Dinah


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Dinah

(dī`nə), in the Bible, daughter of Jacob and Leah.
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That event, which was once called the Colgate Dinah Shore and then the Nabisco Dinah Shore until the late entertainer's name was dropped altogether, is played on the Desmond Muirhead track.
Dinah, from Tillingham, Essex, vanished in August 1991 shortly after completing her A-levels.
Dinah, an 18 year-old student from Tillingham, Essex, disappeared that same year.
Yesterday, Ian McNicol, the father of missing student Dinah McNicol, said: "I have had a call from the police and they seem to think they might have found Dinah.
Her aunt's passion of avarice growing within her as "other passions shrank to make it way," Dinah writes shorter letters to Rupert, and "Th' indulgent Aunt increas'd the Maid's delight, / By placing tokens of her wealth in sight" (101, 96-97).
2) Dinah Plam, center, and her daughters Shavantae, 15, left, and Samira, 10, pose for a photograph in the library of the Transitional Living Center in North Hollywood.
Sadly, there are no digitally enhanced and remastered recordings that can truly convey the beauty, brilliance, clarity and genius of the late, great Celia Cruz, Ella Fitzgerald and Dinah Washington.
I read with some alarm Dinah Hazelhurst's letter (July 21) about her confrontation with an irate farmer on the Shelley Welly Walk.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- The Dinah Lakeshore Weekend event is the largest Human Rights Campaign (HRC) event for women in the United States.
It was horrific," said vet nurse Dinah Hazeldine, from the Llanrwst practice.