- a female given name, form of Eleanor.
Also Le·no·ra [luh-nawr-uh, -nohr-uh] /ləˈnɔr ə, -ˈnoʊr ə/.
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But his mother, Lenore, also had a brief and spectacularly unsuccessful political career—thanks in part to Richard Nixon.
Lenore Romney beat a conservative state senator, Robert Huber, for the GOP nomination.
Lenore Romney that is, speaking in 1970 during her campaign for US Senator from Michigan.Romney on Birth Control
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In the event, his wife Lenore ran for Senate instead, and lost.Mitt Romney’s No More Of a Mystery Than Barack Obama
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Both of them, the ‘Lenore’ particularly, had got into my head.The First Violin
Lenore exclaimed sharply, and Quirl handed her the rest of his cup.
Quirl did not have to hear her cry to know that Gore had Lenore.
Come, Lenore, let's get up to the bow before the pirates think of it.
How very angry I should be with you if you were to part with Lenore.Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume I (of 10)</p>
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