Cynthia


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Cynthia

goddess of the moon. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 72]
See: Moon
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Shocked paramedics - working by torchlight and using face masks to combat the overpowering smell inside the house - found Cynthia barely conscious and infected with sores, lice, and gangrene.
Sarah put Cynthia in touch with the agency she used.
However, if you were to mention Cynthia to any of her colleagues they'd probably take a moment to realise who you meant - because her workmates all know her by her middle name of Pat.
I have had a hard time coming to an understanding that I must accept what has happened to Cynthia when the crime committed against her was so horrific.
Cynthia said the couple, originally of Madras, India, didn't even wait for the show house to open before signing up for their five-bedroom Maxwell home from CALA's award winning Lauriston range.
Jeffrey Wall and Cynthia Forte negotiated this transaction;
We saw on the news that Hurricane Rita was at Category 3 and headed for Tyler,'' Cynthia, 19, said as she poured a glass of juice.
Award-winning journalist Cynthia Reynolds and hummingbird admirer and artist Catherine McClung present The Far-Flung Adventures of Homer the Hummer, a delightful picturebook following the adventures of a ruby-throated hummingbird (no bigger than a person's index finger
Andrew met Cynthia, 39, who is also a respected TV journalist, at a dinner party in San Francisco.
Cynthia O'Neal knew the artist and the dance world well: "The dancers were always there; I was insane about them, and I just got the idea, Wouldn't it be fun -- since they come here all the time -- to do a mural?
We are honored to welcome Cynthia into the Nevada Ballet Theatre family," said Executive Director and CEO Beth Barbre.
And presiding over all this pantomime of passion was the jolly figure of Cynthia Payne, the infamous brothel keeper who died on Sunday, aged 82, having lived in that house until she took her last breath.