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  • proper n. A female given name.


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From French Camille ("Camilla").


  • I think what Camille is saying is a tongue in cheek reference that expecting to be able to request a temporary transfer of service is possibly an above and beyond service not usually practiced in Mexico. johanson


  • But, I think the tension really gets ratcheted up when you take into account that Camille is days removed from a stay in a psychiatric hospital before heading back home.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Your "corrections" of the few minor grammatical errors in Camille's post are unwarranted and borderline hostile (I'm not sure if this was your intention).

    Is Reading Better For You Than Watching TV?

  • No, the irony (and humor) is in Camille chastising someone's grammar and spelling using improper grammar and spelling.

    Is Reading Better For You Than Watching TV?

  • Good pal Camille is letting her COMPAQ iPAQ Pocket PC go.

    all-in-one post

  • Camille is a gifted painter and you can see some of her latest watercolors over at her blog.

    Archive 2003-05-01

  • He called Camille to him in the cellar and beat her.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • Harry Stradling had photographed Garbo in "Camille" -- he was divine.

    Those 'Terrible Stories'

  • A lot is happening in Camille’s life in this installment.

    “Dragon Wytch” by Yasmine Galenorn

  • Camille is actually one of France’s most famous young alternative singers (you can tell she is good when you know how famous she is while not being showbiz pretty).

    Simple math: Knitwear + Flailing = Delightful. « A Bird’s Nest


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