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She describes, first, the imaginary reaction of a foreigner puzzled by this `` unseasonable exultation '' ; ;
She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo describes Rosaline, saying that " She hath Dian's wit ".
She describes in the book that individuals may deal with reactions to death, such as frustration and grief, differently.
She describes herself as a " relative pacifist ", meaning that she doesn't support unilateral disarmament.
She describes him as " painfully shy, completely enigmatic and more eccentric ... than anyone had ever met.
She describes these “ positive emotions ” as coming from four different areas of one ’ s self: from a cognitive, psychological, social, or physical perspective .< ref > Fredrickson, Barbara L., et al.
She describes the land of the Bong tree as being similar to Robinson Crusoe's, " only without its drawbacks.
She describes herself as a liberal and a feminist.
She describes the summons to battle, the deaths of many of the gods and how Odin, himself, is slain.
She is adept at designing mechanised weapons, but also appreciates the nobility of what she describes as more ' primitive ' combat.
She describes their remixing of popular culture sources as an " explicitly creative process ", maintaining that it prompts the reader to adopt some of the group's views by forcing " the individual to reconsider normative methods of approaching the content ".
She describes Barbie as " the perfect place to develop " and describes herself as " unable to fly.
She was the author of many novels, plays, films, interviews, essays and short fiction, including her best-selling, apparently autobiographical work L ' Amant ( 1984 ), translated into English as The Lover, which describes her youthful affair with a Chinese man.
She may originally have been an earth goddess, associated with such attributes of fertility as the cornucopia and apple baskets ; she may also have been associated with Silvanus and the Rhine Valley .. Green describes Aericura as a ' Gaulish Hecuba.
She describes the book as " the best of them all ".
She describes her peacocks in an essay entitled " The King of the Birds.
On the " Notes About Nothing " featurette on the DVD package, the series creator and star Jerry Seinfeld says that Louis-Dreyfus's ability to eat a peanut M & M without breaking the peanut aptly describes the actress: " She cracks you up without breaking your nuts.
" She further describes the city as "... a place where different groups have left their imprint while trying to create a sample of what life should be like.
She developed Nelson's voice on the spot and describes him as " a throat-ripper ".
She describes her ambition as a quest for glory, perfection and praise, which, she states, is not effeminate.
She is currently finishing work on her next album titled " Pretty Time Bomb " which she describes as being " A nostalgic sort of dream of being a pop star in the ‘ 60s and early ‘ 70s.
She is currently preparing to release her second album, which she describes as " an independent effort ".

She and standing
She was standing in a thick grove.
She was standing with her back to the glass door.
She began to watch a blonde-haired man, also in shorts, standing right at the rear of the wrecked car in the one spot that most of the crowd had detoured slightly.
She was standing on a flat rock three feet above ground and when she saw him she rose to full height and roared, opening her mouth wide, lashing her tail, and stamping at the rock with both forefeet in irritation, as much as to say: `` How dare you disturb me in my sacred precinct ''??
She got up, standing uncertainly for a moment, then moving aside to let go past her, talking, a group of young men.
She became aware that two Italian workmen, carrying a large azalea pot, were standing before her and wanted her to move so that they could begin arranging a new row of the display.
She returned the following January and gained support from two men of standing: Jean de Metz and Bertrand de Poulengy.
She therefore plans to marry Edgar and use that position to help raise Heathcliff's standing.
She then is seen standing in the middle of the racecourse as two more horses pass on the inside of her, and on the film suddenly she takes a lunge at one of the last few trailing horses.
" She continued, writing " the greatest're-branding ' of Israel would be to celebrate that country's long standing, courageous and robust peace movement by helping to end the blockade of Gaza through negotiations with all parties to the conflict, and by stopping the expansion of West Bank settlements.
She seemed unfazed and gradually won some respect, although she was unable to restore the government's standing.
She says: " A portion of the cataract arches over the lowest platform, and the spray fell thickly on us, as standing on it and looking up, we saw wave, and rock, and cloud, and the clear heavens through its glittering ever-moving veil.
She also erroneously refers to her employer as the ' British Broadcasting Company ' ( the C in BBC actually standing for ' Corporation ').
She was portrayed as a matron, sometimes holding a cornucopia or a hasta pura, with children in her arms or standing next to her.
She appeared as a presenter at the 75th Annual Academy Awards in 2003, earning a minute-long standing ovation on her entrance.
She has managed to herd the kids into the only room in the schoolhouse that is still standing.
She was standing one day, the day before I was taken ill, 15 at a window that looked on the Terrace with Trelawny — it was day — she saw as she thought Shelley pass by the window, as he often was then, without a coat or jacket — he passed again — now as he passed both times the same way — and as from the side towards which he went each time there was no way to get back except past the window again ( except over a wall twenty feet from the ground ) she was struck at seeing him pass twice thus & looked out & seeing him no more she cried — " Good God can Shelley have leapt from the wall ?....
She sat in the section where, if a white person was standing, the blacks would have to get up and move to the back.
" She was also remembered as a heroine to Burton Cummings on his 1978 album " Dream of a Child " in the song " Dream of a Child ," including the lines " When I was a child, dreamed that Elvis Presley, was standing on the corner, kissing Brenda Lee ", and in the closing line, " I love Brenda Lee / Brenda Lee loves me / yeah ...".
She agreed ... The next year ... Temple first addressed an audience .... people were standing at least three deep .... The audience couldn't get enough of her.
She also tends to be meek, while Laverne is more outspoken and athletic ; this doesn't mean that Shirley is a wimp or a pushover, as she is quite capable of standing up for herself when necessary — she just isn't quite as aggressive about it as her friend.
" She received a standing ovation.
She, in contrast to the declining Compsons, draws a great deal of strength from her faith, standing as a proud figure amid a dying family.
She was the daughter of Sir Edward Alderson, a moderately notable jurist and so of much lower social standing than the Cecils.

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