She became a physical witness of the plates, reporting that she felt them through a cloth, traced the pages through the cloth with her fingers, heard the metallic sound they made as she moved them, and felt their weight.
She conducted research in low temperature solid state physics, including studies in electron tunneling and vibrational modes of absorbed molecular species on metallic substrates ( surfaces ) at liquid helium temperatures.
She wears a belt of metallic discs, some with disc-charges containing plastic explosives, others have been shown to be compartments to house other equipment.
She tells him that she is sorry that she won't be able to look beautiful in her prom dress, as the camera pans up showing her new skin to be a golden metallic substance ; but her father reassures her that she will always be beautiful.
She organises exhibitions of her works and sells a metallic sculpture to the City of Seacouver to adorn a park.
She was dressed in a silver metallic costume with a headset, microphone, and push-buttons on her forearm.
She was also able to spin her body at increased speeds and her metallic body gave her strength and hardness to cut through most substances.
She and guitar
She made her debut as a guitar player and singer in Peoria, Illinois in 1859, with George on the violin, and was teaching guitar by age thirteen.
She began playing musical instruments at the age of nine, learning the trombone, ukulele and – in later years – the guitar and keyboards.
She recorded several albums with piano accompaniment, but a guitar proved the perfect melodic foil for her.
She began playing regularly at the Mudd Club and other venues with Jim Tisdall accompanying her on harp and Gittler guitar.
She plays Guild S-250 and S-300D electric guitars ; in earlier years, even when performing solo, she often played her electric guitar through an octave multiplier to emulate a bass player.
She was also shown using the guitar on the tourbus in the Pixies ' documentary film loudQUIETloud ( 2006 ).
John Christ has described " She Rides " as “ Our first sex song ... it's such a stripped-down song, just a couple of guitar tracks and almost no bass.
She travelled to Memphis, Tennessee, playing guitar in nightclubs and on the street as Lizzie " Kid " Douglas.
She also made a pair of intimate vocal / guitar / double bass albums of jazz standards: After Hours ( 1961 ) with guitarist Mundell Lowe and double bassist George Duvivier and Sarah + 2 ( 1962 ) with guitarist Barney Kessell and double bassist Joe Comfort.
She worked to improve her guitar playing, started singing at the Delta Grange Hall in Washington State with the Pen Brothers ' band, The Westerners, then eventually cut her first record in February 1960.
She recorded her first release that same month, with bandleader Speedy West on steel guitar, Harold Hensely on fiddle, Roy Lanham on guitar, Al Williams on bass, and Muddy Berry on drums.
She attended school in Greenwood, Mississippi, and began teaching herself to play the guitar, bass, banjo, and vibes.
She is also greatly interested in pop culture and shows musical talent of her own, including playing the piano and guitar, singing, and composing all the songs for a school festival.
She inaugurated the guitar department at the Havana Municipal Conservatory in 1931, where she also introduced the teachings of the Cuban folk guitar style.