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When asked why she told police he had grabbed her by the throat, cut her nightdress off and brandished the scissors at head height while threatening her, she replied: "I could've been angry and just maybe spouted off a load of things.
Sharon Buckley, who now lives in America; with her husband Martin; and a newly discovered photograph of Sharon, aged six or seven, in hospital after suffering 48 per cent burns when her nightdress caught fire
Police found the elder daughter wearing a nightdress and lying in a flooded bathroom, while the second was wrapped in a blanket and placed in bed after suffering the same fate, The National said.
Janet Richardson was in just a nightdress as she was being moved by stretcher.
slippers shiver under my nightdress as I happen upon a reason for waking
Theodora, of Bethnal Green, east London, bashed in the headlights and windscreen while still in her nightdress.
The court heard she was left in the street, wearing just a nightdress, for about 45 minutes.
Brunnhilde, seen at first in silhouette through a screen, finally emerged in an elegant oyster-colored satin nightdress.
yet first prize for whiteness goes to the nightdress,
"The Romance short flippy nightdress in red and the heart and rose hold ups are disappearing fast."
The white treble clef of her flannel nightdress billowed as she spun away, clutching the curved lid.
There's nothing like a bit of self promotion and the dazzling silk nightdress is from her bestselling lingerie collection with the undies giant.