from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- In the Bible, the first woman and the wife of Adam.
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- proper n. The first woman and mother of the human race; Adam's wife.
- proper n. An unspecified primordial woman, from whom many or all people are descended.
- proper n. A female given name.
- proper n. A conventional name for an agent attempting to intercept a message sent by Alice that is intended for Bob.
In the case of Adam Du Mont, Orange, the christian name, is “taken off” in a picture of Adam and Eve at the tree of forbidden fruit; and exactly the same idea occurs with equal appropriateness in the Mark of N. Eve, Paris, the sign of whose shop was
Oh well, _I_ don't care, I'm not going to let my Christmas Eve be disturbed by a thing _like that_; if one can call it a _Christmas Eve_ at all.
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Clonaid has refused to identify the parents or offer any proof that the child nicknamed "Eve" is a clone.
His insight was repeated a generation later by St. Irenaeus of Lyons (d.ca. 200): "What the virgin Eve had bound in unbelief, the Virgin Mary loosed through faith."
Eve is the mother of all according to the flesh, but Mary according to the spirit.
According to Howard, Lost Books of Eve is on the way – sometime. via Josh Howard
I'm guessing in Eve of Darkness he didn't quite succeed?
Alice Eve is not a terrible actress, she was decently good in SOML, her bosom just distracts from what is going on in the scenes she is in.
Eve is a former stripper, as well as nonetheless its Minaj who has a foul pole dancin.