Definition for ina (2 of 3)
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Definition for ina (3 of 3)
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A French green bean salad with warm goat cheese reminds Ina Garten of having lunch in Paris.
The next day, Caro and his wife, Ina, packed their bags, drove to the airport, and bought two tickets to Paris.
Once the book was done, he promised Ina, they would finally take the trip to France they had desired for so long.
Caro came home to Roslyn one afternoon from a day of research, and Ina told him she had sold the house.
Ina drove me in, I got out of the car, and [the boxes] just reached up to my chin.
"Thank you, madam," said Ina, in her own sweet but queenly way.The Woman-Hater|Charles Reade
But the laws of Ina are annexed to the statute of Alfred, and perhaps we only possess them in his edition.
Yet Ina warned all the sheriffs of the Wessex borderland, and could do no more.
"It's so nice that you and Grandmamma and Mr. Takma have always kept together," Ina continued, softly.Old People and the Things That Pass|Louis Couperus
There was merriment enough in the hall, and room and plenty for all comers, even as Ina loved to have it.