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She sat quietly, staring at me from the wide eyes.
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She sat down on the nearest, fallen with age and gray with sea-damp, her fingers tracing the indecipherable carved letters padded with green moss.
She sat down and played two slots at once, looking grim, as if bested by mechanical devices, and Owen felt sorry for the lay-sisters depending on her support.
She also sketched President Teddy Roosevelt during her White House visits in 1902, during which " He sat for two hours, talking most of the time, reciting Kipling, and reading scraps of Browning.
She paid her fare and sat in an empty seat in the first row of back seats reserved for blacks in the " colored " section.
She sat on a plain wooden throne with a white woolen cushion and did not trouble to choose an emblem for herself.
She became particularly interested in the ideas of Herbert Marcuse and on her return to Brandeis she sat in on his course.
She wrote in her diary on 15 March 1910 that she couldn't understand the family's regard for Rasputin as " almost a saint " when she viewed him as only a " khlyst " Tyutcheva told Grand Duchess Xenia that the starets visited when Olga and Tatiana were getting ready for bed and sat there talking with them and " caressing " them.
She sat in the section where, if a white person was standing, the blacks would have to get up and move to the back.
She sat on the House Armed Services Committee, and was involved in government oversight, passing several procurement reforms.
She then sat drinking cocktails and playing a foxtrot record, " Hula Lou ," over and over for about four hours as she sat watching Kalstedt die.
") This comedy had an immense influence, as regards manipulation of dialogue, upon all subsequent English comedies of repartee, and he who wants to trace the ancestry of Tony Lumpkin and Mrs Hardcastle ( in She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith ) has only to turn to Jerry Blackacre and his mother, while Manly ( for whom Wycherley's early patron, the Duke of Montausier, sat ), though he is perhaps overdone, has dominated this kind of stage character ever since.
She finally sat down in the grotto to take her shoes off in order to cross the water and was lowering her first stocking when she heard the sound of rushing wind, but nothing moved.
She was politically active in her White House years as her husband's closest adviser and sat in on Cabinet and policy meetings.
She later made a big-budget video for the song " Set It Off ", in which she sat in a locker room as her pubic and armpit hair grew to Rapunzel length.
She was chained in a storeroom for six months, until, as she describes, Jesus sat down at her bedside, and asked her, " Daughter, why hast thou forsaken Me, and I forsook never thee?
She reported that Holliday came back to his room, sat on the bed, wept and said, " that was awful — awful ".
She and quietly
She had the feeling that, under the mouldering leaves, there would be the bodies of dead animals, quietly decaying and giving their soil back to the mountain.
She quietly accepted his extramarital affairs the longest one being with the famed beauty Jeanne Baptiste d ' Albert de Luynes by whom he had two children.
She praises the character for taking charge and accepting the possibility she might be a Potential Slayer, and for quietly stepping back when she turns out to be wrong, without revealing how disappointed she really is.
She finally gave in, and the series reappeared in a twice-weekly, early-evening 15 minute format ( with another change in title, to Molly, in due course ), with Harold Stone and then Robert H. Harris replacing Loeb as Jake, though Berg quietly continued to pay a salary to Loeb.
She then quietly helped the most poor people whose property had been confiscated by secretly compensating them economically from her own budget.
She then returned to Paris with her children – three older daughters and one son – and lived there quietly until 1796, when she married the Marc-René-Voyer de Paulmy, marquis d ' Argenson, grandson of Louis XV's minister of war.
She was also skilled in " woodcraft " ( tracking and moving quietly through forested areas ), as noted by King Tirian in The Last Battle ; Eustace credits this to her time as a Girl Guide, but no doubt this was supplemented by her travels and experiences in The Silver Chair.
She married the editor and publisher, George Nichols ; when he became an invalid, she quietly took over his duties at the paper.
She moved to Vermont, where she lived quietly under the name Sandra Collins until 1989, when her environmental activism made the news and her identity was made public.
She informs him that Kosnov participated in no such capture, and Rone realizes that Bresnavitch quietly orchestrated the raid without the knowledge of Soviet counter-intelligence, a clear indicator that he was Polyakov's traitorous high-level Soviet official contact.