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felicity

Philosophy appropriateness (of a speech act). The performative I appoint you ambassador can only possess felicity if uttered by one in whom the authority for such appointments is vested
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As we've seen before, Felicity doing that doesn't always end up in her favor and is also nearsighted.
As part of the journey to stabilise her spinal cord, Felicity had a halo brace fitted in the new hybrid theatre at Alder Hey in February this year.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin, who helped launch Birmingham schoolgirl Felicity Jones to stardom in Hollywood.
Felicity Cann, Daniel's mother and founder of the centre, said "extensive damage" was caused in the latest incident.
Truffles I really would love to like, F| Food writer | Food writer Felicity Cloake, left, and her because truffles are one of those things that's meant to be completely delicious and people go mad for them, and I can't see it.
Felicity Dahl, 77, was moved to tears when she visited the children's hospital seeking to establish the centre.
Police were called to the home of Felicity Bassouls, 67, after she complained about a Twitter comment by Russian pro dancer Kristina which she believed was directed at her.
Translating an ancient document in an Oxford convent should be a harmless venture, but Felicity just can't seem to avoid danger.
BEST ACTRESS Marion Cotillard Two Days One Night Felicity Jones The Theory Of Everything Julianne Moore Still Alice Rosamund Pike Gone Girl Reese Witherspoon Wild I keep up with all of these actors' work so for me, it's a lovely - and tough - category.
In the 2000 ad fresh-faced Felicity collapses on a bed with a girlfriend.