He didn't stand in the elephant poo, he pretended
. He knew what was funny.
I resisted strongly and I defended myself for nearly three minutes but when I felt that he was about to overpower meEoACA* I made a noise and pretended
that I wanted to vomit," she claimed.
YOUNGSTERS at a Coventry school pretended
their teacher was an invading Spaniard and mounted a military charge as they learned about the Tudors.
I took the brush, pretended
to be the make-up artist, and started stabbing her.
The decision was made by patients and doctors and families in an irregular fashion, and, crucially, everyone pretended
that no decision had ever been made.
(J) told her that they were going to the dance, but (G)'s response was: "Well, I have to go grocery shopping." (J) and (K) pretended
to eat from the plates on the table; then the following occurred:
troops to Bosnia--even as he let it be known that he would not feel bound by congressional rejection--he pretended
to lead; Congress, voting with its feet, pretended
to exercise responsible oversight; and we, the people, our civic and moral consciousness dulled by the Cold War, pretended
to enjoy democracy.
Ross Perot is a self-made man who never pretended
to be anything else, but many of America's recently rich act as if they're ashamed of having succeeded on their own.
According to the police a citizen Jameel Mubarik lodged a complaint with the Karachi Company Police on January 13, stating that a person pretended
himself an employee of ISI and snatched Rs.
Linsey Cotton, 32, is said to have made up a dating profile and persona for a Stephanie Wilson or Johnstone and pretended
to Michael McDonough that they were in a relationship and she needed money.
I was in a bike shop negotiating which motorbike to buy" - former hostage Peter Moore on how he coped during his two-and-a-half-year ordeal.
Other charges allege McQuiston pretended
to Avon Park Homes, Glasgow, that permission had been granted for houses in Kilmarnock, and flats in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
Nearly all the children in the study, regardless of age, regularly pretended
to be real and imaginary characters.
In opening the trial of McKinney and Henderson, prosecutor Cal Rerucha confirmed the police analysis, insisting that the killers "pretended
to be gay because they thought he wouldn't resist a robbery." Court TV, which covered the entire trial, reported that prosecutors in the Shepard case "never characterized Shepard's slaying as a hate crime; they portrayed the killing as a robbery-gone-bad."
A WOMAN whose bank cards were stolen wasn't taken in when the thieves later telephoned and pretended
to be from a bank.