adventuress


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a woman adventurer

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The back cover description reads: "The two find themselves on a picaresque path that leads them through Spain, France, Italy and beyond; their adventures weaving them deeper and deeper into a web of jealous passion, intrigue, betrayal, and finally, murder.
Ittle Dew by Ludosity AB: Adventuress Ittle Dew and her sidekick, Tippsie, crash onto a strange island filled with loot and mysterious inhabitants.
FEMALE: An adventuress rather than a romantic, she is happiest when lost in the throes of sexual abandon.
But now this 34-year-old adventuress is sailing into the sun again eager to smash so many records she could end up as famous as Nelson.
As Vic arrives closer to the truth she finds her own life coming full circle from that of a couch potato to an adventuress and back to a place that confronts fears, embraces courage, and ultimately leads to love: "In his dark eyes I saw surrender and a vulnerability that made my heart ache with love.
The hospital, where Marie Curie operated early X-ray machines, was run by Lilian Doughty-Wylie, wife of "Dick" Doughty-Wylie, a dashing lieutenant colonel in The Royal Welch Fusiliers, who was shot dead by a sniper at Gallipoli in 1915 at a time when he was having an affair with English writer, adventuress, archaeologist and spy Gertrude Bell.
Vowing to go beyond the hour in their daily lives alongside Spiderman are Earth Hour UAE Ambassadors Shaikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Emirati adventuress Samia Al Mudhareb, Virgin Radio DJ Kris Fade, show jumper Abdulla Al Marri, Olympian Samira Al Bitar, youth ambassador George Zacharia and DJ Bliss.
And unlike Isabel's nemesis, Madame Merle, Georgina does not pursue a career for which she appears well suited, that of expatriate adventuress.
Founded on the principle of providing active women with a simplified routine, Adventuress introduces a new skin care collection that is specially formulated to combat nature's elements.
For a start, our nation has a mistrust of that "abdication" word - it stirs old memories of the feeble Edward VIII who ducked kingship to marry the twice-divorced Wallis Simpson, seen then as a manipulative and gold-digging adventuress.
Louise Rourke, an adventuress on her way North in 1924 described the indelible impression Lac La Biche left with her:
Adventuress won well over this distance this month.
However, simply put, she was an adventuress and gold-digger.
I See a Dark Stranger [released as The Adventuress in the US].