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  • Earlier this month, Lindsay Lohan's assistant Elinore quit because she couldn't take the crazy hours and odd behavior anymore, RadarOnline reported.

    Lindsay Lohan's Assistant Elinore Offered Tell-All Book Deal

  • Sources tell TMZ Lindsay's right-hand woman, Elinore, quit Wednesday.

    Lindsay Lohan's Assistant Quits

  • Elinore only lasted a few months and we're told she was "exhausted" and "had enough of Lindsay's demands."

    Lindsay Lohan's Assistant Quits

  • Elinore Carmody, a feisty, fast-talking blonde with experience in advertising and magazine sales, assisted Michael Berman in running the business end of George.

    American Legacy

  • So, anyway, as I was standing there, waiting for the D.J. to tell us we could go, I turned to the guy next to me, and told him to lay off Elinore.

    sweaty hands

  • So, I was careful to not get too forward with Elinore.

    sweaty hands

  • Eventually, Elinore stopped skating and pulled her hand back and wiped it on her dress again.

    sweaty hands

  • Well, like I said, I'd been watching Elinore, so I'd know where to line up when the lights went down.

    sweaty hands

  • Naples, there to meete his mother Elinore, and Berengaria the daughter of Zanctius king of Nauarre, whom he was purposed to marry, who by that time were come to Brundusium, vnder the conduct of Philip Earle of Flanders, and so proceeding vnto Naples, they found the kings shippes wherein they sayled to Messana.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • My maiden name was Pruitt, so when I am putting on airs I sign Elinore Pruitt Stewart.

    Letters of a Woman Homesteader

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