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She was listening to other voices, out of the future.
from Brown Corpus
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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 was sure she would reach the pool by climbing, and she clung to that belief despite the increasing number of obstacles.
She was glad, completely and unselfishly glad, to see that things were working out the right way for both Sally and Dan.
She was telling herself that this might just be her reward at the end of a long meaningful search for truth.
She began to explain, `` There was this poet, in Italy '' He interrupted, `` Please don't judge all poets ''.
She and listening
She began singing in the local choir and expanded her listening to blues singers such as Odetta, Billie Holiday and Big Mama Thornton.
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.
Henry Pleasants, an American classical-music critic, wrote this about her: She has a lovely voice, one of the warmest and most radiant in its natural range that I have heard in a lifetime of listening to singers in every category.
She learned four chords, which enabled her to play rhythm and blues, the music she was listening to at the time.
She loves music and can often be seen with a " boogie box " ( a CD-player ) towing behind her or listening to headphones rather than teacher.
She wrote to the World Service " Waveguide " program complaining that her listening had been spoiled by a female voice reading out numbers in English and she asked the announcer what this interference was.
She is a Welsh-speaker: in the first volume of her autobiography ( Private Faces ) she notes that she spoke only Welsh for much of her childhood, learning English by listening to the radio.
She will be releasing an album of self-written music ( originally planned for January 2008 ), which will be preceded by a single, I Don't Need You Anymore which she revealed is " about a narcotic, but I guess if you were listening to it, you could relate it to anything you liked.
She also relates to the power of listening and grasping speech and converting it back to knowledge and thought.
She made a cameo appearance in the film Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny, as a passer-by listening to the duo on the boardwalk.
She is pretty and popular and generally well-liked by her classmates, and her interests include photography, journalism, and listening to rock music.
She also demonstrates an insight into the more disturbing aspects of childhood nature, as she enjoys listening to the sound of children playing while she is reading, but always positions herself at such a distance that she is unable to hear what the children are saying, lest she find it unsettling.
She honed her technique by listening to other sopranos, reading old singing-method books, and doing piano exercises with her voice instead of using a keyboard.
She stated that she had stabbed Tate because she was " sick of listening to her, pleading and begging, begging and pleading ".
She learned to play guitar at the age of 10 and grew up listening to her father's collection of music, which included artists such as Peter Seeger and the Kingston Trio.
She started listening to recordings of Marian Anderson and Leontyne Price whom Norman credits as being inspiring figures in her career.
She describes herself as a stay-at-home person, and likes watching DVDs, listening to music, and reading books.
She was followed by Wilson Bugembe, another musician who was readily embraced by the listening public with his songs becoming national hits, cutting across all demographics.
She slipped her tow at 23: 00 for the forty-mile journey through hazardous wrecks, minefields and listening posts to reach the Takao.