The little lady was stretching out both her arms, for she was a Dancer, and was lifting up one leg so high in the air that the Tin-soldier couldn't find it anywhere, and thought that she, too, had only one leg.
Ah, if only the little lady were sitting beside me in the boat, it might be twice as dark for all I should care!'
He looked at the little lady, she looked at him, and he felt that he was melting; but he remained steadfast, with his gun at his shoulder.
She was the little Lady
Elizabeth Fitz-Gerald, whose father had died a broken-hearted prisoner in the Tower.
Stepping back and looking up, she beheld the little lady smiling down from a sleeping-porch.
Here the little lady greeted them and led them into what Saxon knew at once was her room.
The dancing-dogs, the stilts, the little lady
and the tall man, and all the other attractions, with organs out of number and bands innumerable, emerged from the holes and corners in which they had passed the night, and flourished boldly in the sun.
"You might as well believe it of the little lady
. Bless her," she added the next moment--"LOOK at her!"
I wondered as I preceded him downstairs what had happened to the little lady
in the tea-shop.
Tom watched the little lady
a great deal, before he ventured on any overtures towards acquaintanceship.
"But I hope your lordship is orthodox," said the little lady
with a toss of her head.
The little lady
is looking for a home due to no fault of her own.
Why should not the little lady
have her little ironing-box, and undertake the ironing of the pocket-handkerchiefs?
Make it a cool summer for the little lady
in your life in these stylish designs, writes EMMA JOHNSON Above: Hot holiday evenings are made for miniature maxi dresses, just like mum's.
The little lady
who donated her bingo winnings of the night, people who gave up their weekends to shake buckets in Central Station, and even some Norwegians who donated thousands after finding the cause on an online forum.