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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Sulidaeboobies.

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  • Hailed by critics for its stunning language and its original, honest depiction of the black way of life after the Civil War, Sula is a lyrical blend of myth and magic, as real as a history lesson, and as enchanting as a fable.

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  • At its best moments, this play recalls that state Toni Morrison described with wistful ferocity in her novel "Sula" - "We was girls together."

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  • Casimir, who heard the news before anyone else, called Sula shortly after dawn to tell her to stay off the streets, and she spent the day in the apartment with a book of mathematical puzzles.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • So Gunnlaug went on till he came to the uppermost farm in the valley, called Sula, wherefrom had Raven fared in the morning; there he stayed not his journey, but kept on his way through the night.

    The Story Of Gunnlaug The Worm-Tongue And Raven The Skald 1875

  • Ursula seems to be the only traditional "English" name that fits the bill, but the nickname Sula is more natural-sounding for Ursula than Susie.

    Nancy's Baby Names

  • The theme of it somewhat reminds me of Toni Morrison's book "Sula", where her friend steals her husband.

    On My BookShelf: "The Robber Bride"

  • Characters such as Sula, Janie, Celie, and others exemplify this quest for acceptance by the world outside and the world inside.

    UBUNTU!

  • Our name for it is 'Sula', which is closest to your

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  • Nashik-based Valle de Vin, maker of Zampa wines, will merge with Bangalore-based Grover Vineyards within a month to create the country's second largest vintner after Sula Vineyards.

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  • She continued to explore the African-American experience in its many forms and time periods in such works as Sula (1973), Song of Solomon (1977), and Beloved (1987), which won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

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