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She and skipped
She hesitated, she hopped, she rolled and rocked, skipped and jumped, but in some two weeks she started to pace, From that time to this she has shown steady improvement and now looks like one of the classiest things on the grounds.
She had skipped her lunch hour in the fear that he might call while she was out.
She is ten years old, but is in the sixth grade, having skipped a grade.
She also skipped a grade and graduated from Hollywood Professional School when she was 16 years old.
She didn't let herself be set back by rare or complicated expressions: she skipped them, saying: what is important will sooner or later emerge again and will explain itself if necessary.
She does not appear to have inherited any natural dragon powers and abilities, saying it skipped her generation.
She then skipped a large majority of the clay season with a right wrist injury.

She and piece
She had a cup of something steaming, coffee perhaps, in one hand, a fresh piece of toast in the other.
She stood there, watching Holden come in, and she put the piece of toast in her mouth and bit off one corner with a huge chomp of her white teeth.
She played with style and a touch of the grand manner, and every piece she performed was especially effective in its closing measures.
She restored and preserved the farms that she bought or managed, making sure that each farm house had in it a piece of antique Lakeland furniture.
She received a greeting from officials and a $ 10 gold piece.
" She was unaware at the time that the re-move was caught on tape by a television crew: the videotape showed Kasparov's fingers were free of the knight for six frames ( meaning, at 24 frames per second, Kasparov had released the piece for ¼ of a second ).
She was awarded the Bent Spoon Award by Australian Skeptics in 2000 (" presented to the perpetrator of the most preposterous piece of paranormal or pseudoscientific piffle ").
She apparently blew her nose into the handkerchief and then threw the piece of cloth into a nearby fireplace, much to the shock of the court.
She removed a piece of land and transported it to Denmark, and it became the island of Zealand.
She saved $ 350 for the trip from the sale of an antique furniture piece, but ultimately willed it to George and Emily.
She plucks off a piece from her right side and it becomes Vatea or Avatea.
She helped him back to their house, and brought home a long piece of timber for the fire, to keep him warm.
She mounted a succession of themed shows and composed a piece for Expo 2005 in Japan.
She also contributed lyrics to the Philip Glass album Songs for Liquid Days, she also contributed a spoken-word piece to a tribute album in honor of John Cage.
She was commissioned to produce a piece by the government of Chile as a gift to the government of Brazil which she called " Icarus and Daedalus " ( United in Glory and Peace ).
" She heard Rubinstein play " a terrific piece by Schubert ," reportedly the Wanderer Fantasie.
Some theatre historians believe that the essay was written by Goldsmith as a puff piece for She Stoops to Conquer, as an exemplar of the laughing comedy which Goldsmith ( perhaps ) had touted.
She was portrayed as if she had just broken a chain tying her two hands together, since from both of her wrists a piece of chain can be seen hanging.
She received the Elizabeth Montagu Prize for her essay on women of the eighteenth century and Madame d ' Houdetot, and the Mary Augusta Jordan Literary Prize for her fictional piece entitled " Lida Was Beautiful ".
" She replied, " Yes, I wrote information down a piece of paper and Rosenberg took it with him.
While in drama school she had to earn her own way to pay her fees because in here, ironically, she proved to be the one member of her year who didn't get a grant ( the man who took her grant meeting wrote down on a piece of paper, which she saw: " She has a lisp and isn't attractive ").
She wrote, starred in and directed this piece with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
She was eventually released and returned to Charnhan, where she and others slowly began to piece the truth together.
She was also commissioned to write a piece, Page Turn, for the 2000 Sydney International Piano Competition.

She and water
She helped him with the dishes, then he brought more water in from the spring before it got dark.
She spouted a mouthful of water into the air.
She appears at the rock with all forty-nine of the inmates, or “ Cookies ” in tow, intending to let them take some of the water.
She swallows a huge amount of water three times a day before belching it back out again, creating whirlpools.
She is caught in the middle of the Terrill-Hannassey feud, as she has been allowing Hannassey to use her water for his cattle, while Terrill has been trying to buy her land in order to put Hannassey out of business.
She leads them to food and water ; she will call them to edible items, but seldom feeds them directly.
She soon stumbles upon a suitable victim: Marc ( Shatner ), a young soldier, who with his sister Arndis ( Ann Atmar ) comes to the sacred water in order to heal his battle-wounds.
She is the only character to show the hunchback a moment of human kindness: as he is being whipped for punishment and jeered by a horrid rabble, she approaches the public stock and gives him a drink of water.
She then descended into the adyton ( Greek for " inaccessible ") and mounted her tripod seat, holding laurel leaves and a dish of Kassotis spring water into which she gazed.
She learned water colour painting and made trips around the countryside.
She became something of a minor celebrity, and was interviewed by journalists, who were forbidden to accept even a glass of water from her.
She then poured water over the grounds, and coffee – clean and clear – dripped into a drinking cup below.
She also watered the clouds with her pitcher, obtaining the water from the sea.
She is also known as Morgan, probably a specific personification of morgens, the Welsh term for water sprites.
She was loaded with specimen jars, filled with alcohol for preservation of samples, microscopes and chemical apparatus, trawls and dredges, thermometers and water sampling bottles, sounding leads and devices to collect sediment from the sea bed and great lengths of rope with which to suspend the equipment into the ocean depths.
Chalchiuhtlicue ( also Chalciuhtlicue, or Chalcihuitlicue ) (" She of the Jade Skirt ") was an Aztec goddess of water, rivers, seas, streams, storms, and baptism.
" She also would sprinkle water on the breast of the baby saying, " Receive this celestial water that washes impurity from your heart.
She governs spring water.
She enjoys sweet rose -, blue -, white-or cream-colored beverages, water sweetened with syrup, any type of non-alcoholic liqueurs, clairin, and acassan ( a drink consisting of boiled cornmeal sweetened with highly refined cane juice ).
She took them inside herself, down under the water.
She is said to guard the fresh water springs that gave life to native plants and fishponds that sustained Moku % CA % BBula.
She is the goddess of freshness and purification through water who washed the entrails of the deceased and brought the sacred water to Anubis for his tasks.

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