heloise heloise

Definition(s):

  • (n) student and mistress and wife of Abelard (circa 1098-1164)

News

  1. Hints from Heloise: It cost a bundle to replace deposit-box key

    Dear Heloise I decided to clean out my safety-deposit box, and when I went to get the key, I couldn't find it. It's been a few years since I had been to my safety-deposit box. It cost me 150 to have the box rekeyed. The sad part is, there really wasn't anything important in the box -- Gable in New York City
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Erie Times-News

  2. Heloise: Sort through old keys

    Dear Heloise: I decided to clean out my safety-deposit box, and when I went to get the key, I couldn't find it! It's been a few years since I had been to my safety deposit box.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Amarillo Globe-News

  3. Heloise: Cleaner does double duty

    Dear Heloise: While pretreating a piece of laundry for stains, I mistakenly grabbed a spray bottle of multipurpose cleaner, instead of my normal spot-remover product.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Amarillo Globe-News

Quotes

  1. Bushnell said she knew she wanted to be a writer when she was 8 years old and read "Heloise at the Plaza" about a little girl and her adventures in the big city.
    on Mar 8, 2009 By: Candace Bushnell Source: Enterprise News

  2. "I wrote the story of Heloise 30 years ago, as a gift to my wife Franca (an actress), who had wanted to play the role of France's most educated woman of the time," Fo, 81, told a book presentation this week. "The story belongs to a time when...
    on Nov 23, 2007 By: Dario Fo Source: Reuters India

  3. "Some weeklies pretty much repeat what's in the daily paper," Walker replied. "Others are very specialized. We've got a general-interest magazine that has cartoons, home-decorating features, Heloise, political columns, sports columns, and...
    on Jul 16, 2007 By: Mort Walker Source: Editor & Publisher

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