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1 Children must learn to behave more gallantly than they feel," says "Miss Manners" columnist and author Judith Martin.
2 Judith is considered a pioneer and leading world authority on Restorative Yoga and I felt its the perfect book to share with you.
3 I AM not a 'steady as it goes' sort of person," says Judith Rodin, with admirable self-awareness.
4 the conference in central London, Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas, ISC chairman, insisted that independent schools educated a broad range of children and handed out a large number of free places.
5 short term, it can energize us, "revving up our systems to handle what we have to handle," says Judith Orloff, a psychiatrist at UCLA.
6 Take Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times. She testified that Mr Libby told her about Ms Plame two days before Mr Libby talked to Mr Russert of NBC.
7 Shakespeare was born and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon. At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathaway, with whom he had three children: Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith.
8 Judith was among the Keepers of the Peace, the strong arms of Takhisis in the Abyssal Planes.
9 I climbed in the back next to Judith and Leila, and away we went. I HAD my pants on now, which further improved my state of mind.
10 Then, seeing lights, I planned how I might open the door and push Judith and Leila out if we slowed down near people.
11 The computer book industry is poised for growth "by Judith Rosen — Publishers Weekly, February 23, 2004."
12 Aunt Judith was the sort of woman who always looked vaguely flustered; she had a thin,mild face and light flyaway hair pushed back untidily.
13 So many people are not clear communicators, said Judith Kallos, creator of NetManners.com, a site dedicated to online etiquette, and author of Because Netiquette Matters.
14 His only son, Hamnet (the name was relatively common), died at the age of 11, but his sister Judith lived to be 77.
15 Experiments conducted by psychologist Judith J. Langlois showed that even small infants prefer to look at attractive faces.
16 Everett Waters, Judith Wippman and Alan Sroufe found securely attached children had sympathy toward their peers by the time they were three and a half years old.
17 In the case of my best friend, Judith, it is particularly extreme because she is a columnist, like me.
18 How did I decide that Judith was going to be my friend?
19 Judith Lichtenberg is professor of philosophy at Georgetown University.
20 ONE day Judith Haller was watching television and saw that Martha Stewart had chickens.
21 Luckily, my friend Judith agrees with this, wholeheartedly.
22 Judith Staerk: you erase the memory of the blood cell, and you bring it back to a state where there is no memory. You can tell that cell to become skin again, or a neuron, or a blood cell.
23 kitchen, four-year-old Margaret was eating cereal at the kitchen table, and Aunt Judith was burning something on the stove.
24 Just then Aunt Judith let a suitcase crash down on the floor behind me and sighed a huge sigh and.
25 Judith Bardwick, a sociologist, says "Real confidence comes from knowing and accepting yourself - your strengths and limitations - in contrast to depending on affirmation from others."
26 Judith told everyone who called that I had jet lag and was sleeping, but she watched me at dinner.
27 Judith Rich Harris, an independent researcher and textbook author, published the Nurture Assumption: Why Children Turn Out the Way They Do.
28 In the PSA, I stand alongside a cancer survivor, Molly Lewis, and oncology nurse, Linda Person, a patient advocate, Judith Opdahl, and Dr. Peter Jones, an SU2C Dream Team cancer researcher.
29 Top-ranked German cyclist Judith Arndt is most famous for a photo of her flipping the bird at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens as she crossed the finish line to earn a silver medal.
30 Judith Bryant, the director of the Dairy Council and anutritionist, points out that were breast milk for sale, it would fallfoul of the ban. It is too high in fat and sugar.