I rather miss my wild girl, but if I get a strong, helpful, tenderhearted
woman in her place, I shall feel quite satisfied.
Elton was certainly cheering; but still, after a time, she was tenderhearted
again towards the rejected Mr.
Even their mother missed them; and how much more their tenderhearted
cousin, who wandered about the house, and thought of them, and felt for them, with a degree of affectionate regret which they had never done much to deserve!
I am tenderhearted
by nature, and have found my eyes moist many a time over the scream of a wounded hare.
com)-- Dog Ear Publishing is pleased to release a new illustrated children's book that tells the story of a tenderhearted
boy and a good-natured dog who must overcome unique challenges when the dog is suddenly struck with an illness that could leave him paralyzed.
Along the way, she is given as a tribute to Xanthus, a strangely tenderhearted
gladiator who is the Champion of Rome, who hides a dark secret.
Many of these songs show Newman's particular gift for writing in different voices, from misanthropes ("Suzanne") to the tenderhearted
("Feels Like Home").
I'm an urban person, whose Osage father was too tenderhearted
to hunt, but I have friends who hunt for food, and I eat meat.
Thirteen-year-old Pip is plucked out of an orphanage by a farmer and his tenderhearted
but bedbound wife Lilybelle.
Throughout the narrative, there is the ever-increasing sense that all families--like all systems--are ultimately trending towards chaos, yet Wilson's story is infused with a tenderhearted
She explained: "Jeremy seems to be steady, strong and a true leader, whereas Jinger loves someone else leading and is tenderhearted
and more of a softy.
There's not a single weak link in the 12-strong cast, from Marsh to those manipulating the inventive puppets that share the stage with the actors, via Giles King's wild-eyed bent copper Lockit, Beverley Rudd as his tough Goth daughter Lucy, and Jack Shalloo as the tenderhearted