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When Linda Kay had put up her breakfast dishes and mopped her linoleum rugs, she would go to the Big House.
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When Bobbie Evans smashed up his car, the Jaguar his wife Linda had given him for his last birthday, and himself quite thoroughly with it, driving back from an afternoon's golf at Oakmont, it seemed to mark the end of a long, miswritten chapter in the social life of the community.
When Linda Evangelista mentioned to Vogue that " we don ’ t wake up for less than $ 10, 000 a day ", she may have been playfully pretending the role of an up-scale union representative, but the 1990 comment became the most notorious quote in modeling history.
" Others who charted with Sam & Dave songs include ZZ Top -" I Thank You ," The Fabulous Thunderbirds -" Wrap It Up ," James & Bobby Purify -" I Take What I Want ," Linda Ronstadt featuring Aaron Neville -" When Something is Wrong with my Baby ," Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown -" Hold On, I'm Comin '," and Lydia Pense & Cold Blood -" I Take What I Want.
When World War II breaks out, Fabrice persuades Linda to return to England alone, for he has work to do in the French Resistance.
They include mountain climbers ( Heidi Howkins, class of 1989, the only woman to lead expeditions to both Everest and K-2 ), authors ( such as Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, class of 1914, pen name Carolyn Keene ), astronomers ( including Annie Jump Cannon, class of 1884, who developed the well-known Harvard Classification of stars based upon temperature ), screenwriters, ( including Nora Ephron, class of 1962, famous for such films as When Harry Met Sally and Sleepless in Seattle ), journalists ( Linda Wertheimer, class of 1965, Lynn Sherr, class of 1963, Diane Sawyer, class of 1967, and Cokie Roberts, class of 1964, being a few notable examples ), entrepreneurs ( including Robin Chase, class of 1980, the co-founder of ZipCar ), mathematicians ( Winifred Edgerton Merrill, class of 1883, was the first woman to ever receive a PhD in mathematics ), judges ( including Jane Bolin, class of 1928, the first African-American woman to become a judge, and current federal appeals judges Reena Raggi, Amalya Kearse, and Susan P. Graber ).
When the river boat returns, it brings Donald Nordley ( Donald Sinden ) and his wife Linda ( Grace Kelly ).
When asked by Joan Allen ( impersonating NASA flight director Linda Ham ) about his death, Will Ferrell as Caray replied, " What's your point?
When Hare Krishna devotees, who were distributing food to starving people in Monrovia in the midst of the chaos of the civil war, sent him a letter begging him to stop killing people, he personally orchestrated the murder of Hladini devi dasi -- born Linda Jury -- and five of her students on the bank of the Saint Paul River on the night of Thursday, 13 September 1990.
When I discovered Linda had the syndrome it was an opportunity to make some progress in the treatment of the condition because so little has been made.
When Catherine Chandler ( played by Linda Hamilton ) is abducted, beaten, and slashed and left to die in Central Park upon being mistaken for Carol Stabler, she is rescued and cared for by Vincent ( played by Ron Perlman ) who has taken her to Father ( played by Roy Dotrice ), head of a hidden community of people dwelling in tunnels below the city of New York.
When the series returned for its abbreviated third season late in 1989, Linda Hamilton had announced her decision to leave the series as she was pregnant at the time.
When extra instrumentation was needed, a pair of otherwise silent puppet cats — Angie and Fiddle, the Jazz Cats — joined in ( puppeteered by Gustáv Hársfai ( Sr ) and Linda Keogh ( Jr ).
When Stacy tells Linda about Damone blowing her off, Linda flies into a rage and spray paints obscenities on Damone's car and school locker.
When released early for good behaviour, he is still dependent on anti-depressants, and he turns away from Linda.
When Cathy reveals she is pregnant with Don's baby and that he will be having a vasectomy, Jill realises her chances of securing him permanently are running out, so with Linda she tries to obtain a semen sample from Don prior to surgery.
* When Harry Met Sally ... featuring Kurt Angle and Christy Hemme playing the roles of Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, with Linda McMahon making a cameo appearance.
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Owain appears as a minor character in novels of Sharon Kay Penman concerning Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine (" When Christ and His Saints Slept " and " Time and Chance "), books which have more of an historical quality than those of Peters.
When Christopher Tolkien needed an assistant to edit his father J. R. R. Tolkien's unpublished work, he chose Kay, then a student at the University of Manitoba, whose parents were friends of Baillie Tolkien's parents.
When she was in the 9th grade, she was sent to live with her mother's younger sister, Kay Beall, in Mexia, Texas.
* William Marshal also appears as a supporting character in Thomas B. Costain's out of print novel Below the Salt, and Sharon Kay Penman's novels Time and Chance and Devil's Brood, as well as a minor appearance in Penman's When Christ and His Saints Slept, illustrating the story about young William's time as King Stephen's hostage and John Marshal's defiance.
It is also described in detail by Sharon Kay Penman in the historical novel When Christ and His Saints Slept ( 1994 ).
When working woman Kay Norris makes the acquaintance of a handsome and friendly young man who lives in the same " sliver " building, she does not know at first that he is the owner.
Shortly after making this film, Scott portrayed Wyatt Earp in Frontier Marshal ( 1939 ) and, for Universal, starred with Kay Francis in When the Daltons Rode ( 1940 ).
When she left Paramount, her initial studio, for Warner Brothers ( along with Kay Francis and William Powell ), it was noted that the brothers Warner needed an infusion of " class ".
When Microsoft came up with its tablet PC, Kay was quoted as saying " Microsoft's Tablet PC, the first Dynabook-like computer good enough to criticize ," a comment he had earlier applied to the Apple Macintosh.
When the The Jonathan Ross Show was on BBC1, Kay appeared where he announced he would remake the film series Die Hard in Manchester, renamed ' Die Well ' Ard '.
When Bob was done with his military service, Kay hired all four of them to sing on the soundtrack to Good News ( 1947 ).
When Brown left the group to join his wife Ella Fitzgerald's band, Heath joined and the group was officially begun in 1952, with Connie Kay replacing Clarke soon afterward.
* When Joseph McCarthy, during the 1952 presidential campaign, threatened to imply that Adlai E. Stevenson was homosexual, the White House " let it be known that if McCarthy attacked Stevenson ..., they would leak General Marshall's 1945 letter to Eisenhower harshly critical of Ike's plans to divorce Mamie and marry Kay Summersby.
When ESPN Radio began leasing ( and later purchasing ) WEVD radio in 2002, Kay was chosen to host a daily radio show on the newly-rechristened " 1050 ESPN Radio.
When WCBS acquired the radio rights to the Yankees broadcasts in 2002, Kay moved to the debuting YES Network on television and Sterling remained on the radio.
When Jake was killed off in 2002, Molly again became adrift, and Kay left the show in early 2004 after a number of promised storylines never appeared.
When Jack and Kay Chambers leave their city apartment for an exclusive housing estate, they hope to save their ailing marriage.
When Kay told Rees about the money, he went to see Agar who, at the time, was in a prison hulk at Portland.
When only Moyles was away, Vernon Kay or Sara Cox would present in his place, and stay with the usual format of the show.
When a hysterical Connie accuses Michael of orchestrating a wave of murders — including that of her husband, Carlo Rizzi ( Gianni Russo ) — Kay asks Michael if his sister is telling the truth.