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She had worked as a beautician since high school, first at flagship boutiques in the city and later for the disco diva Carol Douglas and on the sets of Spike Lee films.
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At this lively club, drag queen divas perform on a nightly basis.
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The Diva was, in the meantime, winning golden opinions on all sides.
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But dear Diva would have to see the new frock to-morrow afternoon, at the latest, when she came to the bridge-party.
Signor Graziano rose, a little stiffly, and led the pretty withered little Diva to the piano.
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To me her scales and exercises sounded more entrancing than any diva's rendering of masterpieces, I think.
A TOP-FLOOR IDYLGEORGE VAN SCHAICK
“Dear Diva; she loves a good gossip,” said Miss Mapp effusively.
Gontram did not say no, and immediately hurried to the diva's house to thank her.
THE SON OF MONTE-CRISTO, VOLUME II (OF 2)ALEXANDRE DUMAS PRE
Diva was incomparably the best disseminator of news: she walked so fast, and her telegraphic style was so brisk and lucid.
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