Peppy Miller (Berenice Béjo) is the admiring ingénue who gets her big break on the soundstage.
He flirts with a female co-star, Peppy (Berenice Bejo), but the real love of his life is his dog.
He set up a portrait studio, and hired Berenice Abbott as his assistant.
Although Renee was the champion at throwing goals, Berenice risked the score rather than give the play to the center.
Arsinoe, whom Lysimachus married, was the daughter of Ptolemy and Berenice.
Berenice had two hundred francs left, on which they lived for two months.
They were near enough to the basket for a goal; but Berenice's opponent covered her.
Berenice gave her shoulders a shrug, lowered her eyelids until her eyes looked like little beads.
Erma and Mame in company with Berenice walked on down the corridor.
Determination shone in Helen's eyes as she gave Berenice a look that would have subdued a sensitive person.
fem. proper name, from Latin Berenice, from Macedonian Greek Berenike (classical Greek Pherenike), literally "bringer of victory," from pherein "to bring" (see infer) + nike "victory." The constellation Berenice's hair is from the story of the pilfered locks of the wife of Ptolemy Euergetes, king of Egypt, c.248 B.C.E., which the queen cut off as an offering to Venus. The constellation features a dim but visible star cluster. But the earliest use of the phrase in astronomy in English was as a name for the star Canopus (1601).