If Marshmallows at this screening are any indication, veronica Mars might be the one to beat the trend.
A few weeks ago, veronica Lighty denied to the Daily News that she and her husband had financial or marital woes.
Rob Thomas brought in a lot of old cast members from veronica Mars.
Hearts are broken, bad guys are busted, and veronica leaves Southern California, seemingly forever.
They had the whole crew from veronica Mars and decided to pay to produce it themselves.
Im filled with admiration for you, clever Muriel, praised veronica.
He needed a little persuasion, though, in spite of veronica.
No one else knew anything about veronica; that was kept a state secret.
veronica wrote to me; Ralph to his attorney and the Macdonalds.
He had been so sure that veronica was an enemy agent, and here he was one himself!
fem. proper name, a variant of Greek Berenike (see Berenice). The popular "Saint Veronica" (not in the Roman Martyrology) traditionally was a pious woman who wiped the face of Christ when he fell carrying the cross to Calvary. The image of his face remained on the cloth, and the "veil of Veronica" has been preserved in Rome from the 8c. Her popularity rose with the propagation of the Stations of the Cross. Some also identified her with the woman with the issue of blood, cured by Christ, as in the East this woman was identified from an early date by the name Berenike.
In sum, it seems likely that the story of Veronica is a delightful legend without any solid historical basis; that Veronica is a purely fictitious, not a historical character, and that the story was invented to explain the relic. It aroused great interest in the later Middle Ages in the general devotional context of increased concern with the humanity of Christ, especially the Holy Face, and the physical elements of his Passion. [David Hugh Farmer, "The Oxford Dictionary of Saints," 1978]Hence vernicle (mid-14c.) "picture of the face of Christ," from Old French veronicle, variant of veronique.
A homeless drifter who typically sleeps on the warm sidewalk air-vents from subways and other underground places: There are the bag ladies and the vent men (1970s+)