They had a child, a daughter named Rebecca, who still grapples with her black, white, and Jewish identity.
These passages feel the most lived in; aging, for Rebecca Winter, is less frightening than obsolescence.
But Dr. Rebecca Brightman, an ob-gyn in private practice, cautioned that such fears are overblown.
Rebecca Dana reports from Netroots Nation, where Twitter—not Bill or the other A-list pols—was the star.
Despite a talented young cast, including James McAvoy and Rebecca Hall, it collected less than $2 million in total box office.
Tell me honest, now, Rebecca, did Joe Chandler ever propose to you?
But the vine characters condemn Rebecca for any but the amateur.
At which Rebecca had said “that shee conceived hee could do as God.”
I'd rather you'd give me that privilege with yourself, charming Rebecca.
Rebecca Mary stared at him, her eyes and mouth big round O's of astonishment.
fem. proper name, biblical wife of Isaac, mother of Jacob and Esau, from Late Latin Rebecca, from Greek Rhebekka, from Hebrew Ribhqeh, literally "connection" (cf. ribhqah "team"), from Semitic base r-b-q "to tie, couple, join" (cf. Arabic rabaqa "he tied fast"). Rebekah, the form of the name in Authorized Version, was taken as the name of a society of women (founded 1851 in Indiana, U.S.) as a complement to the Odd Fellows.