- 1626–89, queen of Sweden 1632–54 (daughter of Gustavus Adolphus).
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for christina
Another significant loss is that of personal wine cellars, Christina Turley, of Turley Wine Cellars, noted.Cleaning Up From Napa's Winepocalypse
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Christina, who writes about these issues frequently at her website, says that the importance of visibility is a major concern.Anna Paquin’s Bisexuality for Dummies
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The next moment Christina and her friends ran back inside, away from what could be bombs.In the Killing Fields of Ukraine with Children Who Saw the MH17 Horror
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Rob Cantor impersonates everyone from Christina Aguilera to Bono to Sir Ian McKellen while singing an original song, “Perfect.”Fancy Pants Dance, World Cup Poseurs, and More Viral Videos
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Philip Seymour Hoffman, Richard Jenkins, John Turturro, Christina Hendricks, Eddie Marsan, the list goes on.John Slattery on the ‘Mad Men’ Midseason Finale, Roger Sterling’s Power Move, and ‘God’s Pocket’
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"Christina was a sad specimen of womankind indeed," said Mrs. Temple.
Then Christina was brought into the hall and placed before the old peasant.
Christina is a soldier's daughter, and must learn to bear the noise of cannon.
For two years more Christina remained in the palace at Stockholm.
And now I have told you almost all that is amusing or instructive in the childhood of Christina.
- 1626–89, queen of Sweden (1632–54), daughter of Gustavus Adolphus, noted particularly for her patronage of literature
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Word Origin and History for christina
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