Evelyn


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Evelyn

John. 1620--1706, English author, noted chiefly for his diary (1640--1706)
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Perrott, who was very shy, said, "Permit me," and removed an ant from Evelyn's neck.
Elliot, perpetually complaining of her lot; her husband a mere pea in a pod; and Susan--she had no self, and counted neither one way nor the other; Venning was as honest and as brutal as a schoolboy; poor old Thornbury merely trod his round like a horse in a mill; and the less one examined into Evelyn's character the better, he suspected.
Evelyn hopes to be a role model to all young people, regardless of background, and to teach them the importance of giving back and sharing blessings with others.
Her life ended at the hands of a brutal killer and now on the anniversary of Evelyn Foster's death police have dusted off their old files to re-tell her story decades later.
Whilst huddled together in their London shelter during a night-time World War II air raid, children Philippa, Evelyn and James Hapwell are separated from their parents as the bombs fall.
After all of the mishaps and shady behavior, Evelyn Lozada called out co-stars Tami Roman and Jennifer Williams following the reunion.
TWINS Evelyn Spiers and Jim Newell will take to the skies today to mark their 70th birthday with a 13,000ft parachute jump.
LITTLE Evelyn Grace Potter just couldn't wait to get to hospital to be born - arriving instead in a lay-by on the A19.
became undergo The family involved are North Shields couple Rachael and John Matthews, who live with their three children, Isabelle, 10, Anna, five, and Evelyn, three, who has a rare genetic condition called CHARGE syndrome.
Evelyn and Ronald MacDiarmid celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary last week, and put their long and successful marriage down to their amazing friendship.