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“I have to think her body type played a role,” said Rachel Greenblatt, a Lecturer in Jewish Studies at Harvard University.Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America?|Emily Shire|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Muse was looking to regain custody of her four children—Justin, Sarah, Patrick and Rachel.
Rachel Maddow, too, apparently impresses in her upcoming season two guest turn.Inside the Political Fun House: How ‘Alpha House’ Became Amazon’s First Big Hit|Kevin Fallon|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Someone I love a lot right now is Rachel McKibbens, who is doing wonderful work.
And so it is with admiration and understanding that we are still violently furious over the pairing of Joey and Rachel.
"I'm not a bit afraid of churchyard ghosts," said Rachel, moving on.Rachel Ray|Anthony Trollope
For the next few moments he stood there as if holding the hand in his, though Rachel Linton had hurried away.Middy and Ensign|G. Manville Fenn
This certainty of Rachel's future alliance with himself had made such things impossibly absurd.The Duchess of Wrexe|Hugh Walpole
Rachel's cry, "Give me children, or else I die," does not exaggerate the agony of a childless Syrian wife.The Syrian Christ|Abraham Mitrie Rihbany
"It was my bad management, it always is," said Rachel, ever affirmative.The Clever Woman of the Family|Charlotte M. Yonge
British Dictionary definitions for rachel
Word Origin and History for rachel
fem. proper name, biblical daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob, from Late Latin, from Greek Rhakhel, from Hebrew Rahel, literally "ewe" (cf. Arabic rahil, Aramaic rahla, Akkadian lahru, a metathesized form).