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She turned them down, but later regretted it and claimed to her biographer, Josef Škvorecký: " I could have been as famous as Marlene Dietrich.
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She and turned
She took a good look at herself in the mirror before she turned and, walking with very small steps, started toward the door.
She turned and walked stiffly into the parlor to the dainty-legged escritoire, warped and cracked now from fifty years in an atmosphere of sea spray.
She went into the living room and turned on three lamps, then back into the kitchen where she turned on the ceiling light and the switch that lit the floods on the barn, illuminating the driveway.
She did not notice that the customer seized her purchase and turned away without a smile or a word of thanks.
) She has since turned to Bellini, whose opera `` Beatrice Di Tenda '' in a concert version with the American Opera Society introduced her to New York last season.
She refolded the letter, replaced it in its envelope, and turned with relief to one from her brother George.
She invited Odysseus ' crew to a feast of familiar food, a pottage of cheese and meal, sweetened with honey and laced with wine, but also laced with one of her magical potions, and she turned them all into swine with a wand after they gorged themselves on it.
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 initially turned down his proposal, and her father objected to the union at least partly because of Nicholls ' poor financial status.
She married British bartender turned Los Angeles bar owner Jeremy Thomas on March 20, 1994, and filed for divorce less than two months later.
She turned down Philip II's own hand in 1559, and negotiated for several years to marry his cousin Archduke Charles of Austria.
She proposed an alliance, something which she had refused to do when offered one by Feodor's father, but was turned down.
She was approached by James Cameron to play the part of " Rose Dawson Calvert " for his 1997 blockbuster Titanic with Kate Winslet to play her younger self, but she turned down the role and the part of Rose was given to Gloria Stuart.
She believed that it was this inferior education that turned them into foolish people, but women " could easily be concentrated and solidified upon objects of great significance " if given the chance.
She raised her arms above her head-then " turned away slowly, walked on, following the bank, and passed into the bushes.
She made it a centre of culture, started a school for girls, and turned her ducal apartments into a museum containing the finest art treasures.
She drove along the Cyprian street, where the king had been murdered, and turned towards the Orbian Hill, in the direction of the Esquiline Hill.
She and them
She regarded them as signs that she was nearing the glen she sought, and she was glad to at last be doing something positive in her unenunciated, undefined struggle with the mountain and its darkling inhabitants.
She quickly exploited the exalted position she now occupied, by harassing the disorganized males and even putting many of them to death.
She had, with her own work-weary hands, put seeds in the ground, watched them sprout, bud, blossom, and get ready to bear.
She held Jonathan's letter, his words burning like a brand, and knew suddenly that the bonds between them were severed.
She signed the letters quickly, stamped them, and placed them on the hall table for Raphael to mail in town.
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 fell asleep leaning on her hand, hearing the house creaking as though it were a living a private life of its own these two hundred years, hearing the birds rustling in their cages and the occasional whirring of wings as one of them landed on the table and walked across the newspaper to perch in the crook of her arm.
She learns how to relax them to accept -- instead of contracting them to repel -- the entering object.
She agreed to take charge of five or six of the Negroes should Palfrey decide to send them north immediately.
She drew on all her resources of mind and heart to help them -- to make them at home in the world ; ;
She took refuge on a tongue of land extending into a gully, crouched at the base of a thorn tree, and waited for them to come up.
She pushed wartorn and poverty-stricken nations into prosperity, but she failed to lead them into unity and world peace.
She would not stop to read them in American Express, as many were doing, sitting on benches or leaning against the walls, but pushed her way out into the street.
She would see them, looking just as they had in the books, and this would make up a part of her delight.
She compared the results with tape recordings of modern singers and was not unpleased although her own tapes had a peculiar quality about them, not at all unharmonious, merely unique.