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She and passed
She passed by him.
She seems to have passed her son off on his grandmother Livia for a number of years.
She raised her arms above her head-then " turned away slowly, walked on, following the bank, and passed into the bushes.
She did not lack company, however, as she passed the time with her mother and sister, Beatrice ; and upon meeting Elisabetta Gonzaga, her 18-year-old sister-in-law, the two women became close friends.
She passed it to her son William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland in 1786.
She was a Wesleyan Methodist and passed this faith and the Protestant ethic on to her son.
She was declared heiress presumptive to Queen Anne of England and Ireland by the Act of Settlement 1701, which was passed by the English parliament, and therefore only applied to the Kingdom of England ( which included Wales ) and the Kingdom of Ireland.
She described her shock and sorrow in her diary and letters, extracts of which were published after her death: " our poor darling little Johnnie had passed away suddenly ...
She passed a message to Napoleon's private secretary, Claude François de Méneval, who was about to return to France: " I hope he will understand the misery of my position ...
She and Stiller then went to Los Angeles on their own but another three weeks passed with little contact from MGM.
She testified that when the Earp party passed by her location, one of the Earps on the outside of that party looked across and said to Doc Holliday nearest the store, "... let them have it!
She passed through seven gates and at each one was required to leave a garment or an ornament so that when she had passed through the seventh gate she was entirely naked.
She was the one that passed Orville in the veiled box, and also the one that purchased him.
She takes an oath not to tell Penelope he had left until 12 days had passed ; Telemachus did not want his mother to worry any more than she already was.
She passed the time by reading poetry, learning to play the banjo and studying mechanics.
She agrees to become his wife, on one condition: that Fergus allows Conchobar to be king for a year, so his children will be called the sons of a king ( under Medieval Irish law inheritance passed through the male line, and only those who had a king as a male-line ancestor were eligible for kingship ).
She becomes a leader figure of sorts during the flooding of the castle and hunt for Steerpike, but once the threat has passed she retreats back into her own world of isolation.
She was standing one day, the day before I was taken ill, 15 at a window that looked on the Terrace with Trelawny — it was day — she saw as she thought Shelley pass by the window, as he often was then, without a coat or jacket — he passed again — now as he passed both times the same way — and as from the side towards which he went each time there was no way to get back except past the window again ( except over a wall twenty feet from the ground ) she was struck at seeing him pass twice thus & looked out & seeing him no more she cried — " Good God can Shelley have leapt from the wall ?....
She was patron of a long line of social organizations, positions which, one after another, she eventually left to Princess Benedikte as years passed: Røde Kors, Ældre Sagen, Red Barnet, Løgum Klosters Refugium, and Fonden for Træer og Miljø.
She passed a hat along the crowd afterward, and collected $ 235 in what would be her first career earnings.
She quickly passed a note to another customer also getting fuel to call the police.
She was admitted to the law department of the University of Tehran in 1965 and in 1969, upon graduation, passed the qualification exams to become a judge.

She and entrance
She fell in love with Apollo who disguised himself as Leucothea's mother to gain entrance to her chambers.
She gained entrance to Marat's house on the pretense of presenting him a list of people who should be executed as enemies of France.
She had twin obelisks, at the time the tallest in the world, erected at the entrance to the temple.
She first appears in the season 4 finale, " Learning To Fly " when Eric is trying to convince her for a second opportunity at a college entrance interview.
She appeared as a presenter at the 75th Annual Academy Awards in 2003, earning a minute-long standing ovation on her entrance.
She sees doors swinging, revealing the entrance into Room 22, the hospital morgue, as a nurse steps out and says, " Room for one more, honey.
She had twin obelisks, at the time the tallest in the world, erected at the entrance to the temple.
She saved money, prepared for entrance examinations at Oberlin College, Ohio, and readied herself for the trip west.
She had taken up residence in 1747 in apartments in the convent of Saint-Joseph in the rue Saint-Dominique, which had a separate entrance from the street.
She passed the entrance exam for St Paul's Girls ' School the following year.
The British band Squeeze refers to the area in the song " Piccadilly " on their album East Side Story with the lyrics " She meets me in piccadilly / A begging folk singer stands tall by the entrance / His song relays worlds of most good intentions / A fiver a ten p in his hat for collection.
Pope Pius XII ( 1939 – 1958 ), Allocution to the Gregorian University ( 17 October 1953 ): " By divine mandate the interpreter and guardian of the Scriptures, and the depository of Sacred Tradition living within her, the Church alone is the entrance to salvation: She alone, by herself, and under the protection and guidance of the Holy Spirit, is the source of truth.
She passed the senior examination for entrance into Cambridge University at the age of 17.
Her silhouette could be seen alongside other characters in the main entrance and her image was posted around different areas of the land. She was also featured on the trademark water fountain which would spray water at unsuspecting guests at random intervals.
She passed the entrance exam and entered the tenth grade in 1892.
She faces east towards the main entrance of the building and the rising Sun.
She made her entrance into the Danish music scene in 2001, during the first season of " Stjerne for en aften ", the Danish edition of Star for a Night.
She is represented as a totem pole with also scary but more feminine face, constructed in front of a village entrance with her husband.
She is then refused entrance, so to distract the viewers, she finishes by saying " Look, there goes Art Malik!
She was born in 1808 in the barracks at the entrance to the harbour of St. John's, Newfoundland, where her father was in command of the troops.
She identified a timber framed entrance to the causeway-ed enclosure and an oval arrangement of postholes in the middle which she interpreted as being a building destroyed by fire before the enclosure earthworks were built.
She was trapped above the stage while waiting for her entrance ; during the fire she fell, was gravely injured, and died of burns and internal injuries three days later.
She is the youngest of the four Pevensie children, and the first to find the Wardrobe entrance to Narnia in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
She was most of the time behind the counter, out of camera sight, and is reported to be studying for university entrance exams.

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