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ELISEElectronic Library Image Service for Europe
ELISEElectron-Ion Scattering in a Storage Ring (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research)
ELISEEnabling Library Information Skills for Everyone
ELISEEuropean Network for the Exchange of Information on Local Initiatives for the Creation of Employment
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As if she only awaited this signal to discharge her shaft, Marguerite exclaimed, "Well, Elise, it is said you are in love." And she looked fixedly at Madame de Belliere, who blushed against her will.
"You always flatter me, Elise. In short, however you are reported to be incorruptible and unapproachable.
Fouquet?" Elise felt the allusion, and her blood seemed to congeal in her heart.
Elise was a timid little thing; but Henry was bold and high-spirited, like his father, and he had never been brought under, in the least, by any one.
"'You are mad, Elise!' he shouted, struggling to break away from her.
Doctors had previously told Elise she wouldn't be able to have any more children after she had to have surgery to her ovaries four years-ago.
Two years later, Elise is now a member of Halesowen Athletics Club training at Loughborough University and was selected to represent the West Midlands for one of the biggest under-18s athletics competition in the world.
Elise said: "We have visited some lovely locations across the country and always like to capture the moment by taking photos.
First love never dies, indeed-and this couldn't get any clearer than the enduring romance at the heart of 'Elise.'
In an interview held right after a special screening at WildSound Studios, "Elise" director Joel Ferrer is confident his ode to those who love and want to move on with their lives will resonate with a lot of people.
Christine, from Newcastle, said: "When Elise was diagnosed, I was devastated - I thought Elise's life was over before it had even started.
Elise and her brother, Robert Borzillo, director of operations and logistics, co-own the company started by their grandfather, Anthony Borzillo, an Italian immigrant who owned a bakery in Norristown.