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Claudine

[ klaw-deen; French kloh-deen ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Claudia.


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Tavernier’s first marriage, to screenwriter and collaborator Claudine “Colo” O’Hagan, ended in divorce.

I bought a tin of Langues de Chat biscuits adorned with a grotesque cartoon cat, its fat tongue poking out, as a gift for my then girlfriend, now wife, Claudine.

Claudine might say the same of the koozie I was given in Sydney in 2007, on our Australian honeymoon, and I might admit that she has a point.

Mayfield had written the phenomenally successful soundtracks for Super Fly and Claudine.

Central to her new image is the Birkin bag, which Claudine has been holding tighter than a magical totem ever since deplaning.

Mirah and Brisetout, when Claudine moved after her marriage to rue de la Victoire.

I ain't afraid of him, nor Claudine either; he knows us well and he ain't a bit ugly!

Little Claudine was engrossed by the velvet ribbon that had been placed about her neck.

One afternoon Claudine had been obliged to go out, and the little apartment was unusually quiet.

"I wish Claudine would come," she said to herself; but Claudine was not likely to come yet, and meanwhile somebody was waiting.

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