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Pamela

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The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Pamela

    a novel of Richardson's, from the name of the heroine, a girl of low degree, who resists temptation and reclaims her would-be seducer.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Pamela in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Pamela in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Pamela in a Sentence

  1. Pamela Card:

    Pamela Card have to fill in a simple form, they asked for an ID to confirm Pamela Card name, I showed my Mexican national ID and that was all.

  2. Baron Cohen:

    We did that scene twice, actually, the first time we did it at a book signing and I grabbed Pamela Anderson over my shoulder and ran out with Pamela Anderson and no one did anything. I was like, what kind of fans are these ?

  3. Betsy Grunch:

    I saw Pam's video and spoke with Pamela Mehta and we wanted to collaborate on a combined video to try to express, you know, our support not only to women but just to our medical community and how we can try to express how we care for them and how we're there for them and how we can support women's health and, you know, just represent our belief that we all need to be supportive during this time.

  4. Lee County:

    Riess' mode of operation is to befriend women who resemble Pamela Hutchinsons and steal their identity.

  5. Lee County:

    Pamela Hutchinsons was targeted by the suspect due to the similarities in their appearance.

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