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My son is bored; he can't go out, except to visitfriends in their shelters, where it's boring.
Dear Prudence, An old and trustedfriend, "Jane," who lives in Los Angeles and works in television suggested I send her the manuscript of a novel I wrote because she had a friend who knows an agent who was looking for works by women about women.
He losesfriends, job, possessions, dignity: "The sadistic machine simply rolls over us."
On Sunday evenings Mexican families take to the streets to meetfriends and family, dance, and generally have a good time.
He invitedfriends and supporters and others.
However, my track record isn't great: The last two lasted six and eight months, respectively (though I have remainedfriends with both women).
My brother broughtfriends of his to a brunch I gave recently.
She's been transformed into a prototypical lovesick teen (even if she's in her 20s), a vulnerable ingénue, a slightly clueless betrayedfriend and, most recently, a deranged hussy.
Unfortunately, he didn't know very much about choosingfriends capable of a commitment to the person he could become, rather than the man he had been.)
A piece inside the Times braces with the reminder that a full blown Senate trial could scorch plenty of earth, stating that President Clinton's legal team is prepared to callfriends of Monica Lewinsky to testify that she frequently exaggerated the details of her trysts with Clinton.
Another front-page piece chronicles Microsoft's belated efforts to winfriends in Washington.
At times they play as a simple two piece, and at others they askfriends to join them.
And Jesus went with them, but when he was not far from the house, the centurion sentfriends to say to him, "Lord, do not trouble yourself, for I am not worthy to have you come under my roof; therefore I did not presume to come to you.
These Committees and other volunteer groups do the "hard yards" in terms of organising events and networking to createfriends among the School's parents and guardians.
With the help of an English-speakingfriend, he examined the columns of the Advertisser and quickly found the ideal bachelor pad--a house in Pale-Male--which he moved into at once, making sure that the Auskeper would take on a French-speaking maidservant.
” Discussion with my gun-lovingfriends supports Funk's penultimate etymology.
For instance, mice immunized with attenuatedFriend leukemia virus (FLV) develop an immune response whose efficacy is dependent on the additive effects of at least three separable spleen cell populations [ 33 ] .
And so the supposedfriends of poor workers abroad are no friends at all.
Great service, exciting products and loyal customers who generate a large percentage of our business by referringfriends and neighbours to us.
- - Geoffrey Feldman Friends Don't LetFriends Tape Conversations I'd like to ask Jacob Weisberg to explain the astonishing remark in his Jan. 26 "Dispatch" that Linda Tripp's bugging of Monica Lewinsky "is among the worst personal betrayals I can imagine--much worse, in moral if not in legal terms, than anything Clinton is accused of doing."
Stooped and vacant-eyed, shuffling around in pajamas, the aged artist couldn't identifyfriends or participate in conversation.
Now, zealous prosecutors in search of big game use even pettier crimes to indictfriends of the true target, coercing testimony with the threat of legal action.
This may come about as a result of depositing material, subscribing to the Events Calendar, Newsreel or the Press Release service, joiningFriends of the Film Archive or donating to The Rosier Fund.
We offer Subscription Membership, which is designed to keepfriends of the Choir informed of our activities, and to enable them to enjoy the music and entertainment without becoming fully participating singing members.
I think of my late lamentedfriend Boris Shub, son of the Menshevik historian David Shub, who had set up RIAS (the radio station in the American sector) in Berlin in 1945, a major cold war propaganda asset.
In a special section on President Clinton's visit to China, the South China Morning Post of Hong Kong reported from Beijing that "the trip has leftfriends of the U.S. feeling sore and [has] caused friction in China's diplomatic relations."
With The Lounge it is generally an issue with self-esteem or clarifying answers, while Pacific listeners would hear of troubles in locatingfriends or lost details.
"Just run in" I heared him mutter as he helped his rather green lookingfriend into his PowerRod van.
63% used the internet mainly for e-mailingfriends, family or work.
President Clinton's 24-page written affirmation to the House Judiciary Committee that he did not lie--though he misledfriends and family and is sorry as usual--leads at all papers.
To partfriends and separate relatives is called mischievousness.
With this information you will really have an unfair advantage over your other guitar-playingfriends.
The proposedfriend Mr K had his own personal experience of the Family Court and was critical of its process and officers of the Court.
You can also providefriends similar aliases at your domain and point it to their ISP.
For the IUPUI University Libraries to have collections, access, and services which meet your expectations requiresfriends and partners both inside the University and throughout the community, state and nation.
The supermarket tabloids have run riot with speculation, but family friendscall the Ramseys gentle and devoted parents.
"He's a friend and I like him, and when a friendasks for help, you give him help," says Peter Flanigan, who worked with Alexander in the Nixon White House and gave CNAC $5,000.
Eventually, and only because he is pressed as his friendkeeps pounding on the door, he finally responds and provides what is needed.
Since Boris was too polite to correct the Tennessean, and others who knew better found the mistake too amusing to rectify, that one American friend called Boris good ol' Charley Apin as long as the friendlived.
In any case, since your brother-in-law's nearest and dearest want to keep Miss Congeniality away from holiday gatherings, Prudie suggests you and your coterie of concerned friendsdecide on a designated yenta (which is how it may be perceived) and that person must tell him flat out that people who care about him do not like the way he is being treated, and they see dark days ahead.
These establishments are at the centre of the country’s social life: where workers take an early morning drink and businessmen negotiate; where old men play cards and friendsmeet to watch the world go by from shaded pavement tables.
(Later, after the 1972 campaign, some of my Democratic friendsthought that my speeches had been too political.
In any case, most of these friendsremain in the software business.
A circle of family and friendslooks on as an "initiate" lying on the ground has her clitoris removed with a razor blade.
During 1989, more than 1,300 alumni and friendsresponded to an appeal to fund G. Kent Frandsen Memorial Scholarships.
In Dragonball Z Battle Boardgame, you and your friendsplay your favorite heroes and villains battling to control the seven Dragon Balls!
They buy what their friendsbuy or (more likely) what their kids' friends buy.
Jane reported to me that her friendloved the book.
Think of that hilarious scene when one of Harry's school friendstries to call him on the telephone and keeps shouting--he can't believe his message is getting through.
Lesbians and their friendswelcome.
Any IDE Port in a Storm After some chin scratching my friendsuggested we look into my BIOS setting.
3) The insignia "TSG" that appeared on the baseball cap Lewinsky was wearing in most Sunday newspaper pictures of her stands for The Shooting Gallery, an independent film company one of her friendsworks for.
Do people often say, "My friendbelieves in the intrinsic inferiority of the lower orders, but he's a really fun guy"?
The Friendsrun a bookstore that has some of the best bargains in the city for new and used books.
It is friendsgathering to help one another out.
The results of the present study suggest that family and friendsprovided the most important and effective sources of support to victims of crime.
At a party to send off the piece-- Salmon Woman and Raven --a friendoffered this toast: "No tears, Tim, we've still got the Ty-D-Bol."
One reader has responded and said that the name made them think of an enthusiastic friendlanding a kiss (ie.
Just after she was hired, my friendattended a retreat of SEIU organizers and rank-and-filers.
In early 1994 four friendsjoined forces to form the Kanuka-Wairewa Partnership and purchase a 13 hectare block of land near Little River on Banks Peninsula.
He was surprised when his friendsarrived.
How can the United States and its friendshelp moderate Muslims combat the extremist ideas?
Though the star had become a recluse, refusing to see his friendsfollowing the death of his wife, Gloria, he did keep up a telephone relationship with the Enquirer .
My friendinsisted that he would.
My friendsbrought other friends, family and groups, a seed was planted.
But a set of memoirs by Plath's friendsappeared in the early '70s arguing that Hughes' infidelity and cruelty drove Plath to suicide.
On nice afternoons, friendsdrop in on their bicycles to say hello and examine the goods.
With the cost of providing quality and diversity always on the rise, the financial generosity of alumni and friendscontinues to allow important, nationally recognized, projects to move forward.
They will not try to tell you that the Lincoln Bedroom sleepovers were really about old friendsdying of cancer.
325: "Wrapped Attention" In a TV commercial running in Houston, friendscover a Diane Keaton look-alike in bubble wrap then roll her down a hill and through a sprinkler.