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  • Captain Ariella Claymore floated in the center of the cargo bay as Chief Bill Roberts manipulated the tractor beams to guide the lifeless spacecraft through the bay doors.

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  • Meanwhile, at Hamilton's invitation, curator Ariella Yedgar is staging A Space Without A Use, a show exploring absence.

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  • Ariella Martinez is introduced as “nun” taking out a priest … sexily … and Martha Higareda (Street Kings) embodies that.


  • Within three days of his arrival I had a much clearer sense of the Ariella Montero I had been and might become once again.

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  • My name is Ariella Montero, but you have to call me Sylvia.

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  • “You may have to use that name in the human world, but to me you are Ariella, always.”

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  • The birth certificate on its front page said that Ariella Montero had been born only fifteen years ago.

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  • In the latest installment of the series “combining the creepiness of Stephen King with the acute social commentary of the Beats, Philip K. Dick, and Don Delillo” The News-Press, Ariella Montero continues her quest through a turbulent landscape where competing sects ofvampires and their vulnerable mortal counterparts must coexist—or perish.

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  • While the Sanguinists advocate peaceful coexistence with humans and nonintervention in mortal affairs, Nebulists favor genetic modification and psychological control of the human population—and they have taken a keen interest in one Ariella Montero.

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  • And there was my name, Ariella Montero, right next to his.

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