American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of southern Quebec, Canada, southwest of Montreal. It is a port of entry and manufacturing center. Population: 42,800.
“It's a testament to the brain-fogging strength and endurance of the Diana mystique that Ms. Ali refuses to impute any stain on Lydia's character even when the book's premise would seem to require it.”
“The only person who knows her real identity, her erstwhile private secretary, Lawrence Standing, has since died of cancer we learn the details of Lydia's past through his diaries, which are spread throughout the novel.”
“The reader is by now mostly inured to all the extravagant praise, but it's still astonishing to find Lydia's plight being likened to that of a prisoner in a Soviet gulag.”
“The book then turns into a low-wattage thriller—will Lydia's secret be revealed?”
“Lydia's ultimate goal with the film is simply to put her own art out into the world.”
“Lydia's life in small-town North Carolina seems to be leading nowhere: she works as a grocery store cashier, and works hard to balance her frenetic sex workouts between Glenn, her live-in boyfriend of three years, and Phil, her side-piece/sex buddy of the last ten years.”
“Having followed the course of Lydia's ailment through various blog commentary I posit the following: If she drank enough, she wouldn't have gotten sick in the first place.”
“The culprit this time is a scandalous surveillance video — of Lydia's violent fall from grace, perhaps?”
“The fact that Ruben is happily married will shed new light on Lydia's relationship woes.”
“And Lydia's post was intended to give other mission-minded women suggestions about guarding and protect their missions from those who would tempt them to quit.”
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