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The older woman explains to Anne that such is the lot of a wife, and that marriage brings pain (" Every Day A Little Death ").
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My new Aunt was perhaps three or four years older than I and it had been a long time since I had seen as gorgeous a woman who oozed sex.
He thought how this dainty, fragile older woman threading her way through the streets of Westminster on a day in June, enjoying the flowers in the shops, the greetings from old friends, but never really drawing a deep, passionate breath, was so like himself.
Anne does not want to accept the invitation, but Charlotte convinces her to do so to heighten the contrast between the older woman and the young teenager.
Potter was a generous patron of the Girl Guides whose troops she allowed to make their summer encampments on her lands and whose company she enjoyed as an older woman.
Apollo spoke through his oracle: the sibyl or priestess of the oracle at Delphi was known as the Pythia ; she had to be an older woman of blameless life chosen from among the peasants of the area.
In 1837, Douglass met and fell in love with Anna Murray, a free black woman in Baltimore about five years older than him.
It is generally performed by a traditional circumciser, usually an older woman known as a " gedda ," without anaesthesia or sterile equipment, though richer families may pay instead for the services of a nurse, midwife, or doctor using a local anaesthetic.
Pinafore relied on stock character types, many of which were familiar from European opera ( and some of which grew out of Gilbert's earlier association with the German Reeds ): the heroic protagonist ( tenor ) and his love-interest ( soprano ); the older woman with a secret or a sharp tongue ( contralto ); the baffled lyric baritone — the girl's father ; and a classic villain ( bass-baritone ).
As the World Turns dealt heavily with Chris Hughes ' law practice and the travails of his wife Nancy who, tired of being " the loyal housewife " in the 1970s, became one of the first older women on the American serials to become a working woman.
Very often a woman has not been informed in any way about this stage of life ; at least in the US, it may often be the case that she has received no information from her physician, or from her older female family members, or from her social group.
Regular subplots since the 1980s included: Howard and Marina trying to have an affair without Howard's wife finding out ( a variation of the Wainwright-Partridge subplot of the 1970s ), the older women meeting for tea and discussing their theories about men and life, Auntie Wainwright trying to sell unwanted merchandise to unsuspecting customers, Smiler trying to find a woman, Barry trying to better himself ( at the insistence of Glenda ), and Tom trying to stay one step ahead of the repo man.
* Ruby Dee as Mother Sister, an older black woman who observes the neighborhood goings-ons from the window of her brownstone
Michelangelo's interpretation of the Pieta was far different from those previously created by other artists, as he sculpted a young and beautiful Mary rather than an older woman around 50 years of age.
The victims include an older woman wearing Pince-nez, a young boy with his mother, a student in uniform and a teenage schoolgirl.
Jane is a young woman from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, whose father Steve is a retired Mountie ; her mother Ann is a journalist, and she has two older sisters ( all back in Canada ) and a great-aunt Grace who lives near London.
For reasons that are not yet known, the older a woman is, the more likely she is to have a multiple birth naturally.
* The term " Aunt Agatha " has come to mean a " formidable aunt " or, more generally, " any older woman of fearsome disposition ".
The plot follows the story of Effi Briest, a young woman who seeks to escape her stifling marriage to a much older man by entering into a brief affair with a charming soldier.
Tess and Angel spend their wedding night at an old d ' Urberville family mansion, where Angel presents his bride with some beautiful diamonds that belonged to his godmother and confesses that he once had a brief affair with an older woman in London.
As she nears her destination, she encounters Angel's priggish older brothers and the woman his parents once hoped he would marry, Mercy Chant.
Martin Lynch-Gibbon is a 41-year-old well-to-do wine merchant whose childless marriage to an older woman called Antonia has been one of convenience rather than love.
He deals with Joe ’ s social climbing by sending Susan abroad ; Joe turns for solace to Alice Aisgill ( Simone Signoret ), an unhappily married older woman who falls in love with him.
After escaping from his prison cell with the aid of his first officer, Number One, and Yeoman J. M. Colt, the Talosians reveal Vina's real appearance to Pike as a disfigured older woman.
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For example, a wall fresco which depicted Priapus, the ancient god of sex and fertility, with his extremely enlarged penis, was covered with plaster ( and, as Schefold explains ( p. 134 ), even the older reproduction below was locked away " out of prudishness " and only opened on request ) and only rediscovered in 1998 due to rainfall.
Archaeologist Junko Habu claims that " The majority of Japanese scholars believed, and still believe, that pottery production was first invented in mainland Asia and subsequently introduced into the Japanese archipelago ," and explains that " A series of excavations in the Amur River Basin in the 1980s and 1990s revealed that pottery in this region may be as old as, if not older than, Fukui Cave pottery ", which dates to around 10, 700 and was found in 1960.
The older man, who is dressed in a business suit, explains to the younger man that the rest have drowned themselves in the ocean.
In fact, the Old Frankish language has had a determining influence on the birth of Old French, that explains partly why the first documents in Old French are older than the documents in other Romance languages ( e. g .: Strasbourg Oaths ).
He explains further that this world is haunted by soul-eating Spectres, which prey on older children and adults but are invisible to children of their age, and that the knife must not fall into Sir Charles ' hands.
* G ' Kar explains that certain species in the galaxy are billions of years older than most of the others.
Citing even older Chinese sources, it explains how to organize the garden, from the placement of rocks and streams to the correct depth of ponds and height of cascades.
However, the high cost of natural gas lighting at least partly explains why a large number of older gas lamps have been converted to electricity.
Jarman explains this by suggesting that Scribe B started by partially modernising the orthography as he copied the stanzas, but after a while tired of this and copied the remaining stanzas as they were in the older manuscript.
This explains the strong German cultural connection seen in the number of Lutheran churches, Lutheran schools which often have German on the curriculum, and the number of older residents who still speak German.
The pilot of the Nestor, Paul Stein, suddenly sees an apparition of his older brother Kevin ( one of the crew of the ill-fated Slayton ), who explains that they are all dead and disappears.
The first chapter of the game, set a year before the prologue, explains that Ramza, son of the late war hero Barbaneth Beoulve, discovered the questionable motives behind the actions of his older half-brothers, Dycedarg and Zalbaag.
The older woman is sick, poor, and miserable because, she explains, she " did not know to stop at rhetoric, wanting to go on to learn philosophy.
It explains why David showed disdain at Jill's co-worker when he met her after college as well as the reason why he left to go to college: He caught his older sister having sex with the Mexican gardener and killed him with a letter-opener ; his mother quietly paid Odessa's jail to make it look like he raped her daughter and committed suicide in jail and sent her deranged daughter to a mental hospital.
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There was little affection between her and the older children, but Anne, according to tradition, was her favourite.
For a compilation album of the Glenmark duo Gemini, Andersson had Björn Ulvaeus write new Swedish lyrics for the re-recording of two old songs ; Ulvaeus also wrote new English lyrics to older Swedish language songs for opera singer Anne Sofie von Otter tribute album " I Let The Music Speak ".
Her older half-sister, Mary, had lost her position as a legitimate heir when Henry annulled his marriage to Mary's mother, Catherine of Aragon, in order to marry Anne and sire a male heir to ensure the Tudor succession.
The club then merged with the Royal Southern and occupied that club's older premises which it had created from the regency public steam baths by the basin at West Hoe before the rejuvenated club moved in the late 1980s to Queen Anne Battery.
Although Sophia was in her seventy-first year, older than Anne by thirty-five years, she was very fit and healthy, and invested time and energy in securing the succession either for herself or her son.
alt = Masolino & Masaccio, Virgin & Child with St. Anne, Uffizi The second work was perhaps Masaccio's first collaboration with the older and already-renowned artist, Masolino da Panicale ( 1383 / 4-c. 1436 ).
The circumstances of the 2 artists ' collaboration are unclear ; since Masolino was considerably older, it seems likely that he brought Masaccio under his wing, but the division of hands in the Virgin and Child with Saint Anne is so marked-Masolino is believed to have painted the figure of St. Anne and the angels that hold the cloth of honor behind her, while Masaccio painted the more important Virgin and Child on their throne-that it is hard to see the older artist as the controlling figure in this commission.
As with Anne herself, it is uncertain when her two siblings were born, but it seems clear that her sister Mary was older than Anne.
Anne was recalled to marry her Irish cousin, James Butler, a young man who was several years older than she was and who was living at the English court, in an attempt to settle a dispute over the title and estates of the Earldom of Ormond.
Mary Boleyn, Anne Boleyn's older sister, had earlier been recalled from France in late 1519, ostensibly for her affairs with the French king and his courtiers.
Her older sister, Mary, was one of her godparents, along with Archbishop of Canterbury Gilbert Sheldon and Anne Scott, Duchess of Monmouth.
Sophia was in her seventy-first year, older than Anne by thirty-five years, but she was very fit and healthy and invested time and energy in securing the succession either for herself or her son.
With her older sister, Elizabeth, Anne was sent to be raised at Güstrow in Germany by her maternal grandparents, the Duke and Duchess of Mecklenburg.
Outhwaite's first illustration was published by the New Idea in 1904 when she was just 15 years of age-it accompanied a story written by her older sister, Anne Rattray Rentoul.
Anne died at Greenwich in London, nearly two years before her husband disappeared into the Tower of London with his older brother Edward V
It was directed in France by the Prince of Cellamare, the Spanish ambassador, with the complicity of the Duchess of Orléans ' older brother, the duc du Maine, and Anne Louise Bénédicte de Bourbon, the latter's wife.