Words nearby Poppaea Sabina
How to use Poppaea Sabina in a sentence
Sabina Sehgal Saikia, a prominent restaurant critic and mother of two, stayed huddled in her magnificent suite.
Tomas dallies with his favorite lover, the easygoing artist Sabina (Lena Olin in a fetching bowler hat).
Sabina Rios, the protagonist, makes unsparing observations about a threatening world.
“Sabina is truthful, even in her moments of dishonesty and moral negotiations,” Engel said.
Yet, initially, Sabina is far removed from anything resembling the road to transcendence.
In 1537 he became cardinal bishop of Sabina, and died in Rome on the 25th of July 1539.
The Rector's solemn tones awed Sabina into momentary quiescence, and reached even the dying woman's dulled ears.
Indeed Sabina Meldreth presented at that moment a strange and even tragic appearance.
Sabina Meldreth, in the presence of your dead mother and of your living God, I call upon you to do the same.
He knew Sabina Meldreth by name only, and had not derived a very pleasant impression of her from all that he had heard.