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  • proper n. A female given name.


Feminine form of Darius, of Old Persian origin. Name of an early Christian saint. (Wiktionary)


  • The house, a 1959 four-bedroom brick "ranch", is at the end of a cul-de-sac called Daria Place that is soon to be shut off with heavy-duty security gates for which the Bushes have agreed to pay.


  • In fact, one of the biggest football fans I know, my brother "Mr. Funny," also happens to be one of the most sensitive people I know, an "enlightened male" who is married to "Daria," an outspoken, unapologetic feminist.

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  • I watched "Daria" pretty regularly back in the day.

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  • The only 2 that haven't and probably won't are "Daria" and, of course, "WKRP".


  • MTV's popular series "Daria," which started in 1997, is an inspiration for Lee

  • "My Life as Liz" plays like a live-action version of MTV's animated series "Daria," except that Daria had the good sense not to tussle with the mean girls. -

  • In "Daria" we quickly learned things about the title character never hinted at during her appearances on "Butt-head," including the fact that she had a pair of distracted parents and a shallow kid sister named Quinn.

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  • Learn "Daria" was actually part of a wave of shows focusing on teen girls that included

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  • "Daria" DVD series is finally out, and I'm just happy to be able to hang out with Daria and her best friend Jane Lane once more (and catch a glimpse of Jane's brother, Trent, lead singer of Mystik Spiral and Daria's mega-crush.)


  • Long before the empty narcissists of "Jersey Shore," "Daria" was a ray of hope for difficult, bookish girls

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