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Iggy Azalea was born Amethyst Amelia Kelly in New South Wales.
The house decays around Amelia and Samuel, their world narrows and becomes mad, undealable with.
Amelia says some truly terrible things to Sam, supposedly inhabited by the Babadook but really consumed in grief.
Just as in real life, you can come to live with grief, so Amelia and Sam do at the end of the film.
You can accord it a place, and then—hopefully—like Amelia and Sam find a way to get on with your life.
The second act opens with a beautiful air for Amelia, "Ma dall'arido stelo divulsa" (From the stem, dry and withered, dissevered).The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
Amelia has lovers still, for one of whom she entertains considerable feeling.The Mormon Prophet and His Harem|C.V. Waite
It is for the character of Amelia, and the charm of her relations with her husband, that I like this novel.
The soundings gave warning of this, and we got round, on what I supposed would be the Amelia's last leg.Ned Myers|James Fenimore Cooper
Charlotte was passing through the hall and Amelia called to her.Old Crow|Alice Brown
British Dictionary definitions for amelia
Word Origin for amelia
Word Origin and History for amelia
fem. proper name, of Germanic origin, literally "laborious" (cf. Old Norse ama "to trouble"), later assimilated with Roman gens name Aemilia.