- n. A female given name.
- A modern Scandinavian spelling variant of Christina (Wiktionary)
“I'll meet you at the car Krystal: ok * By paint* Kristina: Now I'm looking at for a bright pink*Looking around and notices a cute boy* Kristina: Well don't he look good * Boy walks by and bumps Kristina* Boy: I'm so sorry I didn't mean to*smiles at her* Kristina: it's ok*pays for paint and goes meet her mom at the car* Krystal: why are you so smiley?”
“Kristina: Well don't he look good * Boy walks by and bumps Kristina* Boy: I'm so sorry I didn't mean to*smiles at her* Kristina: it's ok*pays for paint and goes meet her mom at the car*”
“Kristina is determined to defeat her addiction to crack in order to keep her newborn child, but when she is unable to manageher use of the drug and the pull becomes too strong, her greatest fears are quickly realized.”
“Anyone that has the good fortune of knowing Kristina is aware that she is always looking for ways to connect women with one another, and that she always puts her heart and soul into everything she does.”
“Kristina is truly gifted, not wasting words, but using each to reveal character with a clever, smart and humorous delivery – and even the occasional Monty Python joke.”
“Probably worth mentioning that Kristina is only a sixteen year old herself.”
““I was practically embarrassed to see such a horrible looking building,” [business leader and philanthropist, Ignat Kaneff, said] of his visit to the school where his daughter, Kristina, is a student.”
“It is made of copper about one-eighth of an inch thick, with uneven edges as though it had been rolled out like a piece of pastry, and bears the name Kristina 1624-1654, with one coin stamped in the middle about the size of a florin, and one at each of the corners.”
“Kristina is planning to enter plenty, but says competition is pretty fierce at some of the high end ones in L.A. She’s got some ambitious thoughts for a whole series of horror shorts, which I won’t give away here.”
“Devastated Susan fled Vincent's house in Surrey to move in with her parents in Ulster, calling Kristina "cold and tarty" after a bitter late-night phone row.”
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