Gretchen

[band] Gretchen is a female-fronted alternative rock band from Bristol, Tennessee featuring heavy guitar tones and emotional, ethereal melodies led by husband and wife team of Dave and Mia Richards. Mia took on bassist duties after the "Mouth Full of Nails" album due to the difficulty of keeping a regular bass player. ==Music== According to
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Gretchen

[entertainer] Maria Odete Brito de Miranda, known as Gretchen (May 29, 1959 in Rio de Janeiro – ) is a Brazilian singer. She became notorious as the Rainha do Bumbum ("Butt Queen") in the late 1970s. Her stage name was taken from 1976 film Aleluia, Gretchen that tells the story of a German Brazilian immigrant family. ==Career== After doin
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Gretchen

Gretchen is a German girl name. The meaning of the name is `Pearl` Where is it used? The name Gretchen is mainly used In German.See also In Welsh and In English: Megan In Welsh: Mererid In Welsh: Mared In Welsh: Marged In Swedish, German and In English: Greta In Spanish and In Russian: Margarita In Slovene: Marjeta In Scottish: Peigi In Portugu
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Gretchen

[play] Gretchen is a tragic four-act play, in blank verse, written by W. S. Gilbert in 1878–79 based on Goethe`s version of part of the Faust legend. The play was first performed at the Olympic Theatre on 24 March 1879. The piece starred Marion Terry in the title role, H. B. Conway as Faustus and Frank Archer as Mephisto. The play was not
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Gretchen

[given name] Gretchen is a female given name of German origin, though it became common in many other countries. It is a pet form of Greta, Grete or Margaret. Its popularity increased with a major character in Goethe`s "Faust" having this name. In Germany it became commonly referred to as being archaic. ==Television== People with the given n
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