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She wanted to make a more equitable distribution of it among the groups that would benefit the most ; ;
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She had felt that her arm wanted to go up in the first trial, but had consciously prevented it from so doing.
She thought she had great possibilities in the ballet and wanted to show the eminent producer how well she could dance.
She didn't mind working hard, not as if she figured to do anything wrong to live easy and soft -- all she wanted was a chance, where she wasn't marked as what she was.
She no longer wanted anything about him to remind her of the circumstances of their meeting that first night in Parioli.
She became aware that two Italian workmen, carrying a large azalea pot, were standing before her and wanted her to move so that they could begin arranging a new row of the display.
She was the only character created at the request of MTV, who wanted a female character who could tolerate and handle the duo.
She, a woman, was resolved to win or die ; if the men wanted to live in slavery, that was their choice.
She realizes that marriage would confine her, the freedom she attempted killed someone, and her love for Lo would require her to give up the personal freedom she always wanted.
" His sister, Carol, said that their mother " above all wanted to protect Carl ... She had an extraordinarily difficult time dealing with World War II and the Holocaust ".
She miscarries a fourth child, the only one she wanted, during a quarrel with Rhett when she accidentally falls down the stairs.
She wanted to have the watch engraved with the words, " To Pork from the O ' Hara's — Well done good and faithful servant ," but Pork declined the offer.
She is also similar to the later subject of many of Coleridge's poems, Asra, based on Sara Hutchinson, whom Coleridge wanted but was not his wife and experienced opium induced dreams of being with her.
She also told Hitler she wanted the freedom to act again: " I would not be able to go on living if I had to give up acting ".
She also wanted to prevent back-alley abortions, which were dangerous and usually illegal at that time.
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She drew on all her resources of mind and heart to help them -- to make them at home in the world ; ;
She was wearing a brown cotton dress, cut across the hips in a way that was supposed to make her look slimmer, a yoke set into the skirt and flaring pleats below.
She had come to make her peace with the past, and of that past this ancient of the earth was only a kind of shadow.
She set out to make sure that no Jewish child anyplace in the world had to live in a place such as this ''.
She would see them, looking just as they had in the books, and this would make up a part of her delight.
She would have a year in which to make up her mind, to choose a mate from a list selected by her gapt.
She gives him food, and speaks to him, urging him not to " have on his conscience the staggering burden of needless bloodshed " ( verse 31, NIV ) and reminding him that God will make him a " lasting dynasty " ( verse 28 ).
She herself died in 1558, and in 1559 Elizabeth I reintroduced the 1552 book with a few modifications to make it acceptable to more traditionally minded worshippers, notably the inclusion of the words of administration from the 1549 Communion Service alongside those of 1552.
She continued to make minor and frequently nostalgic period musicals such as Starlift, The West Point Story, On Moonlight Bay, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, and Tea For Two for Warner Brothers.
She had just enough time to warn her husband to take care of their child and make sure that he did not pick flowers.
She offered very limited aid to foreign Protestants and failed to provide her commanders with the funds to make a difference abroad.
She has changed it to make reference to " Jock Stewart ", one of her relatives, and there are no Irish references.
She used the opportunity to denounce Christianity as irredeemable for women and to call for women ( and men ) to make an exodus from the Church.
She wrote of the Americans, " The boy learns to make advances and rely upon the girl to repulse them whenever they are inappropriate to the state of feeling between the pair ", as contrasted to the British, where " the girl is reared to depend upon a slight barrier of chilliness ... which the boys learn to respect, and for the rest to rely upon the men to approach or advance, as warranted by the situation.
She had not given Orwell much notice about this operation because of worries about the cost and because she expected to make a speedy recovery.
She regarded most attempts to make historical studies more female-inclusive as being artificial in nature, and an impediment to progress.
She also believes that too much money has been diverted away from the juvenile court system and believes that the government should find some way to make the juvenile courts work effectively so as to prevent problems in troubled children and adolescents before these problems are exacerbated by the time these adolescents reach adulthood .< ref >