Now another bout of indecision threatens Miranda's very existence.
So many people only know you as Miranda on Sex and the City.
Miranda Green on what to expect—and whether a plan will materialize.
But Miranda Green reports that not even the House GOP has targeted the agency.
Miranda Priestley berating her magazine underlings in The Devil Wears Prada.
It was to the other side that Miranda eagerly called attention.
All that would have been none of Ham's business or Miranda's.
Ah, I recognize our dear Miranda's affectionate constancy there!
They shouted at us some name—a woman's name, Miranda or Melissa—or some such thing.
They knew well that sibylline look on the face of Miranda Brown.
fem. proper name, fem. of Latin mirandus "worthy to be admired," gerundive of mirari "to admire" (see miracle).
criminal suspects' arrest rights in U.S., 1967, in reference to Fifth Amendment cases ruled on by U.S. Supreme Court June 13, 1966, under heading Ernesto A. Miranda v. the State of Arizona.