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Make no mistake, the woman (Rosa) had a heart. She had a bigger one than people would think. There was a lot in it, stored up, high in miles of hidden shelving. -- Marcus Zusak
the beautiful roses, -- Catherine Coulter
She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock. She was Lola in slacks. She was Dolly at school. She was Dolores on the dotted line. But in my arms she was always Lolita. -- Vladimir Nabokov
Rino's mother is named Raffaella Cerullo, but everyone has always called her Lina. Not me, I've never used either her first name or her last. To me, for more than sixty years, she's been Lila. If I were to call her Lina or Raffaella, suddenly, like that, she would think our friendship was over. -- Elena Ferrante
to her, Rose. I'll find out the real story -- Richelle Mead
Helen, thy beauty is to me -- Edgar Allan Poe
I want you, Rosa,' Antonio said, turning to her. 'I want you with your scars and your suffering. You are my wife and everything that has happened to you only makes you more precious to me. -- Belinda Alexandra
Tireless passion, fierce jealousy, longing to possess and crush-these alone were left of all his love for Rosalind; these remained to him as payment for the loss of his youth-bitter calomel under the thin sugar of love's exaltation. -- F Scott Fitzgerald
Some people know Rosa Parks, they know Daisy Bates in Arkansas, but every ... Ruby Doris Smith, Diane Nash, countless individuals. -- John Lewis
[Act 5, Scene 4, ROSALIND] If I were a woman I would kiss as many of you as had beards that pleased me, complexions that liked me and breaths that I defied not: and, I am sure, as many as have good beards or good faces or sweet breaths will, for my kind offer, when I make curtsy, bid me farewell. -- William Shakespeare
Anne Shirley. Anne with an e. -- Lucy Maud Montgomery
Lilith: Oh, but your heart grows cold. A north wind blows and carries down the distant ... Rose?
The Doctor: Oooh, big mistake! Because that name keeps me fighting! -- Gareth Roberts
The picturesque doctor's daughter, Miss Manette. -- Charles Dickens
I can't control a nightmare, but in my waking moments her name is the only reminder I will permit myself. -- Tahereh Mafi
Rosa Hubermann was sitting on the edge of the bed with her husband's accordion tied to her chest. Her fingers hovered above the keys. She did not move. She didn't ever appear to be breathing. -- Markus Zusak
Rosa reports the engagement of her niece in 1912 to a nice young man without a name. It may therefore be that the last descendants of the Luxemburg family are living somewhere in England. -- John Peter Nettl
MARIE ,THE MADAM-She has the looks of Liz Taylor and the brains of a Wall Street broker. " We were lovers for a hot five minutes when I first hit the TL. Marie always liked a lot of diamonds,and I've always liked alot of girls. With that combination,we're better off as friends. -- Jeri Estes
The Swendish queen - whose name I couldn't pronounce to save my life. -- Kiera Cass
Junie B. Jones. The B stands for Beatrice. Except, I don't like Beatrice. I just like B and that's all. -- Barbara Park
Rosalind exploded with a shriek worthy of a tea-kettle. -- Emma Clifton
Elizabeth Spencer. -- Julia Glass
My beloved Elisa, my companion and wife, whom I love and revere, is one of the most noble of our Heavenly Father's handmaidens. -- Joseph B. Wirthlin
Wait - Miss Bramble-"
"Don't call me that!" said Azalea.
Something, perhaps hurt, flickered through Mr. Bradford's soft eyes. "Princess Bramble," he said. -- Heather Dixon
She smelled like a rose, and she tasted like a rose petal. -- Rohit Sharma
Quentin flicked a quick glance back at her again. Poppy. This girl had the wrong name. She should have been Rose. Great face, lots of prickles. -- Ros Baxter
... Pfiffikus, whose vulgarity made Rosa Hubermann look like a wordsmith and a saint. -- Markus Zusak
(Who Did No Harm to No Man all the Dais of Her Life. Reader, Can You Say Lykewise?). -- Neil Gaiman
jessamine. Flowering -- Kathy Reichs
Neither does she have a name
none that I could find even in my most persistent researches: Julian's gentle lady, I mean; she whom I sought and chased and wooed (as it were) down a warren of historical tunnels. -- Walter Wangerin Jr.
Sing, Marie of Arras. Do not forget, Marie of Arras. -- Zoe Oldenbourg
Dear, gentle, patient, noble Nell . . . . -- Charles Dickens
MRS. REYES FARROW. -- Darynda Jones
Lillian is one of those disagreeable people who yet have some redeeming qualities, so that you can't write them off entirely - but you sure wish you could. -- Charlaine Harris
Ah! my poor Bahorel, she is a superb girl, very literary, with tiny feet, little hands, she dresses well, and is white and dimpled, with the eyes of a fortune-teller. I am wild over her. -- Victor Hugo
Jasper to her. I was obliged -- Henry James
Rose Adams is a wonderful Christian woman who cared for my mother, Morrow Coffey Graham, in her last years of life. -- Billy Graham
She was a rare white rose in a kingdom of thorns, and she wouldn't let anyone stain her petals red. -- Alex Johnson
Seraphine, Seraphine, Seraphine. O most beloved of women, most fiery of saints, never leave me, please. I'll erect columns of white marble to you, build gardens of delights for you, cause ships to sail and warriors to rise for you, if you'll only remain by my side. -- Elizabeth Hoyt
What's she like? The princess, I mean."
"Bullheaded. She's red headed, blue-eyed, and stubborn as a mule. -- Christina Mobley
She's Verglas's greatest tragedy and last hope: the Princess Rakel. -- K.m. Shea
Rosa Parks was a woman of strength, conviction, and morality. Her action on December 1, 1955, to defy the law made her a leading figure in our nation's civil rights history. -- John Shimkus
Ada! sole daughter of my house and heart. -- Lord Byron
I loved a lass, a fair one,As fair as e'er was seen;She was indeed a rare one,Another Sheba queen:But, fool as then I was,I thought she loved me too:But now, alas! she's left me,Falero, lero, loo! -- George Wither
I never thought to ask her name, Father, but you know the little mulberry girl as you know each sparrow of the field. You are the white berry that removes the stain. -- Lisa Wingate
Valerie Sherwood, I said to myself, you're going to die. -- Debra Doyle
Lina said to Fundevogel: 'Never leave me, and I will never leave you.' Fundevogel said: 'Neither now, nor ever.' Then said Lina: 'Do you become a rose-tree, and I the rose upon it. -- Jacob Grimm
Look at me." Rosalind speaks very quietly. "Look at the way I choose to live. Ask yourself just how tough a person has to be to live like this. -- H.p. Wood
Hail, Piper McLean," Chiron announced gravely, as if he were speaking at her funeral. "Daughter of Aphrodite, lady of the doves, goddess of love. -- Rick Riordan
pretty mother of two young children -- Joann Durgin
If she didn't take her own life, that meant Rosa would be with her daughter in the afterlife. -- K.a. Tucker
Did you know there are 32 names for love in one of the Eskimo language? And we just have this one. We are so limited, you have to use the same word for loving Rosaleen as you do for loving Coke with peanuts. Isn't that a shame we don't have more ways to say it. -- Sue Monk Kidd
MR. GEORGE MOTHER MARGARET -- Lake Union Publishing
My heart beats her name -- Michelle Hodkin
I think that she's a great dame. I'm crazy for Lucille. -- Jessica Walter
Lucille was a darling lady. Probably the finest comedienne in the business. -- Robert Stack
Rosa Parks was the queen mother of a movement whose single act of heroism sparked the movement for freedom, justice and equality. Her greatest contribution is that she told us a regular person can make a difference. -- Marc Morial
Dex: You're my wife. I love you.
Rosarita: Sometimes love isn't enough. -- Jackie Collins
Luce recognized her from European history class. Amy Something. -- Lauren Kate
Catharine Victoria Santoro di Valleria." Cat blinked. "Why are you 'full naming' me? -- Marianne Knightly
It was always Isabelle. -- Cassandra Clare
Didn't anyone ask you where your parents are?"
"They asked. Especially about my parents."
"What did you tell them?"
"I said I ate them."
"Jesus, Rosa. -- Justine Larbalestier
BEROWNE: What time o' day?
ROSALINE: The hour that fools should ask. -- William Shakespeare
(Arbell)The ungrateful gorgeous bitch. -- Paul Hoffman
Jorinda and Jorindel -- Jacob Grimm
Lenore - For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore - Nameless -- Edgar Allan Poe
She has the care of a mother, the love of a sister, a prostitute in bed. Who is she? -- Bangambiki Habyarimana
Even though I am told that my name is Ruby, I still didn't know who the blue eye brunette with red streaks through her hair was. She was a stranger to me. -- Jessica Madden
I'd like to think I'm Elizabeth, but deep down I think I'm the one whose name no one can remember. Not Lydia the slut or Mary the nerd or Jane the beauty or Elizabeth the opinionated. I'm the second-youngest. The forgotten one. - Francesca Spinelli -- Melina Marchetta
He'll come," said Rosalind. "He's got to. -- Jeanne Birdsall
She has a lovely face;
God in his mercy lend her grace,
The Lady of Shalott. -- Alfred Lord Tennyson
She's my Tallahassee lassie down in FLA. -- Freddy Cannon
Lochsong - she's like Linford Christie ... without the lunchbox. -- Frankie Dettori
Lella York, the self-proclaimed queen of passive-aggressive behavior. [Lella's perceptive view of herself] -- Maria Grazia Swan
She had an unusual name. She knew that much. It wasn't the kind of name that you found on ceramic coffee mugs at airport gift shops or emblazoned on mini-license plate souvenirs you could hang on your bedroom door after you returned from Disneyland. Her name was pretty and unusual and had meaning. -- Melissa De La Cruz
Rachell believed passionately in the value of beauty. If she was pressed for time she considered the filling of her bowl with flowers more important for her family's welfare than the making of a cake for tea. On this point her family entirely disagreed with her. -- Elizabeth Goudge
Juliette," I whisper. "My name is Juliette. -- Tahereh Mafi
Your aunt Rose is dying," Petranilla said as soon as he was close. "May God bless her soul. Mother Cecilia told me." "You look shocked - but you know how ill she is." "It's not Aunt Rose. I've had other bad news." He swallowed. "I can't go to Oxford. -- Ken Follett
I'll be damned. Miranda Sweet, is it you or is my glaucoma acting up again?" Ruby Sue sat her glass down on the Formica countertop with a clank. "You always did know how to make an entrance. Who do you think you are, the Queen of England? -- Avery Flynn
Her real name will come later, but her current code name is Petunia. -- Mike Brown
Arlene was one of a kind, a true friend when I needed one, a grande dame from the old school. She was the sweetest of old ladies, and I will miss her dearly. All of those things are true, but the words I choose are far more profound.
"She smelled like cookies," I whisper through tears. -- David Arnold
Oh, Len, isn't she a darling? Just because she saw how our Bandboxful of furniture would rattle about in that big house like a peanut in a cocoanut shell, to lend us all hers! She is a darling. -- E. Nesbit
Hello, Hazel Levesque. -- Rick Riordan
Mrs. Crawford. As she walked into her -- Jacqueline Winspear
I wanted to know her the way a bee wants to know a great bright flower. -- William, Saroyan
Cold-hearted Elinor! Oh! Worse than cold-hearted! Ashamed of being otherwise.
Marianne Dashwood -- Jane Austen
RICH BOYS Heather L. Benton -- Heather L. Benton
Holy crap. It's Juliet! -- Brett Wright
Is it Rilla-my-Rilla? -- L.m. Montgomery
And Jasmine, royal princess and daughter of the sultan..." the little old religious man trailed off, confused. "I'm sorry, daughter. I don't remember all of your names. Rose of Agrabah? Twice Great-Granddaughter of Elisheba the Wise?"
"I think it was Elisheba," Jasmine said thoughtfully. -- Liz Braswell
Juliette. His voice hugs the letters in my name so softly I die 5 times in that second. -- Tahereh Mafi
The Lilly girl is always full of surprises. She lives everyday like it's a celebration, never has a dull moment, and makes every hour a happy hour. -- Lilly Pulitzer
In the struggle against sexual discrimination on Wall Street, Pamela K. Martens is a latter-day Rosa Parks - a woman who, metaphorically speaking, refused to sit in the back of the bus. -- Gary Weiss
Up rose Robin Hood -- Howard Pyle
Before I can process what's happening, Deirdre has opened her hands and Linden has taken the ring from her and slipped it onto my finger.
"Rhine Ashby," he says.
"My wife. -- Lauren Destefano
I'd like to add her initial to my monogram... -- Ira Gershwin
Your cousin might be a pretty face, but you, my darling, courageous, maddening, seductive, mysterious, wonderful Diana, you are the Duchess of Wakefield. My duchess. -- Elizabeth Hoyt
Who are you, Lucy Snowe? -- Charlotte Bronte
Ah, if I could only feel assured that it was right and not a blind impulse of a weak woman's heart!'" ~Rosamond -- Louisa May Alcott
Her name was Marroca, probably her maiden name, and she pronounced it as though it had fifteen r's in it. -- Guy De Maupassant
She was a Tri Delt, majoring in finding a diamond ring. -- Jane Smiley