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Glinda

the “Good Witch”; Dorothy’s guardian angel. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz; Am. Cinema: Halliwell, 780]
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When swotty Elphie and airhead Galinda (as she is then) meet "at uni" it is hard to imagine how they will rub along, but like many of Wicked's characters they grow and change -some literally
The story goes into detail about Galinda and Elphaba, who later become the witches seen in the Wizard of Oz.
Notanga zone is divided into Notanga (Natangia), Barta (Bartonia), Galinda (Galindia) and Suduva (Sudavia) (Gliozaitis 2008).
The first of these chapters focuses on the relationship between Wicked's dynamic duo, Elphaba and Galinda.
The Russia-China Crude Pipeline that extends from the Skovorodino off-take station of Russia's Far East Pipeline, through Galinda at the Russian border, Heilongjiang province and Inner Mongolia, to Daqing terminal station, is complete.
Redmond (2001b) has analysed the movement of the place Mejerren in performances of Ngyerdu's Wanalirri galinda junba.
People like Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova in tennis, Dick Buttons and Rudy Galinda in figure skating, and Greg Louganis in diving have added to this record of what it means to be both a superb athlete and gay.
Brian Andrews of Reseda Environment Magnet, Hellen De Leon of Francis Polytechnic High School in Sun Valley, Irma Gaicki of Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Caroline Galinda of Granada Hills Charter High School, Tatevic Garibyan of Burbank High School, Peter Haderlein of Granada Hills CSUN Magnet, Silvia Kim of Cleveland Humanities High School in Reseda, Viena Sanchez of Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies in Tarzana and Jacob Toubi and Hataititip Ussavanarong of Ulysses S.
In college she's thrown into rooming with Galinda (Kristin Chenoweth), a rich would-be sorcerer bristling with blond ambition, whom other kids revere as automatically as they reject Elphaba.
Junba of this type are referred to as jerregorl or galinda, also depending on the region from which they originate.
Wicked has been seen by more than 30 million people worldwide, but for the few uninitiated, it acts as a prequel to the Wizard of Oz, telling the tale of Elphaba and Galinda who meet as sorcery students and form a profound friendship.