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She is seriously ill for the first time in her life, having lost her child and broken her ribs.
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She, too, is concerned with `` the becoming, the process of realization '', but she does not think in terms of subtle variations of spatial or temporal patterns.
She had stood at the bottom of the stairs, as usual, when Mrs. Coolidge came down, in the same dress that is now in the Smithsonian, to greet her guests.
She has studied and observed and she is convinced that her young man is going to be endlessly enchanting.
She is owned by Ralph H. Kroening, Milwaukee, Wis., who, according to the railbirds, can feel justly proud of her.
She didn't like her stepmother, but nothing is known to have occurred shortly before the crime that could have caused such a murderous rage.
She may well be incapacitated by it when she is confronted with present and future alternatives -- e.g., whether to prepare primarily for a career or for the role of a homemaker ; ;
She sees that there is a cup of steaming hot coffee awaiting him and the two chat informally as she presents the rules of the center and explains procedures.
She is in Madame Tussard's Waxworks in London, a princess of the Kiowa tribe and an honorary colonel in many states.
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She was also one of the first major science fiction writers to take slash fiction and its cultural and literary implications seriously.
Concerning her retirement, he spoke, " She doesn't like the new film grammar, the method of presentation of the material ; she says there's no heart in it anymore, that people no longer take human love seriously.
A year after their wedding she had a miscarriage and became seriously ill. She was tempestuous, excessive, neurotic and jealous.
She was so heartbroken when she returned to her homeland that her relatives were seriously worried about her health.
She also told Joachim von Ribbentrop, the German Ambassador who later became the Foreign Minister of Germany, that Hitler looked too much like Charlie Chaplin to be taken seriously.
She was taken seriously ill on a visit to the family-owned island of Inch Kenneth and was taken to hospital in Oban.
She took the part as the film's transsexual heroine in an attempt to be taken seriously as an actress, but the movie turned out to be a failure.
It also seen by some critics as a romantic comedy, which depicts how seriously young people take love, and how foolishly it makes them behave, ( similar to Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream ); in She Stoops to Conquer, Kate ’ s stooping and Marlow ’ s nervousness are good examples of romantic comedy.
She reminisces about her friend Buddy, whom she has dated more or less seriously and who considers himself her de facto fiancé.
She marries her former " Möwennest " teacher in German and Literature, has a baby girl ( Katharina ) and finally becomes headmistress of Malory Towers, after Miss Grayling ( Frau Greiling ) had been seriously injured in a traffic accident, and is unable to work any longer.
She takes magic very seriously, becoming competent enough in the fifth season to achieve what Buffy cannot.
She also claimed to be of Iroquois ancestry, although her former husband, Jon Voight, once said that Bertrand was " not seriously Iroquois.
She was the first person to introduce Sylvian seriously to jazz, which in turn inspired him to follow musical avenues not otherwise open to him.
She reportedly suffered serious internal bleeding, her liver was seriously damaged, and her medical situation remained grave, although at first she appeared to have improved following surgery.
* Mrs. Trottville – She is Fatty's mother and Fatty simply adores her. She is very lenient with him which Mrs. Hilton doesn't approve of. Unlike the Hiltons she does not take Mr. Goon seriously and even considers him a nuisance. It is made out in the books that she enjoys going out with her husband for bridge parties. Though she does not like the children falling into adventure as she considers it dangerous she does not interfere much.
She was assigned to harbour service in 1809 and seriously damaged by an accidental fire in 1813 and broken up a few months later.