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The husband points the steps out with his flashlight: `` Its white stare filling her pale eyes To the blind brim with appetite, Bleaching her hands that grazed my thighs And sent us from the table in surprise To let the dishes soak all night, '' ( Mary Jane asked herself if Meredith was blushing at this line, or was it the fire??
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husband and points
After all, the henpecked husband with his shrewish wife is a comic figure of long standing, in literature and on the stage, as Dr. Schillinger points out.
Njörðr interjects — he says that a woman having a lover other than her husband is harmless, and he points out that Loki has borne children, and calls Loki a pervert.
One of his low points as Chancellor was in 1968 when Nazi-hunter Beate Klarsfeld, who campaigned with her husband Serge Klarsfeld against Nazi criminals, publicly slapped him in the face during the 1968 Christian Democrat convention, while calling him a Nazi.
This satire on the Catholic Church's attitudes toward contraception and masturbation is followed by one on Protestants: Chapman plays the husband of the household next door, who lectures his wife on their church's tolerance toward having intercourse for fun, although his frustrated spouse ( Idle ) points out that they never do.
As the Duchess of Clarence, she used the arms of her husband ( the royal arms with a label of three points Argent, the centre point bearing a cross Gules, the outer points each bearing an anchor Azure ) impaled with those of her father, the whole surmounted by a coronet of a child of the sovereign.
In the 1995 film Mighty Aphrodite two unresolved plot points are resolved when a disabled helicopter drops from the sky and introduces the character Linda to her husband ( providing her with true love ) who will then believe he fathered Lenny's child ( covering up her past ).
Beverly effectively forces her guests to agree with her on most topics, for instance on the music they should listen to, or whether olives should be served, in each instance using their apparent consensus to score points with her husband.
As the series progressed, romantic relationships became plot points and new cast members joined the show, including Hewitt as Bailey's girlfriend Sarah, Jeremy London as Julia's bad-boy boyfriend and later husband Griffin, and Paula Devicq as Owen's nanny Kirsten, who developed an on-again-off-again relationship with Charlie through most of the series.
In a 1970 episode of the British sitcom Steptoe and Son, Harold ( Harry H. Corbett ) points out to an ex-girlfriend that her deceased husband was a " great Tory twit, always sneering about Clem Attlee and the Groundnut Scheme ".
During the resulting battle, Miriya convinced her husband to attack specific points of Zentraedi mecha to disable them rather than kill them out as a gesture of goodwill.
Yet despite Hyacinth ’ s snobbish persona, as husband Richard points out, she is a kind woman, never failing to cook, clean, and iron for her husband, kindnesses that keeps Richard at Hyacinth's side, despite his constant exasperation with her.
Beauvoir points out various inequalities between a wife and husband ( in, for example, age ) and finds they pass the time not in love but in " conjugal love ".
Part Two alternates between the points of view of her husband and of Antoinette following their marriage and is set in Granbois, Dominica.
The only low points were when Karen lost Rosario in a bet to her arch nemesis Beverley Leslie and when Karen sacked Rosario after discovering she had hidden the truth about her husband Stanley Walker being alive.
Hunt declares that she shows " more imbecility than Christian patience ", and David Bellos points out that, like her husband, she is driven by passion – albeit of a different kind: " Adeline's desire ( for good, for the family, for Hector, for God ) is so radically different from the motivating desires of the other characters that she seems in their context to be without desire ..."
Chapter 1: Friedan points out that the average age of marriage was dropping and the birthrate was increasing for women throughout the 1950s, yet the widespread unhappiness of women persisted, although American culture insisted that fulfillment for women could be found in marriage and housewifery ; this chapter concludes by declaring " We can no longer ignore that voice within women that says: ' I want something more than my husband and my children and my home.
When evidence points to Sir Percy, Chauvelin blackmails Blakeney's wife, Marguerite ( Margaret Leighton ) by threatening to expose her criminal brother Armand ( Edmond Audran ), but Marguerite doesn't believe her husband is capable of being the daring Pimpernel.
The husband points out the pole star and prays for the strength and stability of the household through a Veda mantra.
Next, the husband points out the Arundhati star to his wife and describes to her the story of Arundhati and her legendary chastity.
Being hastened by her husband to make the last speech, the governor greets supporters in a ballroom when Watson takes out the gun, points it at a projector room where Smith is watching him and shoots at the window.
The husband complains about his wife's habit of shaking her eyes, while she points out he has the bad habit of sawing the furniture from watching the TV show " Sawing for Teens " ( the show is interrupted so that the warning can be given ).
The plot concerns a husband who attempts to convince his wife and others that she is insane by manipulating small elements of their environment, and insisting that she is mistaken or misremembering when she points out these changes.
husband and steps
Morgan took the suggested steps, but when Mrs. Sanderson appeared, there was nobody with her but her husband, whom he promptly sent to headquarters to be questioned.
`` To get a marriage back where it belongs '', comments Dr. Schillinger of the Lincoln Institute, `` the husband must take some very basic steps.
A local tradition at weddings is for the husband to carry his new bride up these steps, during which the bride must remain silent.
With the aid of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt, Anderson performed a critically acclaimed open-air concert on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C. She sang before a crowd of more than 75, 000 people and a radio audience in the millions.
At the end of the war, when the final steps towards full democracy were taken in Sweden, Margaret's positive attitude to reform influenced her husband the Crown Prince.
Mamie Eisenhower, with her husband, Dwight, on the steps of St. Mary's College, San Antonio, Texas, in 1916
Alice Longworth and her husband, House Speaker & Ohio Congressman Nicholas Longworth on the steps of the US Capitol in 1926
Cornelia and her new husband took rapid steps to safeguard Sulla's estates from the resulting mock trials and proscriptions during Marius's seventh consulship.
The title SFBT, and the specific steps involved in its practice, are attributed to husband and wife Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg and their team at The Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, USA.
In November 2001 she also caused headlines when, after dropping off her husband at an official dinner at the Royal Palace in Oslo, accidentally drove her Volkswagen Passat down the steps in front of the palace, with the political press corps as shocked onlookers.
Although there is no presumption of undue influence, a " lender is to be taken to have understood that, as a wife, the surety may repose trust and confidence in her husband in matters of business and therefore to have understood that the husband may not fully and accurately explain the purport and effect of the transaction to his wife ; and yet ... did not itself take steps to explain the transaction to the wife or find out that a stranger had explained it to her.
Argan begins to get angry again, but Toinette steps in and says she has a solution to prove to Beralde how much Beline loves her husband.
The article's revelation that she and her husband made love on the steps of the U. S. Capitol during a break in an all-night House session caused a hoopla.
husband and out
In a rare fit of anger and spite, I `` farmed out '' my own husband to a small and most undistinguished studio to make one picture as a form of punishment.
On my way out I told her, `` If you should eh just happen to see your husband, get him to give himself up.
Reports Dr. Keys: `` A fairly common experience for us is the wife who finds her husband staying out more and more.
Lucy suspected that Myra would never have come home if Gregg, Myra's husband, hadn't gone out to fetch her.
In a metafictional touch, the husband is a writer working on a manuscript called " A Clockwork Orange ," and Alex contemptuously reads out a paragraph that states the novel's main theme before shredding the manuscript.
Punch had a poem containing the words “ When Ivo comes back with the urn ” and when Ivo Bligh wiped out the defeat Lady Clarke, wife of Sir W. J. Clarke, who entertained the English so lavishly, found a little wooden urn, burnt a bail, put the ashes in the urn, and wrapping it in a red velvet bag, put it into her husband ’ s ( Ivo Bligh ’ s ) hands.
There were 2, 481 households out of which 33. 9 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49. 0 % were married couples living together, 12. 7 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 33. 3 % were non-families.
There were 124 households out of which 34. 7 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 46. 0 % were married couples living together, 17. 7 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 30. 6 % were non-families.
There were 4, 374 households out of which 9. 6 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 21. 0 % were married couples living together, 5. 6 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 71. 7 % were non-families.
There were 46, 029 households, out of which 8, 467 ( 18. 4 %) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 13, 569 ( 29. 5 %) were opposite-sex married couples living together, 3, 855 ( 8. 4 %) had a female householder with no husband present, 1, 368 ( 3. 0 %) had a male householder with no wife present.
There were 44, 032 households out of which 16. 9 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 28. 9 % were married couples living together, 8. 4 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 60. 4 % were non-families.
Once again, we see the imagery of the marriage: " I, John, saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.
There were 17, 592 households out of which 26. 6 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 41. 3 % were married couples living together, 11. 6 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 42. 9 % were non-families.
There were 4, 118 households out of which 32. 2 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 43. 9 % were married couples living together, 14. 2 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 37. 4 % were non-families.
As of the 2000 census, there are 20, 171 households, out of which 29. 8 % have children under the age of 18 living with them, 50. 0 % are married couples living together, 11. 0 % have a female householder with no husband present, and 34. 3 % are non-families.
There were 428 households out of which 34. 3 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 57. 9 % were married couples living together, 10. 7 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 28. 0 % were non-families.
There were 6, 249 households out of which 20. 8 % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 31. 4 % were married couples living together, 8. 1 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 57. 6 % were non-families.
There are 2, 487 households out of which half have children under the age of 18 living with them, 71. 6 % are married couples living together, 8. 2 % have a female householder with no husband present, and 17. 0 % are non-families.
In the myth of Inanna's descent, Inanna, in order to console her grieving sister Ereshkigal, who is mourning the death of her husband Gugalana ( gu, bull, gal, big, ana, sky / heaven ), slain by Gilgamesh and Enkidu, sets out to visit her sister.
But the most important thing Griffith did was work out significant and expressive natural gestures in intensive rehearsal periods with his actors, before the film was shot, such as the enraged and jealous husband in The Voice of the Child ( 1911 ) walking around his office chomping on a cigar and puffing clouds of smoke out of it through clenched teeth.