She Mattersby Susanna Sonnenberg The author collects female friends like kitchenware, but engineers many interpersonal collapses.
Susanna C. Larsson, et al. “Coffee Consumption and Risk of Stroke in Women.”
Scott Walker, Haley Barbour, Michael Steele, Susanna Martinez, and others have made similar remarks.
She went past me out of the room; I hurried after her; what did I care for Susanna at this moment?
You want me to ask—to ask Elviry and Susanna and them to come in here?
Proposals of a marriage between Mr. Draper and my daughter Susanna.
Susanna was less strong than Sarah and less amiable than Amelia.
Susanna felt great pleasure on seeing the affectionate, confidential understanding between the betrothed.
There is not a house in which you would not see Amelia's and Susanna's work.
Susanna saw him once cast an inquiring glance upon the guide, and he shook his grey head.
fem. proper name, from Latin Susanna, from Greek Sousana, from Hebrew Shoshannah, literally "a lily." One of the women that attended Jesus in his journeys.
lily, with other pious women, ministered to Jesus (Luke 8:3).