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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.
He kept getting traded, his numbers weren’t all too flashy, he seemed like a diva … funny how winning can change all of that.
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At this lively club, drag queen divas perform on a nightly basis.
The Diva was, in the meantime, winning golden opinions on all sides.
A SIRENTHOMAS ADOLPHUS TROLLOPE
But dear Diva would have to see the new frock to-morrow afternoon, at the latest, when she came to the bridge-party.
MISS MAPPEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
Signor Graziano rose, a little stiffly, and led the pretty withered little Diva to the piano.
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.
MISS MAPPEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
Gontram did not say no, and immediately hurried to the diva's house to thank her.
Diva was incomparably the best disseminator of news: she walked so fast, and her telegraphic style was so brisk and lucid.
MISS MAPPEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON

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