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|To which Elizabeth replied, "I had to giggle at your request for my wedding date |
— which one? Instead, I'll give my birth date, ... —ELLIOT ERWITT Girls usually
have a papier-mache- face on their wedding day. —COLETTE When the Godiva
|cover the papier-mache box. Wrap leNard-facing duct tape around the box, so |
the adhesive side faces out. Affix Equ/setum to duct tape. 10m Equisetum in
pieces long enough t rap wired vines around the box for a binding. With dabs of
|I really didn't have a lot to do with that one, aside from trashing a dress I had in |
my costume collection by attaching it ... and forth under a barb-wire fence and
falling asleep watching Christian practice face make-up, but it was a lot of fun. ...
that was big enough to fit Kirstin wearing my old wedding gown and carry her
onto the stage to make her appearance. ... Two by fours, chicken wire and paper
|In 1955 a girl of 3 walked the family buffalo to and from the pond and bathed it |
every day. ... in the morning their faces must be washed, and every time young
children come in from playing they are dirty and have to be washed. ...
Handicrafts During both field trips women spent much of their leisure time making
a variety of items for themselves or for wedding gifts. ... They also made papier-
mache bowls, sitting mats with bright designs of close-cut knotted hemp or cotton,
and some toys.
|If she does not like the terms, she must look elsewhere for work/' 11 1 s'pose |
there are people who would have been ... perhaps, given her a little something
out of their own pockets," observed the old man, watching the face of Mr. J imps
with a very ... "I say, Dimmie," he remarked, seeing that gentleman pans: and turn
his back- to the storm to get breath, " that little girl ... half so pretty sent io ;" and,
running into the opposite parlor, she returned with a beautiful papier mache work
|Coming of Age I 73 matter of keeping up one's face: Greer would have us toss |
our estrogens, liposome creams, and retin-A and ... would have us keep the
vagina in practice by occasionally inserting a greased banana — "and there are
papier-mache ... Even deeper prejudices await aging women, who are usually
portrayed, as on Golden Girls, as subsisting on a ... This is not a phase that ends
in marriage or a Nobel prize or promotion to branch manager (though all those
things may ...
|Transformation little boy turns his awful face sharply to the right (and I see him) |
and I'll believe to the very last day of my life ... old widows at midnight, in the light
of a full and ghastly moon, so that they can think their dead husbands have
arrived. ... that child ain't nothing but knee-high to a grasshopper, more fit to be
rolled up for a Tom Thumb wedding, or a ringbearer, ... with confidence and
straight for the paper-mache head of LBJ, just like an experienced traveller (in a
no-man's coun- ...
|You take war away from human beings, you have to surrogate them with projects |
that haven't been thought up yet. Workers at weapons factories could keep their
jobs making missiles but out of papier-mache, and install them in the landscape
for ... I married my second-best girl. I like her. ... You better start regretting our
marriage now so you won't regret everything when you're old, and it's too late. ...
She has an expression on her face like she's appreciating whomever she's
|These children celebrate their saint's day, as well as their own birthday. ... At |
some, children take turns using sticks to hit a piitata, a brightly decorated pot or
papier-mache figure. ... de orejas, or the "pulling of the ears," party guests pull the
ears of the birthday girl or boy, the cumpleanera or cumpleanero. ... The Spanish
have many other special wedding traditions. For example, the bride puts a
straight pin through the jacket of each unmarried man, with the head of the pin
|the actress's death, the stipulations in her will continue her hold on the girl. Some |
critics ... The usually knowing George Abbott struck out with his production of Mrs.
Bernie Angus's Angel Island (10-20-37, National). ... Most have gone bust in the
Crash and are pleased to learn there may be buried treasure on the island. ... Of
course, the gods' bodies were papier-mache, but the smiling, chattering faces
protruding from holes in the curtain belonged to Alfred Lunt and Richard Whorf.