- n. A female given name. Popular in the middle of the 20th century.
- An anglicization of the French form of Diana. (Wiktionary)
“The IMDb lists a December 26, 1962 birthdate for her, while the French website for her current French teleseries DIANE, FEMME FLIC "Diane, Lady Cop" records her natal day as February 26, 1961.”
“DIANE ELDER, CHOSE NOT TO HAVE LATE-TERM ABORTION: The nurse woke me up at 5: 00 a.m. and said: "Diane, I think you might want to get up now.”
“Off-white is the term Diane uses to describe the "new white.”
“Diane is the daughter of confirmed POW, CMS Thomas”
“But, when Jack discovers that Diane is leaving the country in a week she tries to push her away.”
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“Kereszi mentions two sources of inspiration for the project: a photograph of Coney Island's Spook Show in Diane Arbus'Revelations she must have seen long ago and been subconsciously influenced by, and a childhood memory.”
“Diane is the blogger over at The Mommy Diaries who was tagged with this rather unusual game of GOTCHA! by Sassy Irish Lassie, who was tagged by Girl in the Glasses who was tagged by … I am determined to find out who started this madness!”
“Join Diane Lewis on a walk that will focus on identification of edible plants. 1-3 p.m.”
“The best part was him sticking his finger in Diane Kruger ('s leg).”
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