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She sounded very sprightly on the jump blues Be-Baba-Leba ( Philo, 1945 ) and Million Dollar Secret ( Modern, 1950 ).
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She sounded so exactly like Doaty that Henrietta obeyed her under the clear impression that she could either comply or stay home.
I didn't relate to Sharon Tate as being anything but a store mannequin ... sounded just like an IBM machine ... She kept begging and pleading and pleading and begging, and I got sick of listening to her, so I stabbed her.
She is most commonly referred to simply as " Trillian ", a modification of her birth name, which she adopted because it sounded more " space-like ".
She believed that the death knell of paramour rights was sounded by the trial of Ruby McCollum, a black woman who murdered her white lover, Dr. C. Leroy Adams, in Live Oak, Florida, in 1952.
She married and divorced Ted Bailey, keeping his last name because she thought it sounded more American than Rinker.
She had previously been sounded out about the job in 1997, after Michael Jackson's departure, but had turned down the opportunity as she felt she was then not yet experienced enough.
She has landed a number of high-profile auditions over there, including trying for a role in the film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and she has reportedly been sounded out regarding several high-profile shows in Australia.
She wrote that being called Mrs. Elvis Presley sounded better than live-in Lolita, teen heartthrob or the other labels given her in the past by some of the press.
She declared that the noisy, metallic guitar breakdown of the song symbolised what waiting sounded like in the brain of all those who had waited.
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She took a good look at herself in the mirror before she turned and, walking with very small steps, started toward the door.
She put a strong hand under the old man's arm and lifted him up, patiently, with the gentle cruelty and necessary tyranny that the young show toward the very old.
She promised that she would soon take a few day's leave and visit the uncle she had never seen, on the island of Oyajima -- which was not very far from Yokosuka.
She had used his rumpled shorts as the very image of his childishness, his lack of control, his general male looseness, while she remained cool, airy, and untouched, the charming teacher who disciplined an unruly body.
She called him, " an intelligent, philosophic, modest man " and found his views on education " very attractive ". Locals in Cheshire were less supportive and became suspicious of his methods.
She made a public statement after her release, saying: " I would just like to thank the court for allowing me these 90 days ... helped me deal with a very gnarly drug problem, which is behind me ...
She was said to have had red hair kept in curls, blue eyes, and fair skin and she was very beautiful, intelligent, charming, desirable, elegant, friendly, and gentle, but she was considered to be insane.
She did not have the opportunity to see her sons very often during her imprisonment, though she was released for special occasions such as Christmas.
She offered very limited aid to foreign Protestants and failed to provide her commanders with the funds to make a difference abroad.
She is described as being very sickly and pale, thanks to dieting, her pill addiction, and the stomach pumping operation she underwent earlier in the story.
She is, however, portrayed as being very hypocritical ; in The Invisible Man ( series 1 ), she has no issues with violating peoples ' privacy when she runs a story using a hidden camera to catch shoplifters in a store change room, but is outraged when a rival network violates her own privacy in the same way when broadcasting a similar story.
She is always very supportive of Mike and there are often hints that she actually has a crush on him.
She was herself very active in the movement, and had campaigned for equality and the acceptance of women as preachers.
She displayed her love very openly and inappropriately according to the etiquette of the time, which made people consider her to be emotional, hysterical and very " feminine ", which meant she was not considered intelligent.