One sunny morning in May 1965, after the snow had finally melted, Elisabeth had phoebe over to her yard.
Last year, a group of several Boston teenagers allegedly tormented 15-year-old phoebe Prince until she took her own life.
When asked about the suicide of phoebe Prince, Koocher said he did not know about the affair to comment.
small North American flycatcher, pewit, 1700, phebe, so called in imitation of its cry; spelling altered (1839) by influence of the woman's proper name Phoebe.
fem. proper name, late 14c., originally a name of Artemis as the goddess of the moon, from Latin Phoebe, from Greek phoibos "bright, pure," of unknown origin. The fem. form of Phoebus, an epithet of Apollo as sun-god.
Five or the point of five (1940s+ Crapshooting)