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  • “Elicia, it was a horrible accident,” he began softly.

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  • “Elicia, listen to me,” her mother said firmly when the storm subsided.

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  • Around midnight, Brent and Elicia left the impromptu party and headed back to campus.

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  • One night, after final exams, Elicia and her boyfriend Brent become the victims of a drunk driver.

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  • To set the scene: Elicia and Brent are discussing her grades in January 1985, and how her father will react.

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  • Elicia was so tired of being treated like an alcoholic, she recklessly went on a mild binge the end of January, justifying it as a reaction to tragedy.

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  • Elicia keeps getting the most rocking numbers, Jayme continues to fail to impress me.

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  • He lives at home with his wife Pearl and their two children Elicia and Marc.

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  • "Even their Kur agents who are female," said Samos, "seem to have been selected for their potential for ultimate slavery in mind, such as the slaves Pepita, Elicia and Arlene."

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  • They're especially in their element in early scenes set not in Kansas but downtown Toronto, where a snowboard-loving Dorothy Elicia MacKenzie of

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