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She occasionally throws up the terrible offspring of our pride and carelessness to remind us of how puny we really are in the face of a tornado, an earthquake or a Godzilla.
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She quoted his sister Avril that " he was essentially an aloof, undemonstrative person " and said herself of his friendship with the Buddicoms " I do not think he needed any other friends beyond the schoolfriend he occasionally and appreciatively referred to as ' CC '".
She looked after the affairs of the Press very capably and occasionally sent Milford boxes of complimentary cigars.
She used predominantly the London fashion houses ; her favourite was Redfern's, but she shopped occasionally at Doucet and Fromont of Paris.
" She was occasionally called by the French version of her name, " Anastasie ," or by the Russian nicknames " Nastya ," " Nastas ," or " Nastenka.
She lived there, occasionally visiting brother James, ministering to the Native Americans, and raising silkworms for the local silk industry, until her death in 1784 at the age of 87.
She was the partner of Mars in ancient cult practices, and was sometimes identified with the goddess Bellona, and occasionally with the goddess Minerva.
She is also highly cynical of her friends ' plans and ideas and often teases Gobo about his Uncle Traveling Matt ( occasionally yawning while he reads the postcards ).
She is occasionally called Xilonen, (" the hairy one ", which referred to the hairs on unshucked maize ), who was married also to Tezcatlipoca.
She has participated in many advertising campaigns, and performs occasionally as a motivational speaker to young women and aspiring business leaders.
The fifth and sixth lines are occasionally replaced by, " She hung it on the washing line / It fell into the River Tyne ".
She also occasionally voices the character of Katrina ( Shanks ) Meltsner on the Focus on the Family radio drama Adventures in Odyssey.
She admits to wondering occasionally what a life with Stevens might have been like, but she has come to love her husband and is looking forward to the birth of their first grandchild.
She occasionally called her boyfriend, Vito, a telephone repair man, or her pal Phoenicia, another operator.
She and throws
She, coming to wit thereof, throws herself from a high window to the ground, and dies, and is buried with her lover.
She was partial to the understated English country house look, and her combinations of Colefax and Fowler chintzes, overstuffed armchairs, and brocade sofas with such unexpected items as patchwork quilts, four-poster beds, knitted throws, and rag rugs led to her being credited with ushering in what became known as American country style during the 1960s.
She taunts him until he throws her skull against the wall, smashing it and giving his victim release from further torment.
She throws herself at Tom, and he gets her pregnant and then feels obliged to offer her his protection.
She throws herself at him, saying, ".. now I have changed my mind, or the girl who said ' no ,'— she doesn't exist any more, she died last summer — suffocated in smoke from something on fire inside her .".
She is also seen in the various movies picking up a horse ( the books often mention Pippi moving her horse Old Man by carrying him from one place to another ), a car, weights / barbells weighing over 1, 000 pounds ; she also pulls bars out of a jail window and throws pirates across a room.
She keeps up with and even embraces the social expectations of the wife of a patrician politician but she is still able to express herself and find distinction in the parties she throws.
She tries to walk out on him, and he gets angry, throws her against the wall, hits her, pours alcohol on her, and lights her on fire.
She starts acting differently: she chokes her best friend, Sabrina Mason, throws apples at a house and steals a bag of candy from a boy.
She throws jealous temper tantrums, attempts suicide in his home, and destroys his carefully constructed career move into management.
She throws off her house frock to reveal a sequined dance outfit, and the kitchen set splits open to reveal a huge Hollywood stage, showcasing a giant can of soup, atop which Miller sings and dances, accompanied by a double chorus line.
She throws herself into police work not so much because she's dedicated as because she needs the distraction, needs to keep busy and be good to assure herself of her worth.
She nearly dies when Katya Nadanova throws her off a cliff in Peru when she and Bond are first acquainted.