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Daphne And Celeste

Daphne Barak-Erez

Daphne Bavelier

Daphne Blake Oram (1925—2003) composer and sound engineer

Daphne C. Wiggins

Daphne Clair (b. 1939)

Daphne Du Maurier (1907—1989) novelist

Daphne Foskett (1911—1998) art connoisseur and writer

Daphne Frances Jackson (1936—1991) physicist and champion of women in science and engineering

Daphne Hardy Henrion (1917—2003) sculptor

Daphne J. Fairbairn

Daphne Marlatt (b. 1942)

Daphne Maurer

Daphne Wallace

Daphne Winifred Louise Vivian Fielding (1904—1997) writer and socialite

Daphne Yiu

Daphne's Flight

An den Baum Daphne


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A park 9 km. (5 ½ mi.) south of Antioch (1), at natural springs supplying the city's water. Its inviolate temenos, with a temple of Apollo and Artemis, was dedicated ...

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