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  • The sides of the palace were hedged by Diomi bushes bearing a flower, from its perfume, called Lenora, or Sweet Breath; and within these odorous hedges, were heavy piles of mats, richly dyed and embroidered.

    Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. I (of 2)

  • The sound of his fall seemed instantly to recall Lenora to herself, and, dashing the tears from her eyes, she leaned her head on his shoulder to listen and assure herself that he had not fainted.

    The Poor Gentleman

  • Lenora is up there and Buck thinks they can try to make it work, but he never says so.

    Hurricane Shutters

  • “You are a bad bitch, Lenora Macy Paskin,” she complimented herself in a fully swaggered murmur.

    I.O.U.

  • T.J. and Rolanda are getting what they deserve and so should Lenora.

    I.O.U.

  • So she went from Lenora Paskin to Lena Macy to find her own way, only to come back and make it quite clear that she wanted no part of PBC.

    I.O.U.

  • “Why did your mother call you Lenora this morning?”

    I.O.U.

  • After the film, audience members will be able to participate in a live question and answer session with several of the original Freedom Riders, including Bernard Lafayette, Jr. and Lenora Taitt-Magubane.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Freedom Riders - A Living Legacy

  • Hosted and produced by LA's "real life Jessica Rabbit," Lenora Claire, the party and the place expresses the essence of what this town is all about.

    Rupert Russell: Innovation in Action at 40th Anniversary Pleasure Chest Party

  • He is survived by his son Knowlton and daughters Lenora, Francesca and Amandla from his former partnership with Lucy Addington.

    Frank Crichlow obituary

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