Alice wore a black nylon rain jacket that looked as if it was ill prepared to deal with the coming chill.
This preteen Alice (Tina Majorino) has clearly been listening to too much Liz Phair.
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But for someone so well-known as a diarist, we hear remarkably little from Alice herself.
John Douglas Marshall talks gumbo and Alice Waters with Kim Severson.
But for all that, Alice was counted in on every festive gathering.
She admitted only Hester and Margaret, and Alice, who brought him some refreshment.
"You ought not to have to say that, Alice," said Bettina, laughing nevertheless.
Alice turned pale when he told her that the ship was to sail that evening.
You must remember, therefore, that Alice may go to the city and come back no better.
fem. proper name, from Old French Aliz, from Old High German Adalhaid, literally "nobility, of noble kind" (see Adelaide). Among the top 20 most popular names for girls born in the U.S. from c.1880-1920. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" published 1865.