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Hitchcock believed that his audience was predominantly female and sought to make his female characters complex and intriguing.Voyeur, dandy, entertainer, womanizer: Alfred Hitchcock from every angle|Glenn Frankel|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Homefield did not have any Western Illinois University merchandise previously, and Hitchcock said the shirt was bought by fans of the school as well.
“For people who understand it, it feels like an inside joke or secret they’re a part of,” Hitchcock said.
Hitchcock found out about the dynasty because he is “terminally online” and saw O’Donnell’s tweets and posts.
“My concerns about the tenor of conversation around the election are impacting that choice, for sure,” said Hitchcock, who teaches AP Government at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Fairfax County, Va.As the election draws near, civics and government teachers walk a fine line|Joe Heim|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
To Hitchcock, this is not a sweet wire from an old colleague but a condolence letter on the occasion of his own death.
Hitchcock's going on about English pork butchers and how best to prepare pork cracklings.
Hitchcock's drinking, a problem for some time, got seriously worse.
The whole thing's in Swedish and clearly not to Hitchcock's taste.
Hitchcock nodded and replied, “Call it Prosciutto and change the locale to Italy.”
A few moments afterward he was seen dragging his own trunk ashore, while Mr. Hitchcock finished his story on the boiler deck.
I'm sorry to say—glad in one sense of course—that Professor Hitchcock will be taking the class again next Friday.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
Professor Hitchcock had, up to that time, observed footprints of thirty species of birds on these surfaces.
Dr. Hitchcock, in the fulness of his beautiful fame, in the ripeness of his years, confirms the truth of my principles.A New Atmosphere|Gail Hamilton
On the subject of exchange, however, I differ from Gen. Hitchcock.Two Wars: An Autobiography of General Samuel G. French|Samuel Gibbs French