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Cathleen

sells her soul to the devil in exchange for the souls of starving Irish peasants. [Irish Drama: Yeats Countess Cathleen in Benét, 228]
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Cathleen was born in Worcester on October 16, 1953.
We learn that love is simply not enough when Cathleen is told she cannot have children.
One was in New York City, where School Chancellor Joel Klein resigned and was replaced by Cathleen Black, the chairwoman of Hearst Magazines.
Cathleen and Aidan Lawless had planned a holiday to mark a quarter of a century together - she instead spent the day in a cemetery.
The late Thin Lizzy singer's ex-wife Caroline Crowther and the couple's daughters Sara and Cathleen journeyed from the UK, as did Philomena's grandson Casian.
My sister Cathleen, you're always in my thoughts and forever in my heart.
John and Cathleen Thomas, from Brookfield in Middlesbrough, wrote to each other for three years while John was serving as a wireless operator with the Royal Air Force in Burma.
There are the teachers, Bethany and Cathleen, the Jack the Lads, John and Pete, loner Lewis, who would win every week if it weren't for the sport questions, and then there's Asram.
These articles are predominantly by Cathleen Fillmore, but she has several guest speakers who write articles or are the focus of the articles as well.
Jeanne Oliver-Taylor, Gladys Roman, Cathleen Gibbs and Linda Raines of the Real Estate Board of New York
THE importance of healthy eating had only just been discovered when Cathleen Cohen was born in 1906.
THE GOD FACTOR By Cathleen Falsani (Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, 2006)