Origin of Decca
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Jessica, known as Decca, joined the Communist Party and ran away to Spain to cover the Civil War.
Epstein encouraged them to play it at the Decca audition a few weeks later, and they did.The Beatles Succeeded Through Talent, Ambition, and a Lot of Arrogance|Andrew Romano|November 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Even the hysterics of the Mitford household have been more comprehensively covered by Nancy and Decca.
Soon were tidings brought to Decca of the swan-maiden and her three swan-brothers.
Nevertheless Largnen loved Decca, and great was his grief when he heard that she had fled.
As yet no decca-ville railways had been constructed as far as battery positions.Three years in France with the Guns:|C. A. Rose
Is it truly told me that you refused these birds to Queen Decca?
Then was Decca angry, and swore she would live no longer with Largnen, until he brought the singing swans to the palace.