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Hallie

or Halli

[hal-ee] /ˈhæl i/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Then, and only then, did Hallie cease her sobbing to sit staring round-eyed at the fire.

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  • He had just been told that little Hallie had returned home, “might nigh killed.”

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • All the wondering was cut short by thought of little Hallie.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • That Florence had followed Hallie beyond the gate, they had suspected at once.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • Had old Job and his followers discovered that little Hallie had been stolen?

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • Hold Hallie with one hand, hug the bank and cling to branches with the other.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • So great was her fear of them that her first impulse was to snatch up Hallie and flee.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • Could they crush her hopes after she had done so much for little Hallie?

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • There were friends in that house, her friends Mrs. McAlpin and little Hallie.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell

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