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  • proper n. A female given name, one of the modern spelling variants of Caitlin.


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  • The reason evil government bodies are looking for Caitlyn is because, as Alfred Bester might put it, she has some mysterious mutant strain in her makeup which it makes her different.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • A man named Jordan, protecting a young girl named Caitlyn from the American government, which would apparently like to cut her up for a science project, sneaks her into Appalachia.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • On both the questions of what Caitlyn is and why she's being hunted, Brouwer does a fine job of bleeding out information little by little at a good pace without giving away too much or being overly cryptic.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The duchess might mock many things, but she couldn’t say a word about Caitlyn’s wardrobe.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • Caitlyn continued to practice feeling the difference between her pelvic tension and pelvic power.

    Wild Feminine

  • During our session, Caitlyn mentioned that she was frustrated at work because she felt invalidated.

    Wild Feminine

  • After bringing this to her attention, I asked Caitlyn to envision a situation in which she felt empowered.

    Wild Feminine

  • The author would like to thank Caitlyn Dlouhy and Kiley Frank; as always, they did most of the heavy lifting.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • The good news: Melanie, Tadd, Marko, Sasha, Jess and Caitlyn each breezed into the Top 8.

    So You Think You Can Dance: Who's Going Home?

  • Caitlyn and Christine, Ms. Figoski's elder two daughters, because they had to be at school, were invited to the Oscars instead.

    Giant Pep Rally Before Indianapolis


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