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  • helen What is it then about Helen Perowne?
  • helena "I never liked Helena for you," he said.
  • lena Lena and Rob bent toward her, that not a word might be lost.
  • salerno Donna Lucrezia approved of the arrangement as she did not want the marquis to think that I had only come to Salerno for her sake.
  • salon My astonishment at how he obtained admission to the Salon was even less than my fear of his recognising me.
  • sealing For the memory of that surge of emotion, transient though it had been, in which their discussion had culminated, that afternoon, stood between them like a warning ghost, an implacable finger sealing its lips and theirs with the sign of silence.
  • seen I have never seen them; they are quite schoolgirls-children, I suppose?
  • selling And I might have been selling pills on the grounds!
  • selma General Buford's ordered to Selma and Dr. Cowan's sister lives there.
  • senna If the bowels, after the ten days, be not properly opened, a dose or two of syrup of senna should be given: that is to say, one or two tea-spoonfuls should be administered early in the morning, and should, if the first dose does not operate, be repeated in four hours.
  • seven Seven septyni sedm' saptan.
  • silent She was silent a moment; and then she said, "Please let us not speak of that."
  • sling And I did be carried then in a sling unto the Great Lift, and there did be a bed in the lift, and the Doctor to have me to lie upon the bed; and I to know that he also to know that I never to need a bed any more; neither should I ever to come upward again in the Lift.
  • solon East of Wadai and nearer the Nile lay the kindred state of Darfur, a Nubian nation whose sultans reigned over two hundred years and which reached great prosperity in the early seventeenth century under Soliman Solon.
  • sullen "I'm only a farm-hand," was the sullen reply.
  • Sloan "That's Old Dad Sloan," whispered Damon Tamroy.
  • Celina In the first place, Rose a Charlitte had given up the inn. Shortly after the Englishman had gone away, her uncle had died, and had left her, not a great fortune, but a very snug little sum of money-and with a part of it she had built herself a cottage on the banks of Sleeping Water River, where she now lived with Celina, her former servant, who had, in her devotion to her mistress, taken a vow never to marry unless Rose herself should choose a husband.
  • Elena To me it seems, he said, that that fair-haired daughter of the Greeks, Madonna Elena, the slim, the rosy-fingered disturber of the repose of cities, hath appeared to distract this our city of Padua.
  • Selena Brown (1997) – based on the relationship between Queen Victoria and Scottish servant John Brown following the death of Prince Albert Paradise Road (1997) – American war film about a group of English, American, Australian, and Dutch women imprisoned by the Japanese in Sumatra during World War II Prefontaine (1997) – based on the life of Olympic hopeful Steve Prefontaine, a middle and long-distance runner who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics and died at age 24 in a car accident Private Parts (1997) – based on eccentric radio DJ Howard Sterns 1993 autobiography of the same name Rosewood (1997) – dramatization of a 1923 racist lynch mob attack on an African American community Selena (1997) – based on the life of Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla Perez Seven Years in Tibet (1997) – based on the autobiographical travel book written by Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer, based on his real life experiences in Tibet between 1944 and 1951 during World War II and the interim period before the Communist Chinese Peoples Liberation Army resumed control of Tibet in 1950 Titanic (1997) – based on the events of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, directed by James Cameron Wilde (1997) – based on events in the life of Irish writer Oscar Wilde; starring Stephen Fry 1998 A Civil Action (1998) – based on the book of the same name by Jonathan Harr, telling the true story of environmental pollution that took place in Woburn, Massachusetts in the 1980s Daun di Atas Bantal (1998) – Indonesian award-winning film based on true stories of the lives of three street boys in Yogyakarta in Java, Indonesia, directed by Garin Nugroho Elizabeth (1998) – centered on the early years of the reign of Elizabeth I of England and her difficult task of learning what is necessary to be a monarch Gia (1998) – based on the life of Gia Carangi, a top American fashion model during the late 1970s and early 1980s Gods and Monsters (1998) – depiction of the last days of British film director James Whale Patch Adams (1998) – the story of the medical doctor, clown, performer, and social activist Patch Adams, directed by Tom Shadyac Psycho (1998) – inspired by the crimes of the real-life serial killer, Ed Gein; remake of Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho (1960) Saving Private Ryan (1998) – inspired by the story of the Niland Brothers during World War II, directed by Steven Spielberg Without Limits (1998) – biographical film about the relationship between record-breaking distance runner Steve Prefontaine and his coach Bill Bowerman, who later co-founded Nike, Inc.
  • Serena A gray-haired widow from the "Sheltering Arms," to which Sister Serena belonged, and a Sister of Charity from the hospital in X--, were already ministering tenderly in the crowded ward; and both had essayed to coax away the little figure clutching her mother's gown; but the flaring white cap of one, and the flapping black drapery of the other, frightened the trembling child.

75 words made from the letters selena

3 letter words made from selena:

ene, als, sea, ans, ese, eel, sen, ale, see, lan, enl, lee, nee, ane, lea, sle, asl.

4 letter words made from selena:

5 letter words made from selena:

elsan, anees, neals, esnal, eales, lenes, leans, aneel, senal, lasne, easle, anele, elans, lenas, elsen, slean, sanel, lease, lense, easel, nelas, selan, salen, eanes, seale, aseel, anese, nease, nesle, seena, alsen.

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