Amelia


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Amelia

despite financial woes, remains faithful to Booth. [Br. Lit.: Amelia]

Amelia

takes interest in Paul. [Br. Lit.: Dombey and Son]

Amelia

idealized personification of patience and perseverance. [Br. Lit.: Amelia]

Amelia

faithful wife of William Booth, often in debtors’ prison, saved by her purity from the men who prey upon her. [Br. Lit.: Amelia]
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Susan added: "Awards like this are a nice way to show Amelia how brave she has been throughout this experience and to recognise the important part Gracie plays in keeping her going.
Extra wide hallways have made it much easier for Amelia to move freely.
Amelia Scott from Darras Hall celebrating her seventh birthday with mum Donna, dad Neil and friends Simon Greener
Amelia Whalen had just set the NYS freshwater drum record at 29.
Years later Amelia would run her finger along the slope of a curve in her statistics text.
I still feel like I have not properly grieved for Amelia," she said.
Army had slowly begun to take their places amid the horror of the Great War's Western Front, Amelia had little appreciation for what was going on in Europe.
In marrying John, Amelia found new opportunities within London's professional arts community, even as many of her former associates struggled to sustain careers, and their marriage has sometimes been characterized as symptomatic of the failure of 1790s political idealism.
Earhart is an aviatrix and philanthropist in Denver, CO where she is the president of the Fly with Amelia Foundation, which grants flight scholarships to girls ages 16 to 18 and supports the advancement of general aviation opportunities.
DANCERS Amelia Fielding and Leah Darby have added to their many titles with success at a major competition.