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She passed the entrance examinations to the University of Illinois, but during the year at Urbana felt more important events transpired at the University of Chicago.
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 felt the look and looked back because she could not help it, seeing that he was neither as old nor as thick as she had at first believed.
She ascribed her delight with both experiences to the effect they seemed to have of temporarily removing from her the controls which she felt so compulsively necessary to maintain even when it might seem appropriate to relax these controls.
She had felt that her arm wanted to go up in the first trial, but had consciously prevented it from so doing.
She looked confused at this, and I felt sure it had been a wrong response for me to make.
She wasn't quite sure that I felt enough remorse about my drinking, or that I would not return to it once I was out and on my own again.
She felt a lift in spirit.
She felt cold and hot, sticky and chilly at the same time.
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 felt like a fool, too.
She sat down and played two slots at once, looking grim, as if bested by mechanical devices, and Owen felt sorry for the lay-sisters depending on her support.
She felt the lash bite and heard her father say in crazed monosyllables words which had no meaning, like, `` unnnt!!
She felt as if some dark, totally unfamiliar shape would clutch at her arm ; ;
She felt, and said, that sympathy only made people feel sorry for themselves ; ;
She also used the priory during her short reign, particularly in 1547, where she felt safe from the English Army.
The Joplins felt that Janis always needed more attention than their other children, with her mother stating, " She was unhappy and unsatisfied without a lot of attention.
She felt that the final exuberant movement was " too brilliant ", as she was encouraged by the dark and tempestuous opening movement she had seen in an early draft.
She met and married William Davey, her first husband, at age 19 because she felt as if it was her duty as a daughter.
" She felt sorry for the group and agreed to help the remaining group hide from the police and FBI.
" She felt it important to " influence people in a positive way " to vote on November 4.
" 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 gained weight, and felt nauseous in the mornings.
She was succeeded by her half-sister, who became Elizabeth I. Philip, who was in Brussels, wrote in a letter, " I felt a reasonable regret for her death.

She and rather
She would rather live in danger than die of loneliness and boredom.
She even spoke differently when she was clean, and she was clean now for his departure and her voice clear and rather sharp.
She did it from a sense of duty, but she was a stern woman who expected respect, rather than love.
She did not believe in the theory of symbiosis proposed by Simon Schwendener, the German mycologist as previously thought, rather she proposed a more independent process of reproduction.
* Marge Piercy's He, She and It presents a rather feminist view on the cyborg issue with Yod who, however, is provided with some male attributes.
She claims that it is neither the battle nor the banner that is central to the tale, but rather the cross in the sky.
She often wrote to its then ruler, Tsar Ivan IV, on amicable terms, though the Tsar was often annoyed by her focus on commerce rather than on the possibility of a military alliance.
She is the one, or rather the love or fear she inspires in the hero, or else the concern he feels for her, who makes him act the way he does.
She is unpopular among peers and disliked by teachers for asking " why " instead of " how " and focusing on nature rather than on technology.
She had several rather fanatic followers, including Guibert of Gembloux, who wrote frequently to Hildegard and eventually became her secretary after Volmar died in 1173.
She has stated preferring to learn an opponent's style so she can play intentionally against him rather than playing " objective " chess.
She provides the only major element of Bring It On that plays as tweaking parody rather than slick, strident, body-slam churlishness.
She played a reckless socialite in Coquette ( 1929 ), a role where she no longer had her famous ringlets, but rather a 1920s bob ; Pickford had cut her hair in the wake of her mother's death in 1928.
She also is what I consider a classic Indian beauty .... her natural, distinctive Indian looks set her apart from many other heroines ( I say heroines because many have yet to learn to act, and cannot justfully be called actresses yet ), she proves that she does not need blatant blond / red highlights, tons of body paint and makeup, blue contacts, and scraps of clothes to look beautiful ... and that the complete following of Western trends isn ´ t worth sacrificing traditional Indian beauty, grace, and respect for popularity ... a mixture of both that remains respectable ... it ´ s quality rather than quantity ( or lackthereof, in the clothes department ).
relation to her Witch-Cult theory, She behaved in fact rather like someone who was a fully convinced member of some unusual religious sect, or perhaps, of the Freemasons, but never on any account got into arguments about it in public.
She was styled " The Lady Mary " rather than Princess, and her place in the line of succession was transferred to her newborn half-sister, Elizabeth, Anne's daughter.
She chose to undergo a mastectomy rather than a lumpectomy and the breast was removed on October 17, 1987.
She suggested he simply repeat the word uberflut (" deluge " or " flood ") and focus on its sound rather than its meaning.
She gives a stirring speech in which she tells him that she must obey her conscience rather than human law.
She mentioned “ Lee ’ s poems are, by American standards, rather dark-reflecting the deeper, less exposed recesses of the human psyche ”.
She says of this revelation, " During the first ten years of the study I had believed that the Gombe chimpanzees were, for the most part, rather nicer than human beings.
She has wonderful eyes, but she has a double chin and an overdeveloped chest, and she ’ s rather short in the leg.
She later claimed the headmaster's wife there beat her and forged her grades to hide the fact that young Lucille spent far more time working, primarily cooking and cleaning, rather than being able to study academically.
She appeared rather solemn by English standards, and looked old for her age.

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