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Proper noun
  1. A female given name.
  1. A female given name of French and Old French origin.
    1. (meaning, history) The light of the sun. A form of Helen.
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Eleanor and some of her entourage appeared before the barons dressed as Amazons, declaring their willingness to fight for Christ.
She and her mother had a good relationship and Eleanor was rarely short with her.
His gaze alighted on the journalist Eleanor Mills, by chance the stepdaughter of a Cabinet minister.
In the end, Lady Eleanor settled for a tender, parting kiss on each boy's forehead, affectionately ruffling his hair as she did so.
The girl, Eleanor by name, clutched a blanket in one hand as she stumbled down the stairs in footed pajamas.
Four females entered and Eleanor, to her shock, saw that their heads were shaven bald.

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