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Rita isolated herself in a room on the roof with only one small window, too high to see outside.
Alka Raikwar, 45, one of Rita’s aunts, said she spoke to her niece after midnight.
If Rita was having trouble, Alka said, they would take her to the doctor.
Three days later their mother, Rita, died at home in a rooftop room with pale yellow walls, crushed by sickness and grief.
The night before Rita died, she insisted that the girls come upstairs and sleep in the room with her.
His wife, Rita, would wait and pray until she would hear the bicycle squeeze horn he had affixed to the chair.How Brooklyn’s First Ice Cream Girl Fought City Hall–and Won|Michael Daly|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rita King likely would have disagreed with that sentiment when Evans entered the lockup room in back in April 2011.I Was Beaten By Chicago’s Dirtiest Cop, Lawsuit Contends|Justin Glawe|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A first-rank boulevardier in the 1960s tableau, his wives included one Rita Hayworth.
From Anna Wintour to Rita Ora to Claire Danes, stars are strutting their stuff in red this season.
Something named Rita Ora performed with Azalea, looking like Rihanna and singing like Katy Perry and lacking any of their energy.Butts, ‘Bang Bang’ & Beyoncé: The Craziest MTV Video Music Awards Moments|Kevin Fallon|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He had recognized that the first mention of Rita Irvin's name in the police evidence must be made by himself.
Monte Irvin was away, and Rita secretly hoped that on his return he would declare himself.
Well, you see, Rita Irvin was always going there to buy perfumes, and she frequently sent her maid as well.
Rita laughed with a careless abandon which belonged to that part of her character veiled from the outer world.
The second phase was the dangerous one for Rita, and during a certain luncheon at Romanos her fate hung in the balance.