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Bettina

[ buh-tee-nuh ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Elizabeth.


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Edis said: “Over a long period of time Bettina Jordan Barber sold a lot of information for a considerable amount of money.”

Bettina von Hase is founder/director of the art consultancy Nine AM, and writes about art and culture.

Bettina von Hase reports from the Ridotto, where Casanova once roamed.

During her protest, with some difficulty, Mrs. Webster was being persuaded to dismount from her burro by Peggy and Bettina.

Peggy and Bettina both ran forward to the narrow opening between the two cliff walls.

A moment later Bettina and Peggy walked over and stood on either side of Mrs. Burton.

Afterwards Gerry apologised, both to Bettina and to her and appeared to repent her behavior.

She did not dislike him as Bettina Graham did; indeed Peggy rarely disliked any one.

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