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willowy

wi luh wee

  • s  slender and graceful

  • Though willowy and beautiful, Bobbie Arnstein was one woman who had made it on brains in the sexist hierarchy of Hugh Hefner's Playboy empire.
  • In the summer of 1964, a willowy but pregnant 20-year-old singer named Joan Anderson arrived in Toronto from her native province of Saskatchewan to face a painful decision .
  • But in 2005, the weekly magazine Paris Match published a photograph of Ccilia, a willowy former model, strolling through Manhattan with Attias, for whom she had reportedly left .
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  • Michael Chertoff in FOXNews
    She broke the mold of what a lady golfer was supposed to be, said journalist Charles McGrath of the New York Times. The idol in the '20s and '30s was Joyce Wethered, a willowy Englishwoman with a picture-book swing that produced elegant shots but... Babe Zaharias http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babe_Zaharias&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHcebcghu4dN8ERa6hQ2ISUxUo_Yw Morgan Messenger http://www.google.com/url?q=http://74.95.82.237:591/mmonline/FMPro%3F-db%3Dmmonline.fp5%26-format%3Drecord_detail.html%26-lay%3Dallfields%26lay%3Dallfields%26Category%3DSports%26ArticleStatus%3DCurrent%26-max%3D20%26-recid%3D12586281%26-find%3D&source=dic Jun 19, 2008 110382 144956 willpower That's not something the federal government can make people do," said Chertoff. "We can put the tools on the table, but the training and the willpower to use the tools has to rest with state and local officials."

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