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  1. Christinenoun

    A female given name from Ancient Greek.

    "Chris?" he repeated after her very softly, his eyes upon her, tenderly indulgent. "Ah! let it be Christine. I may call you that?"

    Etymology: Borrowed from French Christine, a cognate of English Christina.

  2. Christinenoun

    A city and town in North Dakota.

    Etymology: Borrowed from French Christine, a cognate of English Christina.

  3. Christinenoun

    A town in Texas.

    Etymology: Borrowed from French Christine, a cognate of English Christina.

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  1. Christine

    Christine is a horror novel by Stephen King, published in 1983. It tells the story of a vintage automobile apparently possessed by supernatural forces. Later that same year, a film adaptation, directed by John Carpenter and starring Keith Gordon, John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul, and Harry Dean Stanton, was released. In April 2013, PS Publishing is scheduled to release Christine in a limited 30th Anniversary Edition.

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    Rank popularity for the word 'Christine' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3509

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Christine in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Christine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of Christine in a Sentence

  1. Donald Tusk:

    Christine Lagarde will ... be a perfect president of the European Central Bank, i am absolutely sure that she will be a very independent president ...

  2. Sandeep Vaheesan:

    Epic retaining Christine Varney is significant, it shows Epic is serious about this suit.

  3. Chuck Grassley:

    We have done it because we want to depoliticize the whole process like the Democrats politicized the Anita Hill thing, the whole purpose is to create an environment where it is what Christine Blasey Ford has asked for -- it be professional and not be a circus. That's what we're up to.

  4. Christine Simmons:

    Tolers lawyer Dawn Collins told The Associated Press, referring to Tolers postgame comments. Coaches speak to their players to get them fired up, many coaches use harsher language and far more controversial language. If the term is not OK, its not OK for everyone. But Toler said initially Eric Holoman had publicly dismissed accounts Eric Holoman or Sparks players were offended by her language and that only later when the decision came under scrutiny that she was let go because of the outburst. It is unclear who within the Sparks organization Toler registered her complaints with about the alleged Simmons-Holoman relationship. However, Toler said in the suit that even after Christine Simmons left the organization in 2018 Christine Simmons had influence on decisions the team would make because of Christine Simmons personal relationship with Eric Holoman. Toler said Christine Simmons was looking into trading Parker, but because Christine Simmons and Parker were close Eric Holoman wouldnt let Christine Simmons make a deal. I wasnt part of the clique, Toler told the AP. Every day people would have no idea what I went through here working for the Sparks after they were acquired by this ownership.

  5. Christine Matthews:

    There is this subset that is unhappy culturally, economically, internationally, christine Matthews is sort of exacerbating this alienation and anger and bringing it out.

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    (music) a curved line spanning notes that are to be played legato
    • A. macron
    • B. slur
    • C. anestrus
    • D. brashness

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