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Zelda

[zel-duh] /ˈzɛl də/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Griselda.
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  • He had no plan to get Zelda out of here; he was improvising and he didn't like it.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold
  • It was the live Zelda he wanted to see, not the tapping automaton.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold
  • Zelda doing time-steps is like Heifetz fiddling at weddings.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold
  • I don't mean it's got to be money, although that's the only kind of pay Zelda'd work for.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold
  • "I been too busy trying to help Zelda," Clocker said in apology.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold
  • Zelda, instead of looking at Clocker, watched Barnes walk away.

    At the Post Horace Leonard Gold

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