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  • proper n. A female given name, a less common spelling of Arlene.


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  • Short dropouts in 'Arleen', and 'Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand'

  • Arleen Paré, Paper Trail, discussed her poetry from the perspective of entering authorship late in her life.

    Book Awards

  • Arleen Weise , who lost her son Adam in the April 20 Deepwater Horizon explosion, said she believed the company was "safety-conscious" and it didn't bother her that Transocean paid bonuses.

    Transocean Cites Safety in Bonuses

  • His mother, Arleen Weise, of Yorktown, Texas, wouldn't disclose the payout under the terms of the settlement, but said she wasn't bitter the families of other victims might receive larger sums because they were settling later.

    Death Payouts in BP Spill Start at $8 Million

  • Yes, feel free to “friend” me on Facebook: Arleen Anderson

    With Twitter Envy, Facebook Adds (Near) Real-time Web Capabilities

  • Arleen Stern, a geriatric-care manager in New York, spent four months with her family emptying her mother-in-law's apartment after she died.

    The Pearls Are Mine!

  • CardinalMahony: Arleen: try taking her to one of the Life Teen Masses, or a Mass that is designed for young people.

    Mahony on Liturgy

  • Arleen Goodman: How can we make church and the mass more appealing to this younger generation?

    Mahony on Liturgy

  • While reviewing her writing process and thoughts of Kafka, Arleen shared the literary devices she uses.

    March 2008

  • Millicent will thank you — and, speaking as someone who survived editing a manuscript whose characters were Maureen, Marlene, Doreen, Arleen, and Darlene, I will thank you, too.

    Author! Author! » 2010 » June


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