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The twist, however, was that Arne didn’t remember the encounter, and claimed that his amnesia was due to demonic possession—a story corroborated by his girlfriend Debbie.The Real-Life ‘Demonic’ Murder That Inspired ‘The Conjuring’|Nick Schager|June 11, 2021|The Daily Beast
His daughter Debbie said that he remained in touch with many patients, and the families of those who were lost, for years.Emil Freireich, a pioneer of chemotherapy and a ‘towering figure in oncology,’ dies at 93|Emily Langer|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
He turned out to be a wonderful therapy dog, the perfect companion when Debbie visited nursing homes and hospitals.The name game: For these pets, inspiration came in many forms|John Kelly|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
Earth to Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the DNC: dyspeptic dad still votes.
Toss in Republican National Committee head Reince Priebus and his Democratic counterpart, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, too.
Debbie Papyn, an acclaimed travel blogger from Belgium, recently visited Bhutan and stayed at one of the Aman Resorts.
Cheit criticizes journalist Debbie Nathan for her phrase “junior McMartins” in describing “a nationwide rash of similar cases.”
Debbie Nathan championed Michaels in a 1988 Village Voice piece.
“Scand'lous, I calls it,” Debbie confided to the pan of corn bread she was busily cutting into golden brown pieces.Billie Bradley on Lighthouse Island|Janet D. Wheeler
We explained our presence there, and the boy explained to us that the Bishop and Aunt Debbie were away.
She had been married to the Bishop not long before the manifesto, and he had been married several years then to Debbie.
You ought to sit beside him with an umbrella, teased Debbie.Girls of Highland Hall|Carolyn Watson Rankin
Poor Debbie's house was burned; Wink and Wiggle are all smashed up.Grand-Daddy Whiskers, M.D.|Nellie M. Leonard