In a shocking turn, minimalist phoebe Philo presented a bold new aesthetic for Céline next spring.
One sunny morning in May 1965, after the snow had finally melted, Elisabeth had phoebe over to her yard.
A picture of phoebe was taken not long after she started birding, maybe by Dave.
When asked about the suicide of phoebe Prince, Koocher said he did not know about the affair to comment.
phoebe Philo had a similar advantage when she arrived at Celine.
For two hours and a half the battle raged, the phoebe throwing seven hundred eighteen-pound shots at the Essex.
Make haste down, phoebe, to be ready to open the door for Mrs Rowland.
How would it be to tell Maisie phoebe's story, seen from phoebe's point of view?
Mrs Enderby struggled to say, “Hush, phoebe;” but she found she could not speak.
Rhoda lifted the latch, and walked in, phoebe following her.
small North American flycatcher, pewit, 1700, phebe, so called in imitation of its cry; spelling altered (1839) by influence of the woman's proper name Phoebe.
fem. proper name, late 14c., originally a name of Artemis as the goddess of the moon, from Latin Phoebe, from Greek phoibos "bright, pure," of unknown origin. The fem. form of Phoebus, an epithet of Apollo as sun-god.
Five or the point of five (1940s+ Crapshooting)