Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Spanish (and American Spanish) name of several species of mullet.
- n. A female given name.
- Diminutive of Elisabeth in several European languages. (Wiktionary)
“MELANIE GREENBERG, COUSIN OF LISA STEBIC: The same way that we know that Lisa would never have left her children, this family is adamant that Stacy would never have left her two small children and that she adopted Drew's older children, as well.”
“MELANIE GREENBER, LISA STEBIC ` S COUSIN: Thank you, Nancy, for this opportunity to get Lisa ` s picture out there to a national audience.”
“MARTI MACKENZIE, SPOKESPERSON FOR LISA NOWAK: Well, actually, I know that that has sort of been talked to death, and I ` m here actually to respond to the prosecution ` s accusation that Lisa is spending money on a media consultant.”
“MIKE NICHOLS, ATTORNEY FOR LISA HOLLAND: Well, Jane, I ` m not going to comment on what Lisa has to say.”
“Lisa, Lisa, darling, began Marfa Timofyevna eagerly, where is my book? where did you put my book?”
“LIsa jokes that maybe he just doesn't see her as a girl and she wished she had big bewbz like Cecily (lmao wtf Lisa, you keep checking out her chest are you lez? mygod a lez loli in mah animu XD)”
“ALONIE WALTON, MOTHER OF MISSING WOMAN LISA HATCHELL: Lisa didn ` t have no enemy.”
“KIMBERLY YOUNG, FRIEND OF LISA STEBIC ` S: I know Lisa from -- I hired her, actually.”
“Since the idea hit her, Red had hit the library, the video store and a few other places and established IDs and accounts under the name Lisa Lennox.”
“Phone bills, utility bills, you name it … all under the name Lisa Lennox.”
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