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- proper n. A female given name, a variant of Elise.
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That's a bad ass image, a General Lee tearing up the Champs Elysse and around the Arc d'Triumph.
We then walked down the Champ de Elysse and walked by a place that Steph's mentor had recommended to her called Angelina.
Their grown children gather for a weekend at the summer house to celebrate Joan's birthday: stockbroker son Don and daughter-in-law Elysse; favored son Michael and his wife, Susan; and Paul and Joan's midlife surprise daughter Carla, who's bringing home her business partner (and new fiancée) Mavis.
"Elysse comes to the office with impressive credentials and will fit in with ease.
Those who found Stefanie to be effective and efficient will find Elysse to be equally friendly and efficient, "said Turner.