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  • They called her Haughty Harry amongst themselves, and when she had heard about it, FR1; TEMPESTUOUS APRIL 7 she had laughed with everybody else, but a little wistfully, because she knew that with the right man she wouldn't be in the least haughty.

    Politics 101

  • ¶ Now the Queen of Sweden, whom men called the Haughty, was at that time living at one or other of her manors, and betwixt King Olaf and her fared there that winter emissaries who sought her hand in the name of the King.

    The Sagas of Olaf Tryggvason and of Harald The Tyrant (Harald Haardraade)

  • Yes, the Haughty Bitches are the best the blonde one in your post resembles Isobel Campbell a bit.

    KN | Kitsune Noir » Carolyn Alexander

  • "How did you know about Haughty Harry?" she demanded.

    Politics 101

  • Exploring her portfolio provides the opportunity to not only giggle at her très drôle Haughty Bitches series, but also to brush up on French verbs by studying her black and white typographical series, which is aptly titled Ne Parle Pas Francais.

    KN | Kitsune Noir » Carolyn Alexander

  • Haughty because of his noble birth William of Arques built the stronghold of Arques on top of that hill, and assuming arbitrary power, and secure in royal support, he dared to instigate a rebellion against the duke.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » The Battles of Saint Aubin (1053) and Mortemer (1054)

  • Haughty especially when he wants something and he WANTS her, he pursues her with due diligence, but has no idea she reciprocates though she loathes the idea of loving an arrogant aristocrat.

    Surrender to the Devil-Lorraine Heath « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • At the bottom my mother had written: Haughty, disobedient to parents, unthankful, disloyal, having no natural affection, not open to any agreement, slanderers, without self-control says 2 Timothy 3:15!!

    I'm Perfect, You're Doomed

  • Acting on an anonymous tip about the authenticity of the Mona Lisa, Dipthong and his crew, under the guidance of the directors of the Sorbonne (where Dr. Dipthong is a Professor Emeritus and a master of the Haughty Accent) and the conservators of the Louvre museum, subjected the fragile painting to a number of deep x-ray and cold laser examinations.

    Saley-poo!

  • Haughty confidence once came naturally to Japan's mandarins of finance, but no longer.

    For Riches, Go South

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