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Renata

[ ruh-nah-tuh; Italian re-nah-tah ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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Recent years have turned up such greats as Richard Yates, Paula Fox, Henry Roth, Hans Fallada, and Renata Adler.

In March 2008, Ford was arrested and charged with assaulting his wife, Renata, and verbally threatening to kill her.

He also meets Renata, twenty-three year old beauty, bourgeois gun-runner; a woman who believes in having many lovers.

When one of them is killed in an attempted coup Renata allows Quinn, who is getting odd jobs as a stringer, to protect her.

Writing on another subject, Renata Adler once said, that that no essay “becomes as quickly obsolete as an unfavorable review.”

This tragedy took place in the year 1749—strange to say, in the seventy-first year of Renata's age.

Renata had gone to dress, and Nevil sauntered in to his wife with her “spoils” at once.

Renata walked with great dignity across the room and opened the drawer.

Redemptus was less grotesque than Redeemed, and Renata than Renewed.

Renata was confined in a cell alone, whereupon the six devils screeched in chorus at being deprived of their friend.

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