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She tells Alma, " There's a legend: if they float to shore, you'll return to Hawaii.
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She turned it to Matthew 9: 2, which tells the story of Jesus healing a man who was sick with palsy, and after pondering the meaning of the passage, found herself suddenly well and able to get up.
She tells her servant Ninshubur ( Lady Evening ), a reference to Inanna's role as the evening star, that if she does not return in three days, to get help from her father Anu, Enlil, king of the gods, or Enki.
She tells them that not only is her father dead, but she burned all of the notes about the giant dinosaur ( at her father's request ).
She tells Rhett tearfully, " I'm afraid I'll die and go to hell ," to which Rhett replies, " Maybe there isn't a hell.
She tells him that she probably only has a year or two left to live, and therefore takes everything as it comes.
She tells Peter and " the beloved disciple ," who run to the tomb and find the grave-clothes, then go home.
She also tells him she is leaving Mars, and that Parker should enjoy his new status as a hero .< ref > Parker: So.
She tells Maria Santos that Pine Valley is familiar to her, and, that she is " Erica Kane's daughter ".
She tells Lisa, " There has to be more life than just what we see, everyone needs something to believe in.
She tells Christine to “ take the spade of intelligence and dig deep to make a trench all around city … Reason will help to carry away the hods of earth on shoulders .” These “ hods of earth ” are the past beliefs Christine has held about male slanderers.
She also tells about her pre and post Little House career and her side-projects during the Little House years.
She gives a stirring speech in which she tells him that she must obey her conscience rather than human law.
She does not acknowledge her grief, and only Xander can force her to face it when he tells her that he loves her no matter what or who she is, and if she is determined to end the world she must start by killing him.
She and Alma
She lives alone and claims to be quite happy, when questioned on that subject by her drunken housekeeper, Alma ( Thelma Ritter ).
Summer and Smoke is set in Glorious Hill, Mississippi, from the " turn of the century through 1916 ," and centers on a high-strung, unmarried minister's daughter, Alma Winemiller, and the spiritual / sexual romance that nearly blossoms between her and the wild, undisciplined young doctor who grew up next door, John Buchanan, Jr. She, ineffably refined, identifies with the gothic cathedral, " reaching up to something beyond attainment "; her name, as Williams makes clear during the play, means " soul " in Spanish ; whereas Buchanan, doctor and sensualist, defies her with the soulless anatomy chart.
She was born Vera Ellen Westmeier Rohe in Norwood, Ohio, an enclave of Cincinnati, to Martin Rohe and Alma Catherine Westmeier, both descended from German immigrants.
She went on to play Sybil Gordon in Chariots of Fire and Eva Galli / Alma Mobley in Ghost Story, both in 1981.
The station's specialty shows include " Alma del Barrio " ( since 1973 ), " She Comes in Colors " hosted by the Minister Elvin X and Dr. Frederick Phases, " Stray Pop " hosted by Stella, " Music For Nimrods " hosted by Reverend Dan, " Mcallister's Hostile Makeover " hosted by Mcallister, " The Bomb Shelter " hosted by Uncle Tim, " Livation " hosted by Robert Douglas & Eric Stringer, " The Molotov Cocktail Hour " hosted by Cyrano & Señor Amor, " Neuz Pollution " hosted by Chris Candy and Maki, and " Demolisten " hosted by shameless self-promoters Fred and Octavius.
She was born Marcia Glick in New York City on June 9, 1903, the daughter of Bernard Glick and the opera singer Alma Gluck, and she became the stepdaughter of violinist Efrem Zimbalist when Alma Gluck remarried.
She was the first international star of the Finnish opera scene after Alma Fohström, and a groundbreaker for the domestic field.
She is the sister of Donald Graham, the Washington Post Company's chief executive officer, and the mother of Katharine Weymouth, the newspaper's publisher and Pamela Alma Weymouth, writer for Huffington Post.
She taught at Alma College for three years, and then practiced law in the Elgin County area from 1971 to 1987.
She participated in 1988's Lo Blanco y Lo Negro (" What's White and What's Black "), alongside Rafael Sanchez Navarro among others, as " Alma de Castro ".
" She was cited in 2002 as a " Grad Made Good " by her Alma Mater, Florida State University and has also received the Police Athletic League's " 2002 Woman of the Year Award ," a 2000 YMCA " Champion For Youth " honor and the City of Hope's " Spirit of Life " award for her professional and personal example to New York City youth.
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She rose to prominence during the 1990s with roles in the movies The Mask, My Best Friend's Wedding and There's Something About Mary.
She starred in a string of above average and successful comedies starting with There's a Girl in My Soup ( 1970 ), $ ( 1971 ), and Butterflies Are Free ( 1972 ).
She scored a number of major hits in the UK during the 1950s, including " The Little Shoemaker " ( 1954 ), " Majorca " ( 1955 ), " Suddenly There's a Valley " ( 1955 ) and " With All My Heart " ( 1956 ).
She subsequently took one of the lead roles in four-handed comedy Any Wednesday, appeared in productions of There's A Girl in My Soup, The Bandwagon, played the nurse in Loot, appeared as the daughter Julie in A Delicate Balance, and took the lead role in a production of Wait Until Dark, a role for which she was critically acclaimed.
She then appeared in Spread, a sex comedy co-starring Ashton Kutcher released in 2009, which came out in a limited release and with negative reviews, however, Matthew Turney of View London wrote " There's also terrific support " from Heche.
She would continue to work with Clapton, performing on his albums from 1974 to 1977, including 461 Ocean Boulevard, There's One in Every Crowd, E. C. Was Here, No Reason to Cry, and Slowhand albums.
She generally displays the characteristics of a tomboy / hippie, although that was slightly changed when Marcie was paired with her in There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown in 1973.
This single version of their recording reached the number 2 position on Billboard's Top 40 Hit Singles chart, with its B-Side " There's A Place " reaching number 74, while the other top five spots were also Beatles records (" Can't Buy Me Love ", Capitol, No. 1 ; " She Loves You ", Swan, No. 3 ; " I Want To Hold Your Hand ", Capitol, No. 4 ; " Please Please Me ", Vee-Jay, No. 5 ).
She returned to the screen with dancer Ray McDonald for 1949's There's a Girl in My Heart and Shamrock Hill, and 1953's All Ashore.
She had just been released from Twentieth Century-Fox ( before the start of There's No Business Like Show Business ) with four years left on her contract and decided with the time off to get married.
She kept after director Huston, wanting to rehearse the song, but he put her off, saying " There's plenty of time ," until one aft
She went on to write several popular songs, including " Little Boxes ," " What Have They Done to the Rain ," recorded by The Searchers and Joan Baez ( about nuclear fallout ), " It Isn't Nice " ( a civil rights anthem ), " Turn Around " ( about children growing up, later sung by Harry Belafonte ), and " There's a Bottom Below " ( about depression ).
" She told Matt Rossell: " There's absolutely no question that when non-human primates are put into the tiny, barren, sterile cages that are typical of almost all medical research facilities-such as those at the Oregon Regional Primate Center-they suffer most terribly.
She also hates getting dirty, and absolutely refuses to believe in the supernatural ( her catch-phrase in the show is " There's no such thing as supernatural element here.
# Titanic-The Musical: In Every Season (" In Every Age "), Ship Of Air "( There She Is )", The Reviews Are Broadcast (" The Night Is Alive "), Bottom (" Autumn "), There's A Movie Going On (" My Heart Will Go On ")