OTHER WORDS FROM alinea·line·ment, nouna·lin·er, nounnon·a·lined, adjectiveself-a·lin·ing, adjective
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You won’t find an answer in Aline, which ends just as the protagonist discovers a world beyond her job.
Aline is a quite handsomely mounted object, with money behind it and a certain eye for framing—a film which lovingly evokes a singular figure from contemporary culture.
Lemercier’s film is surprising, in that it is genuinely sweet-natured where it could have been cruel, as Dion is an obvious target for comedy—and there is, at times, something touching in the way Aline refuses to bait its subject.
On the contrary, we see Aline’s desire for children, and her love of performance, shine through.
Starting some years before the birth of its protagonist, Aline kicks off with the story of her father, born into poverty, and of his encounter with the formidable woman who would eventually give birth to the singer.
In July 2009, he and Aline were arrested in Switzerland on charges of beating up their servants in a Geneva hotel.
According to the cable, Aline initially fled to the U.K. after confronting Hannibal and threatening to leave the marriage.
Cretz wrote he was told that, "Hannibal had pursued Aline in London and the encounter ended in assault."
Cungonde-Aline Trouillard, forty-four years old and keeps a very popular caf.Brother Jacques (Novels of Paul de Kock, Volume XVII)|Charles Paul de Kock
The Master said, Guide the people by law, aline them by punishment; they may shun crime, but they will want shame.The Sayings Of Confucius|Confucius
Aline and maids; to whom Fiddlers; afterwards Dumont and Charles.Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker
You know, Aline has organized a wonderful asylum for Magdalens.The Awakening|Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
Aline said this as a queen might have suggested lending her crown to a loyal servitor.The Heather-Moon|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson