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  • And where was he ever so happy as in that region, he who created "Christabelle,"

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  • “Some doctors felt it was an abortifactant, that it provoked abortion,” she [Christabelle Sethna] explains.

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  • I saw the eyebrows of his wife, Lady Christabelle, arch in surprise.

    Exit the Actress

  • I saw the eyebrows of his wife, Lady Christabelle, arch in surprise.

    Exit the Actress

  • All of the effective characters both good and bad are female - Sharon, the child whose lineage is in question, the outcast Dahlia whose child was taken from her, the cult-leader Christabelle who is "mother" to a flock of believers, and the Cybil - the police officer/authority figure/"heavy" (as she's the only one with a gun) ... whose backstory features only one detail - that she went into SH and rescued a kidnapped boy.

    Silent Hill

  • After giving it some thought, I don't know if dragging my fragile self-image to the land of milk and money is such a great idea, seeing as how even the diner waitresses are svelte aspiring actresses named Christabelle who will no doubt look at me with disdain because I am scrappy.

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  • "I'll come over and talk to you, Christabelle," she said softly, and then winced as the mother's voice yelled down the line again.

    Bush Doctor's Bride

  • It took ten long minutes before Sophie finally persuaded the terrified Christabelle to open the bedroom door.

    Bush Doctor's Bride

  • Now the fears were behind them it was clear that Christabelle and her mother were about to dredge up every possible drop of drama from the situation.

    Bush Doctor's Bride

  • Even Christabelle and Elyira Pilkington had been there, free of chicken pox and content, for once, to let Sophie be the centre of attention.

    Bush Doctor's Bride

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