Words nearby Celia
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Eduardo Machado’s “Celia and Fidel” offers a tantalizing outline of Celia Sánchez, the Cuban revolutionary who was Castro’s longtime confidante and indispensable political partner.
Sex,” Celia says after overhearing tenants going at it, “could fragment into clichés.
His lovely wife, who is also a formidable actress, Celia, has lent it to me for a couple of months, and I do really love it.
Celia Eydeland, 17Piano since 7, played at Carnegie Hall, music honors program.
After their first readings, we immediately knew we had found our Celia and Elizabeth, respectively.
There was a true, transformative experience when Jessica started reading the role of Celia.
Celia was looking over my shoulder when I opened the case, and she surveyed my brown friends with interest.
But towards the end of September Celia came across the sample case again.
Naturally Celia has had to do most of the work; my military duties have prevented me from taking my share of it.
I think nothing of them; Celia thinks nothing of them; jointly we do not think anything of them.
Sometimes Celia wonders what she will say if she finds that Mrs. Winkle has re-arranged all her furniture for her.