“She has a very deep and active inner life,” said Huston of Eileen.
Eileen Rockefeller is the first woman in her family to write a memoir about her world-famous clan.
“I think anybody that really wants to make a business knows they can get around anything,” said Eileen.
Another impeccably cast performance goes to Missi Pyle, who plays a Nancy Grace-esque cable news host named Eileen Abbott.
My brothers and sisters in the back seat formed an a cappella choir chanting an enraged “Eileen!”
He raced across the sands as Eileen Graham opened her eyes, and supported her as she struggled to her feet, pale and trembling.
Eileen Garth was "tall and slim," "good-looking, but rather snappy."
Eileen stirs and sighs wearily, a frown appearing for an instant on her forehead.
Between his mother and that girl, Eileen Garth, he was in a tight place.
Eileen and I have our house divided by a Mason and Dixon line.
fem. proper name, from Celtic (cf. Irish Eibhlin) but influenced in form by Helen.