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She and grasped
She quickly grasped that movie acting was simpler than the stylized stage acting of the day.
She objected both to his description of the union between mind and body, and that virtue and moral truths seem to need to be grasped by something other than the intellect ( despite Descartes's assertion that all truths must be grasped intellectually ).
She, believing him to be in danger, put her little child in a blanket, grasped the gun and with the boy ran out in the field to look for the father.

She and chair
She is a serene woman who, after taking care of the housework, sits quietly in a chair.
She was a professor of anthropology and chair of the Division of Social Sciences at Fordham University's Lincoln Center campus from 1968 to 1970, founding their anthropology department.
She held various positions in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, notably president in 1975 and chair of the executive committee of the board of directors in 1976.
She was a Patron of the International Red Cross Committee, honorary chair of the British United Aid to China Fund, and First Honorary Member of the Bill of Rights Commemorative Society.
She goes to her room and sleeps on a chair.
She walks away, the gun still pointed at her, and explains that while the first murder carried extenuating circumstances of his own mental state, murdering her as well surely would result in the electric chair.
She and her brothers all have samples of ice-nine, which they found along with their father's body, dead in his chair.
She serves on the board of the Children's Defense Fund ( CDF ) and was named Global Ambassador of Avon Products in 2007, serving as honorary chair of the charitable Avon Foundation.
She acts as a spokeswoman for Avon's cosmetic products and serves as the honorary chair of the Avon Foundation, a charitable organization that supports women and focuses on breast cancer research and the prevention of domestic violence.
She was elected as party chair for Northern California on January 30, 1977, and for the California Democratic Party, which she held from 1981 until 1983.
She is the chair of the privately sponsored organization, Children of the Night, dedicated to rescuing America's children from prostitution.
She declined offers from the university to become directly affiliated with it, including an offer from Albion Small, chair of the Department of Sociology, of a graduate faculty position.
She was the first woman to chair the Oxford University Labour Club ( 1950 ).
She was appointed by President Clinton in 1994 to the Corporation for National Service and served as chair of National Volunteer Week.
She is a member of the Republican Party and former chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
She was also appointed by Reagan to chair taskforces that sought to reform federal and state laws to ensure equal rights for women.
She is the first woman to become chair of the NRSC.
She created and serves as the chair of The Carter Center Mental Health Task Force, an advisory board of experts, consumers, and advocates promoting positive change in the mental health field.
She also serves on the board of advisors for Habitat for Humanity and as an honorary chair of Project Interconnections, both of which aim to provide housing for those in need.
She was Chair of the Assembly's Equality of Opportunity Committee and was appointed in December 2003 by the First Minister for Wales, Rhodri Morgan AM, to chair a review into Safeguarding Vulnerable Children in Wales.
She was the founder, and served as the first chair of the board of directors, of the Betty Ford Center for substance abuse and addiction and is a recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal ( co-presentation with her husband, Gerald R. Ford, October 21, 1998 ) and the Presidential Medal of Freedom ( alone, presented 1991, by George H. W. Bush ).
She later notoriously re-created the naked pose on a backturned chair made famous by Christine Keeler when doing an interview and spread with SKY magazine.
She was the first female Senator to preside over this body as well as the first to chair a Committee ( Senate Committee on Enrolled Bills ).
She was the vice chair for Jim Schellinger's unsuccessful campaign for governor.

She and arms
She was amazingly light, and so relaxed in his arms that he wasn't even sure she was conscious.
She said with intense feeling: `` Come near, let me feel your arms.
She turned and put her arms around his neck.
She dropped her head on her arms on the counter.
She was so heavy that Maggie's arms shook from lifting her and taking care of her.
She takes the form of a huge bladder of a creature whose face is all mouth and whose arms and legs are flippers.
She tried to flee, but he coiled around her legs and held her arms tightly against her sides as he raped her.
She slowly began to turn into a black poplar, the bark spreading up her legs from the earth, but just before the woody stiffness finally reached her throat and as her arms began sprouting twigs her husband Andraemon heard her cries and came to her.
She raised her arms above her head-then " turned away slowly, walked on, following the bank, and passed into the bushes.
She died in her father's arms, with the women present keening and lamenting.
She " carried the baby in her arms to the king in a condition for him to see and to know and realise for himself what she dared not tell him ".
She is represented in art as a young girl in robes, holding a palm branch in her hand and a lamb at her feet or in her arms.
My arms are like the twisted thornAnd yet there beauty lay ; The first of all the tribe lay thereAnd did such pleasure take ; She who had brought great Hector downAnd put all Troy to wreck.
She died in his arms on 4 June 1904.
She is featured on the city's coat of arms.
She leapt into the sea with her son Melicertes in her arms, and out of pity, the Hellenes asserted, the Olympian gods turned them both into sea-gods, transforming Melicertes into Palaemon, the patron of the Isthmian games, and Ino into Leucothea.
She has a woman's head, torso and arms, the body of a snake and has a live scorpion on her back that can detach itself of her body, and she wields a staff.
She woke up only to be found in the arms of a god.
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 also usually held or stood beside a Greek hoplite shield, which sported the British Union Flag: also at her feet was often the British Lion, an animal found on the arms of England, Scotland and the Prince of Wales.
She and her husband, Venutius, are described by Tacitus as loyal to Rome and " defended by our arms ".
She had four arms and four legs, resulting from a joining at the pelvis with a headless undeveloped parasitic twin.
She is depicted with multiple ( variously, up to eighteen ) arms, carrying various weapons and riding a ferocious lion or tiger.
She carried the royal arms before Richard in triumph in London in September.

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