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Summary: PARIS: Supermodel-turned singer-turned-first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is making her acting debut in the shadow of Notre Dame cathedral for Woody Allen's new film, "Midnight in Paris." In the cordoned-off Jean XXIII Square, Allen gave instructions and Bruni-Sarkozy jotted
in a notebook, while dozens of onlookers tried to get a glimpse of the action
Whether it was from a trusted local newspaper, a national tabloid or a website, I jotted
the name down just to get a measure of the speculation surrounding St Andrew's.
FOR those who like their dance music, a trip to the White Lion in Newmarket on Saturday night for the 'Mid Summer Get Together' should be jotted
down in the diary.
Schulz often jotted
down ideas for the strip during classical concerts.
Quoting liberally from the diaries and journals Robbins kept all of his life--full of his plans for self-improvement, his dreams (jotted
down upon waking), and his fears--Vaill locates a sort of Rosebud motif in a song from West Side Story, "Somewhere," which yearns for a place of peace and love.
During a drink with me and my wife at a bar after the play, Pinter pulled out a Ritz-Carlton notepad and jotted
a congratulatory message to the cast "in case they didn't understand my enthusiasm when we went backstage--I wish Edward Albee could see this!" That was the night's lone note, foolishly tacked to the company bulletin board, and promptly stolen!
While mulling over whether I would submit to an interview, I jotted
down thoughts I had about Judaism's ancient history and how I believed that the intention of the Third Reich was to not only kill Jews, but to obliterate the history of the Jews.
He also jotted
down some uses for a tree house: library, nap room, writer's garret, weekend getaway, study hall, and nature retreat.
On 18 February, a WSJ headline writer jotted
down "Making Sure the Kids Are Alright," thereby contravening the admonition on page 9 of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage, by Paul Martin: "all right (adv.) Don't use alright.
In highbrow discussions one heard an incipient, disdainful qualification: This was a late Picasso drawing, one of those "doodles" jotted
off in Saint Tropez when the Master was feeling the need to raise some quick capital.