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She and thought
She stared at him, her eyes wide as she thought about what he had said ; ;
She was like charcoal, he thought -- dark, opaque, explosive.
She and her husband had formerly lived in New York, where she had many friends, but Mr. Flannagan thought the country would be safer in case of war.
She thought again of her children, those two who had died young, before the later science which might have saved them could attach even a label to their separate malignancies.
She had done all the things she had promised herself she would do, but she had not thought of this.
She was wearing her dark hair in two, thick braids to attain an `` American Girl '' effect she thought was appropriate to Halloween.
She thought she had great possibilities in the ballet and wanted to show the eminent producer how well she could dance.
She told police about the prospective tenant she had heard quarreling with her father some weeks before the murders, but she said she thought he was from out of town because she heard him mention something about talking to his partner.
She thought as warm, drizzling rain touched her face.
She eyed the chickens with, if she had known it, something of Glendora's dismal look and thought with a certain fury of the time she had spent on Latin verbs.
She thought she was going to die.
She thought it was sometime during the second week she worked for Stanley.
She thought she was bigger than we are because she came from Torino ''.
She pursed her lips, then clamped them together so tightly that I thought she was angry with me.
She thought.
She had better stay there, Lucy thought ; ;
She is thought to bear the name of the deity who was derived from Libya, where known as Neith, the same source sometimes identified as the parallel for Athene.
She did not believe in the theory of symbiosis proposed by Simon Schwendener, the German mycologist as previously thought, rather she proposed a more independent process of reproduction.
She was sometimes thought of as one of the Pleiades ( and hence a nymph ).
" She also says, " I thought the two had a lot of chemistry.
How can we ever thank you ?” She later explained: “ Everyone thought the war was over, and in that spirit I sent the cable to Hitler ”.
She argues that the legacy of Christian misogyny was consolidated by the so-called " Fathers " of the Church, like Tertullian, who thought a woman was not only " the gateway of the devil " but also " a temple built over a sewer.
She had quarrels with Sartain, who thought Cassatt too outspoken and self-centered, and eventually they parted.
She had already become emotionally attached to Russia and often thought of the huge, remote country that was to have been her home.

She and royal
Catherine was quite short in stature with long red hair, wide blue eyes, a round face, and a fair complexion. She was descended, on her maternal side, from the English royal house ; her great-grandmother Catherine of Lancaster, after whom she was named, and her great-great-grandmother Philippa of Lancaster were both daughters of John of Gaunt and granddaughters of Edward III of England.
She successfully educated herself by immersing herself in languages, in the rediscovered classics and humanism of the early Renaissance, and in Charles V ’ s royal archive that housed a vast number of manuscripts.
She married Etienne du Castel, a royal secretary to the court, at the age of 15.
She recruited for the campaign, finally assembling some of her royal ladies-in-waiting as well as 300 non-noble vassals.
She sponsored writers and artists and donated much of her personal wealth, including her royal insignia, to charity, for purposes including the founding of hospitals.
She was given her own court based at Ludlow Castle and many of the royal prerogatives normally reserved for the Prince of Wales.
She granted a royal charter to the Muscovy Company, whose first governor was Sebastian Cabot, and commissioned a world atlas from Diogo Homem.
She failed in her attempt to use a church synod to dismiss the catholicos Michael, and the noble council, darbazi, asserted the right to approve royal decrees.
She even apparently looked down on her own grandmother, Mary of Teck, because Mary was royal only by marriage, whereas Margaret was royal by birth.
She met with Elizabeth at Greenwich Palace, wearing a fine gown, the two of them surrounded by guards and the members of Elizabeth's royal Court.
She met the King, the Dauphin Louis-Auguste, and the royal aunts ( Louis XV's daughters, known as Mesdames ), one week later.
She wished instead for the rest of the royal family to accompany her.
She recuperated during a Caribbean cruise aboard the royal yacht, Britannia.
She was 101 years old, and at the time of her death was the longest-lived member of the royal family in British history.
She rejected his proposal twice, in 1921 and 1922, reportedly because she was reluctant to make the sacrifices necessary to become a member of the royal family.
She was born at the Hôtel Saint-Pol ( a royal palace in Paris ) on 27 October 1401.
She further alleged that Caroline had been rude about the royal family, touched her in an inappropriately sexual way, and had admitted that any woman friendly with a man was sure to become his lover.
She commissioned works such as terracotta busts of the kings and queens of England from Michael Rysbrack, and supervised a more naturalistic design of the royal gardens by William Kent and Charles Bridgeman.
She was able to save a good part of the school, although the royal bequest and the number of staff were much reduced.
She was unable to divorce her husband ( despite his documented insanity ) because of his relationship to the Spanish royal family, and the duchess and Zaharoff had to wait until the Duke's natural death.
She is also featured in the Disney on Ice shows Princess Classics and Princess Wishes, as a princess, despite her lack of royal ties.
She loved dancing and pageants, activities often frowned upon in Presbyterian Scotland, but for which she found a vibrant outlet in Jacobean London, where she created a " rich and hospitable " cultural climate at the royal court, became an enthusiastic playgoer, and sponsored lavish masques.
" She joined the literary circles of New York and Boston and made the acquaintance of local lights on the lecture circuit, such as Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, a book whose anti-slavery message Leonowens had brought to the attention of the royal household.

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