His lovely wife, who is also a formidable actress, Celia, has lent it to me for a couple of months, and I do really love it.
Celia Eydeland, 17Piano since 7, played at Carnegie Hall, music honors program.
Celia McGee has been the media columnist of the New York Daily News and the publishing columnist for The New York Observer.
Celia McGee has been the publishing columnist of the New York Observer and writes regularly for The New York Times and others.
Celia McGee talks to the screenwriter turned novelist already being compared to Dennis Lehane.
The wistful note in Celia's voice told something of her struggle.
Eleven o'clock was striking, and Celia went off with her aunt.
Celia was sitting as usual before a pile of exercise books in her shabby little parlour.
Yes, I heard Celia say that he was starting for Naples this evening at six o'clock.
To his surprise, and to the surprise of the others, Celia consented at once.
fem. proper name, from Italian Celia, from Latin Caelia, fem. of Caelius, name of a Roman gens. Sheila is a variant.