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She once gave a German recitation before a convention of German-language teachers in Milwaukee.
She gave me the names of some people who would surely help pay for the flowers and might even march up to the monument with me.
She gave the nastiest laugh I ever heard.
She gave herself a title, Lady Diana Harrington.
She gave a little pout and said, `` I don't get off work until eleven o'clock.
She gave a fine portrayal of Auntie Mame on Broadway in 1958 and has appeared in live television from `` Captain Brassbound's Conversion '' to `` Camille ''.
She gave herself fancy airs!!
She gave Jim a quick, shape-up look of warning.
She looked about sixty, though I recalled that the chart gave her age as forty-four.
She came out pink from a hot bath, and I gave her my robe.
She gave birth there and was accepted by the people, offering them her promise that her son would be always favourable toward the city.
She then committed suicide by stabbing herself with the same sword she gave Aeneas when they first met.
The band performed mostly covers of international hits, but Andersson soon started writing his own material, and gave the band the classic hits " No Response ", " Sunny Girl ", " Wedding ", " Consolation ", " It's Nice To Be Back " and " She Will Love You " amongst others.
" She took him home, however, fed him and gave him his first dose.
She gave him the phone number of her neighbour Olga Volkova who resided below.
She gave birth to their son Christopher on September 25, 1974.
She subsequently gave birth to three daughters and another son, Samuel ( who would eventually succeed their father as rector of Stenbrohult and write a manual on beekeeping ).
She also advised Odysseus to go to the Underworld and gave him directions.
She also gave private art lessons, and produced decorative art and small portraits.
She gave birth to a daughter on 10 November, but the child was weak and lived either only a few hours or at most a week.
She may have been influenced by them, or have come to similar conclusions on her own ; as an Anglican, the reasonings she gave are rooted in the theologies of Creation and Incarnation, and thus are slightly different from the Catholic Chesterton and Belloc.
She keeps a necklace that Ash gave to her early in the film.
She gave birth to a son, Pierfederico, on March 22, 1944 but the child died of encephalitis three weeks later.
She did appoint Malcolm Muggeridge as official biographer, but later biographers have seen this as deliberate spoiling as Muggeridge eventually gave up the work.

She and Louis
She afterwards declined to serve in Iain Duncan Smith's Shadow Cabinet ( although she indicated on the television programme When Louis Met ..., prior to the leadership contest, that she wished to retire to the backbenches anyway ).
She suggests this explains the low numbers of black women who participated in the feminist movement in the 1970s, pointing to Louis Harris ' Virginia Slims poll done in 1972 for Philip Morris that she says showed 62 percent of black women supported " efforts to change women's status " and 67 percent " sympathized with the women's rights movement ", compared with 45 and 35 percent of white women ( also Steinem, 1972 ).
She claimed she was offered two highly sought-after movie roles: the part of possessed child Regan MacNeil in the 1973 film, The Exorcist, and the starring role in Louis Malle's 1978 film, Pretty Baby.
She was related to him more closely than she had been to Louis.
She was a member of the Capetian House of Anjou, the daughter of King Louis I of Hungary and Elizabeth of Bosnia.
She is – along with St. Denis, St. Martin of Tours, St. Louis IX, and St. Theresa of Lisieux – one of the patron saints of France.
She also starred in the successful musicals Lili ( 1953 ), with Mel Ferrer ; Daddy Long Legs ( 1955 ), with Fred Astaire, and Gigi ( 1958 ) with Louis Jourdan and Maurice Chevalier.
She negotiated with Louis B. Mayer and on 8 December, Walt Disney brought her on a three-hour tour showing her the on-going production of Fantasia.
She was further dismayed when James refused to help when the Catholic King of France, Louis XIV, invaded Orange and persecuted Huguenot refugees there.
She rushed back to camp and at the news Louis made a remarkable recovery.
She had on board a cargo of sugar for London, a large amount of money, and 254 Indian emigrants, for Port Louis.
She writes very much in the spirit of Louis Cha.
She subsequently marries Louis of Bavaria without having been divorced, which results in the excommunication of the couple.
She married Louis d ' Hirlemont
He wrote an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for the Showtime network, which was nominated for a Writer's Guild of America award, and a Murder, She Wrote movie, Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For, which he produced.
Louis B. Mayer, head of the studio, sent a telegram to Al: " She can't sing, she can't act, she can't talk, She's terrific!
She married Louis Chesimard, a fellow student-activist at CCNY, in April 1967, divorcing him in December 1970.
She is the granddaughter of the respected actor Louis Seigner ( 1903 – 1991 ) and sister of the actress Mathilde Seigner.
She met the King, the Dauphin Louis-Auguste, and the royal aunts ( Louis XV's daughters, known as Mesdames ), one week later.
She was given free rein to renovate the Petit Trianon, a small château on the grounds of Versailles, which was given to her as a gift by Louis XVI on 15 August 1774 ; she concentrated mainly on horticulture, redesigning the garden in the English fashion, which in the previous reign had been an arboretum of introduced species, and adding flowers.
She was sent first to Wallingford Castle and then was transferred to the more secure Tower of London ; in 1472 she was placed in the custody of her former lady-in-waiting Alice Chaucer, Duchess of Suffolk, where she remained until ransomed by Louis XI in 1475.
She was the only daughter and heir of Aymer Taillefer, Count of Angoulême, by Alice of Courtenay, who was sister of Peter II of Courtenay, Latin Emperor of Constantinople and granddaughter of King Louis VI of France.
She called her cousin, Louis VIII (" The Lion ").

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