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  • How much of what happens to Lia is a result of her own doing?

    Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson: Questions

  • Cute “My Soul, Your Beats!” by Lia is an interesting video with piano playing.

    Notable OP/ED themes: Spring 2010 « Undercover

  • “My Soul, Your Beats!” by Lia is an interesting video with piano playing. on May 16, 2010 at 3: 09 pm | Reply hazy

    Notable OP/ED themes: Spring 2010 « Undercover

  • What we learn soon after is just the beginning of the haunting story: on the night Cassie died, she called Lia's cell phone thirty-three times.

    Becky's Book Reviews

  • Lia is particular about the names she calls her family members (i.e. "Jennifer" instead of Stepmother, "Dr. Marrigan" instead of

    Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson: Questions

  • Julia Major, called Lia, was now twenty-one years old, and carried the faintest suggestion of something careworn in her expression.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • Julia Major called Lia was ten years old and Julia Minor called Ju-ju was almost eight.

    The Grass Crown

  • And Caoilte and Oisin went to Rath Medba and brought a great stone and put it over the king's sons, and it was called Lia an Imracail, the

    Gods and Fighting Men

  • Gordon, formerly known as Lia d'Argeles, who now keeps an establishment near Montrouge, where she provides poor, betrayed and forsaken girls with a home and employment.

    Baron Trigault's Vengeance

  • In her first television role since announcing her decision to quit Walford, the 22-year-old - who has played troubled Stacey Branning since 2004 - is to portray a character called Lia who steers Mitchell (Aidan Turner) on his journey to purgatory where he hopes to save his friend

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