Definitions

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  • proper n. A city and a suburb of Athens in Attica, Greece.
  • proper n. A Greek feminine given name.

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Examples

  • Boutique 9 "Voula" heel in natural from heels. com for around $96

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : News

  • Andrew Fitzsimons/PatrickMcMullan Bobby Kennedy with Voula Duval He said he spent the crunch time on Cape Cod, Mass., at his family headquarters in Hyannis Port.

    A Kennedy Works on His Pitch

  • Aunt Voula had a teratoma too - Guess they didn't get it out soon enough ...

    The Ovarian Teratoma that Caused a Coma

  • In front of eighty-five thousand people in the stands and hundreds of millions more watching all over the world, I began running on the track and was soon joined by Greek hurdler Voula Patoulidou.

    Becoming Holyfield

  • It looked very promising, because lots of fun people were there (cute Voula, Lawrence, Jeffrey, Kevin etc) but man.

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • Overall, As much as I like Voula, I don't know if living with her would be the best idea.

    My housing options.

  • After dinner, Voula and I signed up at the gym, walked back to our building, and went our respective ways.

    Caught some grief from a falling leaf.

  • I don't care if I haven't been kissed yet today or if I haven't seen much of Voula since Friday or much of anyone at all.

    Caught some grief from a falling leaf.

  • Voula introduced them to me because they love to play cards.

    No matter how we toss the dice...

  • According to paleoanthropologist Antonis Bartsiokas of the Anaximandrian Institute of Human Evolution at the Democritus University of Thrace in Voula, Greece, and assistant professor at the Democritus who used a technique called macrophotography to study the skeleton in meticulous detail, the features identified by Musgrave, Prag, and Neave are simply normal anatomical quirks, accentuated by the effects of cremation and a poor reassembly of the remains.

    Not Philip II of Macedon

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