Paulina

Paulina or Paullina was the name shared by three relatives of the Roman Emperor Hadrian: his mother, his elder sister and his niece. ==Mother of Hadrian== Domitia Paulina or Paullina, Domitia Paulina Major or Paulina Major, (Major Latin for the elder), also known as Paulina the Elder (?-85/86). Paulina was a Spanish Roman woman who lived in the 1s...
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Paulina

[CTA station] ==History== Paulina Station opened in 1907 as part of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad`s Ravenswood branch. The station closed on September 2, 1973, but reopened on October 17 of the same year. Upon reopening, the station was only open on weekdays from 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM. On November 29, 1987, the station returned to full op...
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Paulina

[given name] Paulina is a female given name. It is a female version of Paulinus, a variant of Paulus meaning the little. Paula and Pauline are variants on this name. ==Famous Paulinas== ===Fictional characters=== ==People== ...
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Paulina

Paulina is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `small, modest` The name Paulina is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Pasha (Russian) Paula (English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Hungarian, Romaniann) Paulie Paola (Italian, Spanish) The name sound...
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Paulina

Paulina is wife to Antigonus in
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