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Contemporary Examples of evelyn
Borges had an almost Evelyn Waugh-like capacity for sucking up to the upper classes.Borges Had A Genius For Literature But Not Love Or Much Else
October 24, 2014
Yup, Evelyn and Donald Knapp are “ordained Christian ministers” suing for the right to discriminate.Refusing to Marry Same-Sex Couples Isn’t Religious Freedom, It’s Just Discrimination
October 23, 2014
How has transitioning meshed with raising your daughter, Evelyn?Laura Jane Grace’s Trans Punk Rebellion
October 10, 2014
In the end, it was not Leonard who had the guts to press and release—it was Evelyn Aron.
In 1948, Charles Aron, co-owner of Aristocrat, divorced his wife, Evelyn.
Historical Examples of evelyn
There are only Evelyn and I, and I am fifteen years older than she.
Stepping out into the hall she knocked lightly on Evelyn's door.
Evelyn had in some way managed to make her a party to her disobedience.
"I—she—" began Evelyn, but the look in Emma's eyes was too much for her.
She disliked the idea of meeting Evelyn in the dean's office.
fem. proper name, a double diminutive of Eve or in some cases from Old High German Avelina, from Avi. Popular (top 20) for girls born in U.S. c.1910-1930 and rising in popularity again 2000s.