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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Enidae โ€” certain air-breathing land snails.


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  • One morning, therefore, she called Ena's attention to her pallid face and suggested the sunlight of the garden as a means to restoration.

    The Secret Witness

  • Linebacker Justin Ena recovered Kyle Boller's fumble at the BYU

    NCAA Football - Brigham Young vs. California

  • I thought Ena was a young girl, so it was weird to hear Hizuchi call Ena an "old man," I'm hoping this just means that Ena is simply possessing the body of a young girl, but I could be wrong.

    Anime Nano!

  • "Ena" might pass muster for an abbreviation of "Innocent" -- she decided to make use of that as a Christian name -- but a surname that would be appropriately fitted to her ultimate intentions she could not at once select.

    Innocent : her fancy and his fact

  • Thomasina "Ena" Berg, 82, of Watertown, passed away Friday afternoon, Aug. 14, 2009, at her home surrounded by her loving family.


  • On this occasion Forest Minister released the attractive and colorful Mascot for the games named "Ena" which was Sanskrit word for "Black Buck", the State animal of Punjab.

    PunjabNewsline News

  • "Yes -- some people call her Ena -- but her real name is Innocent.

    Innocent : her fancy and his fact

  • ยป 'Ena'ulamaiokalani Thomas Christopher Reelitz and Cory Pu'ukani Yu-Lan Brede

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • "Ena," he said, "between us two there is an ancient bargain, and that is that we should tell the truth to one another.

    Jeanne of the Marshes

  • "Ena," he said, dropping his voice a little, "what are you going to do with that child?

    Jeanne of the Marshes


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