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And less research has been done on Ella, the week-after pill, though data indicate it works like Plan B.Why Can’t the FDA Fix Outdated Birth Control Labels?|Tiffany Stanley|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ella Panfilova was the human rights adviser to the president.Is This the Mastermind Behind Russia’s Crimea Grab?|Anna Nemtsova, Eli Lake|March 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
From The Novel Cure: From Abandonment to Zestlessness: 751 Books to Cure What Ails You by Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin.How to Cure Your Anxiety? Read Henry James’s ‘The Portrait of a Lady,’ Of Course.|Ella Berthoud, Susan Elderkind|September 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Born Ella Yelich-O'Connor, Lorde grew up on the North Shore of New Zealand.Meet Lorde, the 16-Year-Old Singer Poised to Take Over Pop Music|Marlow Stern|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Turns out different countries date differently, reports Ella Delany.Why Online Dating Is Struggling to Go Global|Ella Delany|February 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Yes, yes,” cried Ella huskily; and she took a formal-looking letter, that had evidently been hurriedly torn open.
“Yes, yes; I must go,” said Ella huskily; and raising her hands to her face, she would have left the room.
“Yes,” said Ella again abstractedly, as he held her cold hand in his, her face being turned towards the door.
“Pray take me out, Charley,” whispered Ella; and for the first time he noticed her pallor.
The train drew up at a platform, and as Max started back into his seat, the carriage-door opened, and Ella Bedford fainted.