- n. A female given name.
- Latinate feminine form of Michael, first appearing as an anglicisation of the Portuguese and Spanish Micaela. (Wiktionary)
“Michaela is examined by Alex Delaware, who finds that her claims of depression and stress ring true enough.”
“After reading the excerpt, I became really interested in Michaela and I was hoping we would get a chance to see her story as well.”
“I called Michaela ` s mother right away and I told her, you know, "This could be the car.”
“Mark: I have an affected daughter, Michaela, which is really the most important motivating force for me.”
“But in a 'post-racial' world, some people call Michaela and Najwa's point of view on the hiring reverse racism.”
“My best advice to Michaela is to stop attending these classes immediately and think about the kind of relationship she wants to have with her dog.”
“In the last few years Wynn has bought van Gogh's "Peasant Woman With Straw Hat Sitting in the Wheat" ($47.5 million), Gauguin's "A Tahitian Family" ($20 million), Matisse's "Michaela" ($10 million) and Picasso's "Portrait of Dora Maar" (an undisclosed sum).”
“Michaela" says: The only time republicans wash their hands is after they have done some back room deal" Are you sure you are not talking about”
“The Holy Roman Emperor and Mr. Kann spent the lunch lost in conversation at one end of a long table, while the rest of us fell under the spell of Habsburg's daughter Michaela.”
“Michaela, 12, and Christine, 14, have spent half their lives and their most formative years in exile.”
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