Zelda


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Zelda

(ˈzɛldə)
n. a dull and ugly female. (see also Clyde.) Nobody’s gonna call my sister a Zelda and get away with it.
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LEGEND OF ZELDA: D OCARINA OF TIME 3D F (12+) Nintendo 3DS Out June 17
London, Feb 9 (ANI): Kate Moss's engagement ring was inspired by one of the 20th century's ultimate hellraisers- party animal Zelda Fitzgerald, it has emerged.
The first two books took us to Nazi-occupied Poland, where two young children, a boy called Felix and his friend Zelda try to survive the Holocaust--but unfortunately only one of them makes it.
** KILLEEN, Gretel I love you Zelda Bloo Penguin, 2010 184pp $19.95 pbk ISBN 9780143011606 SCIS 1454716
Zelda is a chihuahua who has spent the last month in a foster home recovering from neglect and pneumonia, and is finally well enough to be adopted to a new home.
Video games have been elevated in status from games and toys to works of art in and of themselves, and any familiar with the Zelda universe will find this analyzed and considered in this first philosophical investigation of the rules of Hyrule and the elements of Zelda's universe.
Zelda Coleman, now 87, served as a Lance Corporal in the Auxiliary Territorial Service - the women's branch of the British Army - in Chilwell, Nottingham, for most of the war.
The incident happened when a shopping bag caught the starter switch of Zelda Whitmore's mobility scooter turned on the electric motor and set it off across a busy road at the Royal Show at Stoneleigh.
Edited by Zeid Nasser The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess?
Zelda Fitzgerald receives little mention in the Historical Guide, and the attacks Fitzgerald scholars have launched against her recent biographer-champions suggest that she remains a disturbing figure--disturbing assumptions about history, literary-history, genius, and aesthetic value.
Laura McGee Kvasnosky's ZELDA AND IVY THE RUNAWAYS (0763626899, $14.99) returns the fabulous fox sisters to readers with a fresh new story of sisters.
He rescues Zelda, a little girl whose parents have been brutally murdered in their farmyard, and brings her with him on his search.
The prize-winning Hebrew poetry of Zelda Schneurson Mishkovsky (1914-1984) is hardly known to American readers, but Marcia Falk aims to change all that with her recent comprehensive translation of Mishkovsky's work in The Spectacular Difference.
News & World Report (21 June) headed Saving Zelda tells us "Careless Princess Zelda has been kidnapped again--this time by a wind demon--which means no rest for the spritely hero, Link."
However, 20th-century celebrity pairings start ed earlier with Zelda and F Scott Fitzgerald.