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  • proper n. A female given name, a less common spelling of Lilia.


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  • It's time for another brand new arc of Allison to Lillia, which is in no way, shape or form inspired by an arc we've already seen regarding plots being hatched on long distance trains.

    Anime Nano!

  • Their daughters, Emmalia and Lillia, have attended the local school ever since the Moorhouses bought the village post office four years ago.

    East Coker, TS Eliot's placid village, resists threat of housing invasion

  • Lillia didn't have to do anything but answer a few questions.


  • A native American weaver with work in several craft museums, and a poet, Lillia sat at a loom and demonstrated her methods.


  • Lillia started to stand but fell back on the couch.


  • Nelson P. Nelson came over to heartly greet Lillia and collect his wife.


  • As I helped Lillia in the front seat and joked she had to buckle up, she hugged me.


  • Lillia on the floor was a giant mound I could never get my arms around.


  • I'd learned about Lillia through a faculty session, not in a scandal sheet.


  • As soon as I got back there, to Wallingford, and found a parking space for my beater, which, I loyally point out, transported me from San Francisco to Seattle without a hitch, I wrote to Lillia of the beautiful girth.



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