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She and escaped
She escaped, crawled through the usual mine fields, under barbed wire, was shot at, swam a river, and we finally picked her up in Linz.
She was captured and confined to the castle, but escaped by leaping from a window into the moat below.
She was often portrayed as the shrewish, jealous wife of Zeus, who himself often escaped from her controlling ways by cheating on her with other women, mortal and immortal.
She also composed the libretto for the opera Margaret Garner ( 2005 ), based on the life and trial of an enslaved woman who escaped with her family across the river.
She escaped that same month following a gun battle between her captors and police.
She escaped repeatedly and fought with four of the police, swearing and shouting, for about ten minutes.
She also provided specific instructions for about 50 to 60 other fugitives who escaped to the north.
She escaped from prison in 1979 and has been living in Cuba in political asylum since 1984.
She escaped the wrath of the critical community in London when her role of Aunt Dahlia was removed from Andrew Lloyd Webber's flop musical Jeeves ( 1975 ) before opening night.
She has escaped from a nearby mental institution.
She escaped.
She escaped and fled to England, and some of the nobility remained faithful to her cause.
She has escaped from my Asylum.
She then escaped to the seashore and found a boat, the ropes of which untied on their own.
She escaped to Mount Pelion so that her father would not find out that she was pregnant, but, being searched for, she prayed to Artemis asking for assistance, and the goddess transformed her into a mare.
She escaped from a member of the Yeong Wo Company in the 1870s to Boise to marry her lover, another Chinese man.
She eventually escaped, and filed a lawsuit against Miles that reached the Supreme Court and became a significant case in polygamy case law.
She was confined in Innsbruck Castle but eventually the guards were deceived and Maria Clementina escaped to Bologna, Italy, where, for safety from further intrusions, she was married by proxy to James who was in Spain at that time.
She lost her parents Dior and Nimloth, as well as her brothers Eluréd and Elurín, in the attack on Doriath, but escaped to the Havens of Sirion, then ruled by Eärendil, whom she married.
She then escaped by ship to Iceland and returned from there to England where she joined General Charles de Gaulle's Free French forces.
She remained there until 1326, when Hugh escaped prison and she was released from Sempringham.
She escaped from the Lusticon and placed the head of a decapitated 790 robot in its path.
She and her sons escaped without injury.
She escaped injury, although her dress was spotted with the blood of a guard who was riding beside the carriage.

She and regulation
Kuttner acknowledged “ de facto enroads ” before Glass-Steagall “ repeal ” but argued the GLBA ’ s “ repeal ” had permitted “ super-banks ” to “ re-enact the same kinds of structural conflicts of interest that were endemic in the 1920s ”, which he characterized as “ lending to speculators, packaging and securitizing credits and then selling them off, wholesale or retail, and extracting fees at every step along the way .” Stiglitz argued “ the most important consequence of Glass-Steagall repeal ” was in changing the culture of commercial banking so that the “ bigger risk ” culture of investment banking “ came out on top .” He also argued the GLBA “ created ever larger banks that were too big to be allowed to fail ”, which “ provided incentives for excessive risk taking .” Warren explained Glass-Steagall had kept banks from doing “ crazy things .” She credited FDIC insurance, the Glass-Steagall separation of investment banking, and SEC regulations as providing “ 50 years without a crisis ” and argued that crises returned in the 1980s with the “ pulling away of the threads ” of regulation.
She chose a brief passage from the final chapter of Population Bomb to show that Ehrlich had discussed an extreme solution to extreme cases of overpopulation: " compulsory birth regulation ... ( through ) the addition of temporary sterilants to water supplies or staple food.
She argued against Aurangzeb's strict regulation of public life in accordance with his conservative religious beliefs and his decision in 1679 to restore the poll tax on non-Muslims, which she said would alienate his Hindu subjects.
She contrasts it with " stasis ," a philosophy that favors top-down control and regulation and is marked by desire to maintain the present state of affairs.
She was forced by regulation to ask parents with " lap children " aboard flight 232 to place their children on the cabin floor during the flight's final moments before impact.
She rejected calls for government compensation to Equitable policyholders, on the grounds that the losses arose from actions of the company rather than from any defect of regulation, and that it was still trading.
She worked on the properties of hemoglobin, regulation of blood sugar level, and kidney function.
She has been highly active on the issue of internet regulation, arguing against both the Howard government's and her own party's policy in that area.
She was the Principal Investigator ( PI ) on a series of SpaceHab / Biorack experiments, which examined the regulation of osteoblast ( bone cell ) growth.
She was instrumental in reforms to the regulation of Victorian Bodies Corporate.

She and strait
She was ordered into the Great Belt ( Storebælt ) strait to provide cover for a crossing of a French army corps consisting of Spanish soldiers ordered by Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte ( later King of Sweden ) to attack Skåne.

She and jacket
She wore a gown of satin designed along princesse lines and featuring a flared skirt and lace jacket with bateau neckline.
She loosened her tweed jacket and smoked a cigarette.
She chose a leather jacket, but aware that other aviators would be judging her, she slept in it for three nights to give the jacket a " worn " look.
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 wears sunglasses, a leather jacket and boots, and a gray blouse and short pants.
She wears only black, gray or white, usually Fruit of the Loom shrunken cotton t-shirts ( all tags removed ) with Levis jeans ( with the trademarks filed off the buttons ) or skirts, tights, boots, as well as a Buzz Rickson MA-1 bomber jacket.
She continued with her Hispanic look from the " La Isla Bonita " music video, this time she appeared dressed boyishly in a wide-brimmed Spanish hat and bolero jacketa combination which would later become a fashion trend.
She delivers Buddy's jacket and faints from weakness and surprise when she sees him alive, leaving the family to care for her.
She premiered the song in 1987, during her Who's That Girl World Tour, where she danced around the stage wearing a white Spanish-style dress designed by Marlene Stewart, and a black leather jacket similar to the one she used in the music video.
She is fishing in his jacket for the keys when she finds the missing charms from her bracelet, which he claims he found and was planning to return to her.
She realizes Malloy is innocent, then she slips on his jacket before Rodriguez takes her in his arms.
She then returns Buddy's jacket to his wife, before passing out from exhaustion and is left in the care of the Baker Family.
She is, however, wearing Jack Knight's goggles and jacket — the closest she has ever come to Jack's vision of " Starwoman " at the end of his series.
She wrote very slowly and suffered actual tortures of creation ... " Vera Ivanovna does not write, she puts mosaic together, Vladimir Ilyich said to me at that time ", And in fact she put down each sentence separately, walked up and down the room slowly, shuffled about in her slippers, smoked constantly hand-made cigarettes and threw the stubs and half-smoked cigarettes in every direction on all the window seats and tables, and scattered ashes over her jacket, hands, manuscripts, tea in the glass, and incidentally her visitor.
She used the back of an old Levi's jacket, and the original was gifted to John.
She would wear a jacket with A & M colors and pace the sidelines during games.
She may have been conceived as Alfie's batty granny but Hilda Braid injected a steely and unnerving sweetness into the role that made you wonder if Nana wore her battiness as a protective flak jacket.
She was unable to identify Horace Ida, who was wearing a brown leather jacket when she saw him.
She now " remembered " that one of her assailants had been wearing a brown leather jacket and the license plate of the assailants ' car was 58-805 ( only one digit was different from the number of Horace Ida's plate ).
She wears a long blue jacket and has her black hair in a bun.
She cut her hair and bought appropriate clothes, traveling in jacket and trousers.
She also wore her crucifixes on her jacket and around her neck.
She asserts herself in his car as a mugger ( holding the tape in her jacket pocket as though concealing a gun ) and makes him listen to a recording of Jess ' " Love on the Rocks ".

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