- n. A female given name
“Andrina sat with Christine while their father went downstairs and was so entertained by Sickert's stories and singing that Angus later felt guilty for enjoying himself.”
“She was so shaken that she couldn't even fill out the customs form; Andrina completed it.”
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“My friend Andrina, especially if we're going on a sun, sea and sand break, as my husband hates them.”
“When I went to Dubai a couple of years ago with my good friend Andrina.”
“Stock made her Broadway debut with the original company, originating the role of Andrina, one of King Triton's seven daughters, and understudying the role of Ariel.”
“Only in recent years has Andrina realised the full import of what happened.”
“They even tried to take one of the bunk cushions - a crime too far for Andrina.”
“Andrina traces the change in him back to his being sent away to naval boarding school at 10.”
“Two decades passed, during which Andrina and her husband William, a supervisor, got on with raising five children.”
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