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She and contrast
She bases this reading on Genesis 1, calling that the true record of creation in contrast to Genesis 2, the false record of creation obscuring the true ( which occurred when " a mist went up from the face of the ground ").
She was also attracted to the music of more mainstream artists like Olivia Newton-John and The Police, perhaps explaining the contrast in her later music between sweet, melodic " pop " songs and more hard rock oriented material.
She is depicted as a benevolent psychopompian figure, in contrast to the menacing Charun, her sometime companion.
The Communist government also attempted to improve the treatment of Manchu people ; some Manchu people who had hidden their ancestry during the period of KMT rule thus became more comfortable to reveal their ancestry, such as the writer Lao She, who began to include Manchu characters in his fictional works in the 1950s ( in contrast to his earlier works which had none ).
She also appears to be a bit more of an upper class individual in contrast to Fred's somewhat blunt, crude persona.
She is levelheaded, in contrast to Ralph's pattern of inventing various schemes to enhance his wealth or his pride ; in each case, she sees the current one's unworkability, but he becomes angry and ignores her advice ( and by the end of the episode, her misgivings are almost always proven to have been well-founded ).
She stresses the importance of describing and revivifying the context of events in contrast to the typical journalistic style of objective reportage.
She claimed: " the common structure between these two ideological currents Golwalkar and Goel / Shourie, separated by several decades as they are, highlights the core of the Hindu nationalist movement: ethnicism or exclusive particularism " Koenraad Elst disagrees with Kondo, and says: " In sharp contrast with the repetitive-nationalistic and Indocentric approach of Golwalkar and the RSS, Goel and Shourie ( and Ram Swarup before them ) have developed a historical and philosophical critique of Christianity and Islam that has universal validity.
She is much beloved by her nephew, in contrast with her sister, Bertie's Aunt Agatha.
She is also mentioned in the Lotus Sutra and often depicted holding a biwa, a traditional Japanese lute, in contrast to Saraswati who holds a stringed instrument known as a veena.
Indeed, She is preoccupied with stressing quintessential British qualities through the " adventure " of empire, usually in contrast to foreign barbarism.
In contrast, She makes no such distinctions.
She is depicted as a vain, cunning character and in contrast to her sisters, she acts purely for her own gains.
She hails from the Republic of Ireland, and is portrayed as a chatty busybody ( in direct contrast to her husband ).
She became known for literary works that portrayed indigenous people in a positive light, in contrast to the mainstream views of her society.
She went on to say that they were always easy to write as they didn ’ t require too much plotting or planning, presumably in contrast to the very-tightly planned detective stories.
She is sometimes established in contrast to another female character who is morally perfect but frigid or otherwise unyielding.
She is surrounded by a rich brown which is at once luminous and dark enough to provide contrast to the skin tones.
She preferred painting of reduced tone and subtle colour relationships, in contrast to her brother's far more vivid palette.
She is amazed at the contrast between their lives and hers-not simply the material wealth, but also the lack of conflict in their lives.
She would thus have great motivation to care for his well-being, in contrast to his relatives, who only want to inherit his money.
She died in 1934 and never saw his first holiday camp, By contrast, Butlin makes no mention in his biography of his father after returning from Canada.
She displays a deep vein of morbidity verging on a death wish ( making her more similar perhaps to the character of Helen from Jane Eyre ) and, in contrast with Jane's overt Christianity, holds a cynical viewpoint of both God and religion in general.
She is a stark contrast to Rebecca Leeman ( Denise Richards ), the daughter of the richest man in town, and of Gladys Leeman ( Kirstie Alley ).

She and declining
She had been cast in the lead role in the 2001 Kander and Ebb musical The Visit, but she withdrew from the show before it opened because of her husband's declining health.
She was unable to arrest the declining circulation, though, and the magazine was sold to Sol Cohen's Universal Publishing Company in 1965.
She produced eighteen records in 1930 and 10 in 1931, but with her declining sales she recorded nothing from July 1932 until she released a single album in March 1935, and then four more in 1936.
She had heart surgery but it was clear that her health was declining.
She, however, leaves him a note declining the offer, and rushes out, after receiving a telegram signed by Tommy.
She suffered a rapidly declining health due to bad winters and multiple childbirths.
She carefully hid her rapidly declining health to keep him strong.
She assisted Father Divine, who claimed to be God, in his declining years.
She was one of the main characters during the 1960s, she was featured less regularly in the 1970s due to the declining health of actress Violet Carson, and was written out in 1980.
She was later distressed by her declining ability to learn her lines as her health deteriorated.
She returned to films in 1922, but in the declining years of her career had to be content with lesser roles.
She has always admired her father ( who left his samurai family in Japan to protest the declining social status of the samurai ), and fondly remembers how he conducts himself — from his courtship of Jeanne's mother to his virtuoso pig-carving.
She fought a long and difficult battle to repel her ancient adversary, and in response to her declining strength, her young son, named Mothra Leo, hatched prematurely to assist his mother.
She was a member of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage where she contributed to the recommendations that resulted from three major studies: the federal government's role in supporting arts and culture ; the state of the Canadian book publishing industry in an era of big-box retailers and declining independent bookstores ; and, the importance of public and private broadcasting in protecting Canada's cultural sovereignty.
She has published four novels, in the first three of which – The Big Green House ( 1994 ; short-listed for the QSPELL Hugh McLennan Prize for Fiction in 1995 ), Blue Curtains ( 1999 ) and With Mara That Summer ( 2004 ) – the narrator-protagonist recounts episodes from her life, beginning in early childhood and ending with her declining years.
" She ended up declining the offer.

She and draws
She won the match 5 – 3 by winning two games with the remaining ending in draws.
She finished with one win, two losses and four draws, tied for fifth position in the eight-player round robin.
She draws comparisons with Thetis ' role in another work of the epic Cycle concerning Troy, the lost Aethiopis, which presents a strikingly similar relationship — that of the divine Dawn, Eos, with her slain son Memnon ; she supplements the parallels with images from the repertory of archaic vase-painters, where Eros and Thetis flank the symmetrically opposed heroes with a theme that may have been derived from traditional epic songs.
She has argued for the wisdom of many traditional practices, as is evident from her interview in the book Vedic Ecology ( by Ranchor Prime ) that draws upon India's Vedic heritage.
She donated the money needed to purchase the house and make it a museum, agreed to make significant contributions each year for its upkeep and also gave many of the family's belongings to help establish what became a popular museum that still draws thousands of visitors each year to Mansfield.
She donated the money needed to purchase the house and make it a museum, agreed to make significant contributions each year for its upkeep and also gave many of the family's belongings to help establish what became a popular museum which still draws thousands of visitors each year to Mansfield.
She often draws on magic realism as a writing style, combining the fantastic or unusual with realistic and believable descriptions, placing her within the tradition of Southern Ontario Gothic.
She draws inspiration for her songs from things in her life that move her emotionally, which she describes as " a beautiful picture, scenery, tasting something delicious, scents that bring back memories, happy and sad things ...
She also warns Corwin that the Jewel is more than just a weather-control device ; in truth, it is an artifact of great power which draws upon its bearer's life force — and may well have been what killed Eric.
She spends the day in the fields daydreaming, and unseen, draws lipstick circles around her nipples.
She partially succeeded ; Nalle-Maja draws strength from it, but also winds up with the stomach ache.
She draws her authority from her own experience ; master of the bedroom based on the comments that she makes to her fellow pilgrims.
She is personified as a woman who changes age through the cycle of the day, starting in the morning as a girl, then aging to an adult woman, and finally becoming an old woman as the day draws to a close before dying and being reborn at the beginning of the next day.
She hesitates a lot, draws her words out and often confuses herself.
She draws a box in the air with her finger, which becomes visible to the viewer as a square.
She ties Edmund to a tree and draws her knife, but a rescue party sent by Aslan arrives, frees him and brings him to his siblings and the rest of Aslan's army.
She also draws on her love of animals – dogs and horses feature heavily in her books – and the British countryside.
She also draws comparisons between these images and earlier ones, such as Emma Peel of The Avengers, the 1970s television show Wonder Woman, Madonna and the Charlie's Angels of the 1970s, pointing out the relative independence of this archetype from male and parental support.
She begins to distance herself from him, but the birth of a grandchild draws her parents closer together than ever.
She has a passionate love of fine art and draws on a deep knowledge of art history in creating her work.
She draws the weapon, but cannot fire.
She is an illustrator and painter, and mainly draws women and children in oil or mixed media.
" She then draws a gun and starts firing, forcing the policemen to shoot back, killing them both.
She has a very pleasing personality, one that draws people to her instantly and makes them feel that they are meeting a friend instead of a Hollywood Star .” Beavers had a personality that brought people towards her and caused a common reaction, people wanted to watch her charm in more movies.

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