Drusilla


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Drusilla

(dro͞osĭl`ə), daughter of Herod Agrippa I, married to Felix the procurator and mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles.
References in classic literature ?
Drusilla," she said (if I have not already mentioned that my Christian name is Drusilla, permit me to mention it now), "you are touching quite innocently, I know--on a very distressing subject.
And you can be one of the witnesses, Drusilla, when I sign my Will.
34) Here his commerce with her is made to extend throughout his career, and his devotion to her, on which all his prosperity depends, is measured by his commitment to her niece; he promises that he will marry the niece, Drusilla, in exchange for the prophecy's fulfillment in his rise to emperor and for continued supernatural support.
2) With respect to the women referred to, Drusilla is another name of Livia, Octavian's strong and controlling wife.
W]e knew a war existed," thinks Bayard as Drusilla tells the story.
Drusilla Marland, 48, of Bristol, worked as a repairer on the Pride of Bilbao from October 2002 until October 2004.
Home of the Dance Center Company Tamu Wilson, Jennifer White, Directors 3458 Drusilla Lane Suite F, Baton Rouge, LA.
That's what Drusilla Pearce claims fox-hunters said when their hounds invaded her cattery earlier this year.
Nemeth, Clinical and Neuropsychologist at the Drusilla Clinic in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Last night her mum, Lady Drusilla, said Henry was a 'perfect future son-in-law'.
I'm concerned about his views," said Drusilla Wilson.
Green's A History of Australian Literature (1961), although the omission of Kerr is odd because she is included in his preliminary work, An Outline of Australian Literature (1930), in which he described Painted Clay as one of the 'best single' contemporary novels, (2) and none of the three are discussed at all in Drusilla Modjeska's important book about Australian women writers between the wars, Exiles at Home (1981).