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  • proper n. A female given name, a short form of Eulalie.


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  • One user at Neowin, Qumahlin, called the service ‘shady’ and stated ‘the ToS/Eula is amazingly short’.

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  • (we will try to get into the habit of calling her Eula, thinking with her, it has a more home-endearing sound,) felt a little happier for it.

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  • In fifth grade, we passed from everybody's favorite, Miz Wilmeth, to the care of Eula Farmer, who was reputed to be strict but fair.

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  • Ordinarily if he was seen around town in the company of a woman, it would be fodder for the tabloids, but Eula was a small-town librarian from Kansas who looked to be in her mid-sixties.


  • In the time it took Eric to blink, Eula had vanished, slipping back into the Devil Cave.


  • Eric grabbed Eula and pushed her to the floor, hiding behind the benches.


  • She-Devil was in her human identity of Eula Leahy and accompanied him as his guest.


  • When Eula McDuffie cried in that Tampa courtroom, her tears fell on all of us.

    Magic City

  • Eula sat by herself and listened to the big machine hum.

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  • A Southern beauty with a quick wit and sharp business mind, Eula Mae Blalock had grown up in the genteel port city of Savannah.

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