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BELLESBeyond Endorsed Lipid Lowering with EBCT (Electron Beam Computer Tomography) Scanning
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Looking at them, it was hard to believe that they were the hands of the woman who had once been the belle of Island McGill.
It's for Belle, of course, George always sends her some, but these are altogether ravishing," cried Annie, with a great sniff.
All this surprised and flattered her, though she did not understand it till Miss Belle looked up from her writing, and said, with a sentimental air.
George Willard went one evening to walk with Belle Carpenter, a trimmer of women's hats who worked in a millinery shop kept by Mrs.
It is because I saw you kissing the lips of that Belle Carpenter that I tell you my story," he said.
George, a lanky boy of fourteen, did chores on neighboring farms, and the others, Samuel, Clara Belle, Susan, Elijah, and Elisha, went to school, when sufficiently clothed and not otherwise more pleasantly engaged.
Clara Belle, Susan, and the twins were running along the path, and Minnie was dancing up and down, shrieking:--
What flippant Frenchman was it who said in allusion to the well-known work of Zimmerman, that, "la solitude est une belle chose; mais il faut quelqu'un pour vous dire que la solitude est une belle chose?
But this holds not always: for Augustus Caesar, Titus Vespasianus, Philip le Belle of France, Edward the Fourth of England, Alcibiades of Athens, Ismael the Sophy of Persia, were all high and great spirits; and yet the most beautiful men of their times.
What did surprise him was that during these last two years his wife had succeeded in gaining the reputation "d' une femme charmante, aussi spirituelle que belle.
The younger girls walked up and down the court, arm in arm, eating bread an butter; others stayed in the school-room to read and gossip; but Belle, Trix, and Fanny went to lunch at a fashionable ice-cream saloon near by, and Polly meekly followed, not daring to hint at the ginger-bread grandma had put in her pocket for luncheon.
When I came off the galley at Hythe, this very day, I down on my bones, and I kissed the good brown earth, as I kiss thee now, ma belle, for it was eight long years since I had seen it.