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Vilma

[vil-muh] /ˈvɪl mə/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Wilhelmina.
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  • He'd have to risk a drop into the water with Vilma—there was nothing else to do.

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  • "We could go back to the cove and get away on the Ariel, Vilma," Cliff said stonily.

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  • Through a fiery mist of pain he pictured Vilma in the grasp of Corio.

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  • Vilma rallied for an instant, and they reached the top of the stairs.

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  • Vilma nodded, her gaze still held by that chamber of horror.

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  • Cliff heard Vilma utter a suppressed sob, and he turned his head.

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  • He must lie here helpless while Corio returned to Vilma—did with her as he pleased!

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  • He saw Vilma rising slowly; then he looked for the monsters in red.

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  • Vilma had dressed; and now they sat together in the pilot house.

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  • A resum of all these addresses was made in Hungarian by Vilma Glcklich.

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