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  • He praises the young woman called Elly Nowell who recently applied to Magdalen College, Oxford, but then sent it a "rejection" letter.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Pre-Order (Amazon): www. amazon.co.uk Pre-Order (iTunes): itunes. apple.com La Roux -- aka Elly

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  • Penny looks a lot like the younger "Elly", and perhaps it will be this revelation that will persuade Penny to accompany Desmond further on his journey, perhaps even to the island.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The woman on the airplane, whom I’ll call Elly, recognized me from a segment I had done on the Oprah Winfrey show and tearfully asked me for help.

    Lighten Up

  • "Elly," said her mother, "I cannot permit you to have any secrets."

    Bertha Garlan

  • “I don’t like the idea of Elly and Ted being left in the dark.”

    Vineyard Chill

  • Known as "Elly," Mrs. Glass was born Eleanore Knopp in Vienna, where at 22, after seven years of rigorous training, she earned master dressmaker status from the local guild.

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  • A black and white bunny named "Elly" was snatched and apparently put up a struggle, as there was some fur left behind.

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  • The 27th annual "Elly" Award nominations were announced Sunday night by the Sacramento Area Regional Theater Alliance (SARTA).

    The Union - All Categories

  • "Anyhow, we leave the little children with Touclé, if she's there," (he stopped here an instant to inspect Mr. Welles to make sure he was not laughing because he had called Elly and Mark the "little children."

    The Brimming Cup

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