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  • Alena is a super star sculptor at Blue Sky Studios and I jumped at the chance to get her to sculpt anything for me.

    Louis and the Dodo

  • Perhaps she no longer saw me as being as good and as nice as her Alena.

    Family Storms

  • Forgive me, Alena, both for failing and for wishing harm to Kiera, I thought, and I continued to the end of my school day.

    Family Storms

  • When I did that and when I talked about you with my therapist, I realized I was trying to hate you for being so much like Alena.

    Family Storms

  • Alena spoke fluent Spanish, because Mrs. Duval had been her nanny since birth.

    Family Storms

  • Alena Kandrova Jan Volny, the town's mayor, not pictured, says he is honored that the municipally owned Reduta Theater and Concert Hall gets to host the ball, which, he says, 'makes our small town more visible.'

    Dancing With Slovak Stars

  • Alena Kandrova Foreign Affairs Minister Mikulas Dzurinda, right, and Slovak beauty queen Silvia Lakatosova were among the guests at this year's ball.

    Dancing With Slovak Stars

  • But in the end, I thought that her conscience about the way she had treated and thought of her sister Alena and what she had done to me had driven her to be reckless again, and she nearly died in a drug overdose.

    Family Storms

  • "I have between 50 and 60 clients on the day of the ball, compared with 20 on a normal day," said Alena Tomalova-Dutkova, a hairdresser and owner of four hair salons in the town.

    Small Slovak Town Is Belle of the Ball

  • Prominent on one of the dressers was a picture of someone who was surely Alena.

    Family Storms

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