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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Evelyn.


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  • I had a momentary flash of that feeling when I heard, on a Nickel Creek album of all places, a song called "Eveline" -- which the lyrics made clear was a reference to Joyce.

    Ah Yes, Now I Remember

  • Sir William Herbert, and some of his neighbours and kinsmen, who came to pay their respects to the orphan of the Garde Doloureuse, by which appellation Eveline was known upon her passage through their territory.

    The Betrothed

  • To volunteer or for more information, call Eveline at 824-6424 or e-mail learn@ciiccolorado. org.

    Craig Daily Press stories

  • (Soundbite of "Eveline") NICKEL CREEK: (Singing) Eveline, grips the railing as her lover calls her to the sea.

    Nickel Creek, Playing with 'Fire'

  • (Soundbite of laughter) Ms. WATKINS: I bet the harmonic craziness in songs like "Eveline" is pretty scary for them, too.

    Nickel Creek, Playing with 'Fire'

  • "Eveline," he said, "for the sake of our past friendship" -- she started at the words -- "do not say any more.

    Adrien Leroy

  • House "), kept from eloping (" Eveline "), wistfully envious of colleagues who get away (" A Little Cloud ").

    James Joyce

  • In December, Blocher had been replaced as justice minister by Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, a more moderate politician.


  • It was up to his successor, Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, to find an acceptable path for mitigating the potential new scandal.


  • The BDP, founded to support popular finance minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf after she was expelled from the SVP, also ate into the traditional parties' share of the vote.

    Swiss election sees nationalist party lose share of votes


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