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Let's raise the level a bit.

1-- The previous poster has posted the first name of a well-known real or fictional female.
2-- The next poster must first identify the female (or another well-known female with the same name), and may then post a new name with the next letter of the alphabet.

For instance, Poster A posts
Alice
Then Poster B posts
Alice B. Toklas, Gertrude Stein's longtime companion.

Bertha
etc.

Make sense? OK, here is the first name: ALBERTINE

Have fun googling.
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[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernice_King ]Bernice Albertine King[/url] :)

Bibiana
Not very good, Pucca-- Albertine is her middle name, not her first name... nor does she seem to use it.

[url=]Bibiana Fernandez[/url], the Spanish...uh... bombshell.

Charlotte

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[url=]Charlotte Gainsbourg[/url]

What about this one, MrM?:)

Dafne
Well, I am a little disappointed-- I had in mind people or characters of higher stature than movie bimbos.
Dafne = a nimph chased by the greek god apollo

now this one

elizabeth
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Mister MicawberWell, I am a little disappointed-- I had in mind people or characters of higher stature than movie bimbos.

Who did you have in mind with Charlotte? I've been searching a bit more and found that Jane Eyre's writer's surname was Charlotte, that doesn't cound, does it?:P
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, or [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_II_of_the_United_Kingdom#_note-sur ]Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom[/url].

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Jane Eyre's writer's surname was Charlotte
No, her name is Charlotte Bronte, which would have been an excellent choice.
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