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happy-ever-after

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  • I write romance, and I strongly believe that the history of the period should accentuate, rather than detract, from the development of a hot, steamy love affair that ultimately results in a lasting happy-ever-after.

    Interview with Meredith Duran | Edwardian Promenade

  • Not only did Steven Glaudini and Daniel Thomas knock "Annie," a happy-ever-after story about those less fortunate, out of the park, their partnership with Long Beach Animal Care, which featured a walk-on role by a shelter dog, raised awareness of our four-legged friends as well.

    James Scarborough: "Annie," Musical Theatre West

  • To you this is an event from which "lessons could have been learned," and the key lesson seems to be one of how those gays just put the lie to the "happy-ever-after myth of civil partnerships" with all their partying and their causal sex.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • So, as you all know, I've never been one to stomach the happy-ever-after Ten 2 kiss videos.

    Vid Rec: Doctor/Rose to JE...with a REAL TEN kiss...trust me!

  • The romantic query letter and the happy-ever-after said ...

    NZ/Aus Authors: Erica Hayes - Shadowfae

  • McQueen loved to explore femininity and fashion in all its messy, contradictory glory; he was more interested in poking about in the dark corners of who we are and what we wear than in sketching make-believe dresses for happy-ever-after.

    Alexander McQueen collection shocks Paris fashion week with extreme beauty

  • Friday night saw an impressive voter turnout, divided nearly equally between the drastic (everybody dies), the happy (everybody is set free), and -- Friday's winner -- the mixed (everybody is freed, but the slave-lovers, Gomatz and Zaide, learn they are siblings, considerably diminishing their chances at a happy-ever-after).

    In performance: "Zaide" at Wolf Trap

  • Friday night saw an impressive voter turnout, divided nearly equally among the drastic (everybody dies), the happy (everybody is set free), and -- Friday's winner -- the mixed (everybody is freed, but the slave-lovers, Gomatz and Zaide, learn they are siblings, considerably diminishing their chances at a happy-ever-after).

    Anne Midgette revisits Wolf Trap's staging of Mozart's 'Zaide'

  • In addition to offering my own marriage as evidence (educational mismatch, happy-ever-after), I'd be happy to run responses from other readers.

    Ask Amy

  • What, he wonders, if the happy-ever-after world were to be threatened by a dead giant's vengeful wife, marital conflict and suddendeath?

    Into the Woods

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