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  • proper n. A female given name derived from George.


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  • Out of curiosity, would you ever consider doing a post on the slang Georgiana invented?

    Happy Birthday Georgie!

  • (d) What you say when you reach 100 having lived the entire time in Georgiana, Alabama

    Air Quality

  • Originally entitled Georgiana: Duchess of Devonshire, the biography has been renamed The Duchess with the release of the movie.

    The New Beginning

  • Well maybe I'm biased, I just picked up a new book called Elizabeth and Georgiana, which is basically a biography of Bess trying to set the record straight that she wasn't such a hag.

    Tart of the Week: Bess Foster

  • Her Georgiana is a coltish girl whose eyes dance with curiosity and delight when ushered into the splendor of London's Devonshire House, where ranks of liveried servants greet her arrival on the cobbled courtyard.

    Express Milwaukee

  • Secretly, the deal entitles Georgiana to a large financial reward once she has produced a male heir for the duke.

    Film |

  • The lingering sceptics who carp about Knightley not being able to act will have to concede that her Georgiana is a complex creation and that she has an incandescent screen star quality.

    Film |

  • Here I have taken a poetic liberty and placed gowns from two different eras side by side: The Drunken Duchess on the right is Roccoco, having been modeled after one of the gowns of "Georgiana" from the movie "The Duchess".

    The many elaborate gowns of the Maiden Queen...

  • Aristocrats such as Georgiana were rich enough to be painted multiple times by both artists.

    Righty and Lefty

  • "Georgiana," said he, "has it never occurred to you that the mark on your cheek might be removed?"

    The Short-story


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