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she and also
He was asking had it been she who left the love note in his sheets ( she also served as maid ) when he saw the Grafin followed by a stately blond girl approaching his table.
Although New Orleans was not to learn of it for a spell, she also was a sadist, a nymphomaniac and unobtrusively mad -- the perpetrator of some of the worst crimes against humanity ever committed on American soil.
Both these youths, who greatly admired Henrietta, were somewhat younger than she, as were also the neighboring Friedenwald boys, who were then studying medicine ; ;
As the Sandburg goat herd increased, she also designed the barn alterations to accommodate them.
The Indians who came aboard ship to collect the mail also interested her greatly, even if she was suitably shocked, according to the customs of the society in which she had been reared, to find them `` naked, except a piece of cotton cloth wrapped around their middle ''.
It had been whispered privately that she had smiled in the congregation, and the Governor Prence sent to knoe her business, and command, after punishment as the bench see fit, her departure and also anyone who brought her to the place from which she came ' ''.
We may further grant to those of her ( Poetry's ) defenders who are lovers of poetry and yet not poets, the permission to speak in prose on her behalf: let them show not only that she is pleasant but also useful to States and to human life, and we will listen in a kindly spirit ; ;
In addition to showing an Irish Setter throughout the year, she also scored with an Afghan.
She also builds one or two waxen cups which she fills with honey.
Somewhat to his surprise he found that one girl, whom he would never have considered for the job since she had appeared somewhat mousy and also had been in the office a relatively short time, did the most outstanding job of playing the role of receptionist, showing wit, sparkle, and aplomb.
And, much as she detested Hiram Harrington, she also did not accuse him.
Masu also uses the training she got in an American home where she learned to polish furniture, clean corners, and work effectively in keeping a shiny house.
It turned out that she also sold real estate, cosmetics, and hospital insurance.
He was also, if Pam North was right, a closer acquaintance of Lauren Payne's than she, now, was inclined to admit.
After the usual Honorable Sirs, it went on to say that there had been set off to the widow one full third part of the real estate of the deceased Salu Norberg, one lower room, on the Western side, privileges to the well and bake-oven and to one third of the cellar ( I can show you the cellar when we go up ), also one Cow Right, and lastly they set off to the widow her own land that she brought with her as dower, namely the Beech Pasture.
Her young British lawyer, James Dunlop, pleaded that she was sorely needed at her Portland home by her widowed mother, 80, her maiden aunt, also 80 and bedridden for 20 years, and her uncle, 76, who once ran a candy shop.
Since she also has considerable technical virtuosity and a feeling for music in the romantic tradition, Miss Xydis gave her listeners a good deal of pleasure.
There also came a brief contretemps with the sound mixers who made the mistake of being overheard during a quiet moment near the conclusion of `` Do It Again '', and she made the tart observation that `` I never saw so much moving about in an audience ''.
The defense counsel will then make a " plea in mitigation " ( also called " submissions on penalty ") wherein he or she will attempt to mitigate the relative seriousness of the offense and heavily refer to and rely upon the defendant's previous good character and good works ( if any ).

she and went
He watched the girl until she had gone into the trees, and waited until he couldn't hear the sound of her horse any longer, then went up to where the children were sleeping.
Here, she dropped the keys on a small table beside the door and went upstairs to her bedroom.
Then, with a shrug of pretended indifference, she took a compact from her purse and went through the motions of fixing her make-up.
But with her hand softly on his cheek for a last moment, she closed the door and he went back down the hall and into his bed excited, expectant, and finally faintly grinning with the feel of her hand against his mouth.
when he went home at night, he took her with him in his mind, and she did the things the anonymous Woman used to do, and he did the thing afterwards each time as he used to do.
He is said to have reported that once, when she went to a hospital to call on a friend after a serious operation, and the friend protested that it had been `` nothing '', she replied, `` Well, it was your healthy American peasant blood that pulled you through ''.
While she was settling the teacart, he went back across the hall to their bedroom, opened one of the suitcases, and took out powdered coffee and sugar.
Whenever she found time, she went blackberry picking with him, and they would come home together, mouths purple, arms and faces scratched, tired enough to forget grief for another day.
Then she went back to the wicker chair and resolutely adjusted her eyes to the glare on the water.
She went into the living room and turned on three lamps, then back into the kitchen where she turned on the ceiling light and the switch that lit the floods on the barn, illuminating the driveway.
Now there was no work in the fields, nor would there be till it rained, and she did not know where he went.
But she went on down the list.
Miss Ada had giggled, and she went sweeping and rustling to the couch and sank down.
but the letter went on: she had cried, she had implored, she had been miserable at his refusal, and finally he had relented -- and now how happy she was, how expectant!!
One woman -- she could have been either English or American -- went up to him and said, ' But you are the foreigners ' ''.
Eventually such incidents became more sporadic, and more sharply demarcated from her day-after-day behavior, and in one particular session, after several minutes of such behavior -- which, as usual, went on without any accompanying words from her -- she asked, eagerly, `` Did you see Granny ''??
It was only after we had responded, with what I fear were similar cliches, that she went into action by questioning our desire for friendship and understanding with a challenge about aggressive and warlike actions by the U.S. Government in Cuba and Laos.
`` Then she went to Deauville where she met a member of a powerful Greek syndicate of gamblers ''.

she and Washington
* Revised Code of Washington 9. 12. 010: " Every person who brings on his or her own behalf, or instigates, incites, or encourages another to bring, any false suit at law or in equity in any court of this state, with intent thereby to distress or harass a defendant in the suit, or who serves or sends any paper or document purporting to be or resembling a judicial process, that is not in fact a judicial process, is guilty of a misdemeanor ; and in case the person offending is an attorney, he or she may, in addition thereto be disbarred from practicing law within this state.
In the early 1990s, she worked as an associate at the Washington, D. C .- based law firm of Wilmer Cutler & Pickering where she did civil litigation for several years before becoming an Assistant U. S. Attorney.
By 1900 the demand for Beaux's work brought clients from Washington, D. C., to Boston, prompting the artist to move to New York City ; it was there she spent the winters, while summering at Green Alley, the home and studio she had built in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
A graduate of Mount Holyoke College ( then called Mount Holyoke Female Seminary ), she worked on a radical feminist publication named Alpha while living in Washington, D. C.
At that time, she was able to communicate somewhat with Martha Washington, the six-year-old daughter of the family cook, who understood her signs ; by the age of seven, she had over 60 home signs to communicate with her family.
After teaching at several universities, including Cornell, she became a full professor at the University of Washington.
During World War I, she promoted the sale of Liberty Bonds, through an exhausting series of fund-raising speeches that kicked off in Washington, D. C., where she sold bonds alongside Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Theda Bara, and Marie Dressler.
Also in 2000, she agreed to act as the artist and architect for the Confluence Project, a series of outdoor installations at historical points along the Columbia River and Snake River in the states of Washington and Oregon.
As Mitchell was about to graduate from the Washington Seminary in 1918, she met and fell in love with another Harvard student, a young army lieutenant, Clifford West Henry, who was chief bayonet instructor at Camp Gordon from May 10 until the time he set sail for France on July 17.
Margaret began using the name " Peggy " at Washington Seminary, and the abbreviated form " Peg " at Smith College when she found an icon for herself in the mythological winged horse, " Pegasus ", that inspires poets.
In 2007, she attended the national funeral service for Gerald Ford in the Washington National Cathedral.
Biden was elected Vice President of the United States in 2008 ; on 18 January 2009 Glenys Kinnock revealed on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show that she and Neil Kinnock had received a personal invitation from Biden to attend the inauguration of Barack Obama and Biden on 20 January 2009 at the United States Capitol in Washington.
In 1900, she co-founded the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC.
When Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo conferred episcopal ordination on four men in Washington on September 24, 2006, the Holy See's Press Office declared that " the Church does not recognize and does not intend in the future to recognize these ordinations or any ordinations derived from them, and she holds that the canonical state of the four alleged bishops is the same as it was prior to the ordination.
" But the next day, Willkie had Cowles tell Madame she could not travel to Washington with him after all.
The 1875 New York State census listing for her ( living in Kingsbury / Sandy Hill in Washington County, New York ) indicates that she was a widow.
She and Marshall had been unable to have children, and when she brought the baby home, Marshall told her that she could " keep him, provided he did not squall ..." Marshall grew to love the boy and wrote that he " never walked the streets of Washington with as sure a certainty as he walked into my heart ", and, as the boy grew older, that he was " beautiful as an angel ; brilliant beyond his years ; lovable from every standpoint.
Washington met Davidson as a teacher at Tuskegee, where she was promoted to assistant principal there.
They had two sons, Booker T. Washington Jr. and Ernest Davidson Washington, before she died in 1889.

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