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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Eugenia via French Eugénie.

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Examples

  • On the Eugenie, however, it was even worse, for we had but one teaspoon among four of us -- but the Eugenie is another story.

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  • Eugenie is distraught and wants to help them, but by doing so, she has to put her talents to use, learn some more magic and decide on where her loyalties lie.

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  • Eugenie is excellent at her vocation, but now has a much more complex issue confronting her after she exorcised the lost soul from the sole of the sneaker.

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  • He called Eugenie, whom he did not see, though she was kneeling beside him bathing with tears his stiffening hand, which was already cold.

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  • In January 1917 he began calling her Eugenie — “because Godfrey told me to” — and asked her to stop calling him Sir David.

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  • I'm sure it can't be true that she has such a name, she might be called Eugenie or Seraphine or Laura, but Anastasia, impossible.

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  • He then noted that a story on the Daily Telegraph's website claimed the current oldest woman in the world was a French resident on the Caribbean island of St Barthelemy called Eugenie

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  • The Suez Canal was completed in his reign in 1869, and its completion was celebrated by many events, including the commissioning of Verdi's "Aida" for the new opera house and the building of great palaces such as the Omar Khayyam (originally constructed to entertain the French Empress Eugenie, which is now the central section of the Cairo Marriott Hotel).

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  • (originally constructed to entertain the French Empress Eugenie, which is now the central section of the Cairo Marriott Hotel).

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  • In gratitude to the author I think every little child should sing it and call it 'Eugenie's Angel Song.'

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