“We liked the duality of these low-plunging costumes because amy could slip from being confident to vulnerable,” says Wilkinson.
And finally—do you ever get mistaken for amy Sedaris, another blonde with a multifaceted career?
amy wanted to open a day-care center when she grew up and to have eight kids of her own.
amy Cortese has written for The New York Times, Business Week and Portfolio.
Indeed, in the entire episode, amy is never shown making a single dessert.
We do not know, in short, whether Dudley and amy were in love with each other or not.
"Well, amy, this is all," said Aunt Winnifred with a quiver in her voice.
It is not to be denied that she is shaking amy when the Colonel once more intrudes.
See that amy Mathewson has a good time in my absence, will you?
amy Lou was sleepy but would not leave the scene without a fuss.
fem. proper name, from Old French Amee, literally "beloved," from fem. past participle of amer "to love," from Latin amare, perhaps from PIE *am-a-, suffixed form of root *am-, a Latin and Celtic root forming various nursery words for "mother, aunt," etc. (cf. Latin amita "aunt").
Hamilton Ham·il·ton (hām'əl-tən), Alice. 1869-1970.
American toxicologist and physician known for her research on occupational poisons and her book Industrial Poisons in the United States (1925).