- n. A female given name borrowed from French.
- n. A small town in Oklahoma.
“Brazil captain Aline left in the seventh minute with an ankle injury.”
“Brazil captain Aline was stretchered off in the 70th minute after falling at midfield despite no contact.”
“Mouly mentioned that Crumb’s wife, Aline, is an excellent artist in her own right.”
““Even if this woman is called Aline and lives on your doorstep?””
“I wondered if they hadn't corresponded and arranged it somehow, for they appeared to know each other very well, and to be the best of friends, especially the elder Mr. Vanneck and Mr.. West, who called each other "Aline" and "George.”
“Aline," the hostess began as she brought them face to face, but whatever she said more might as well have been a thunderbolt through the roof.”
“Aline," they sobbed as soon as they could find her, "we are sorry, sorry, sorry, to make you such unhappinezz like that, and so soon; continue, you and Geoffry, to live in that new 'ouse; but whiles we live any plaze but heaven we got to live in that home of our in-fancy.”
“Aline," he said to his wife, "go and see what they are about.”
“Aline," said Cadfael earnestly, looking up into her gentle face, "if ever I should have need of you suddenly, and come to fetch you, or send you word to come - would you come?”
“Aline," he said as the woman came towards him, "what was Madame wearing?”
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