Results for: Células Endoteliales

In Name Origins

Where does the name lula come from?

According to some websites, Lula is related to Louise (Old German) and Luella (Old English).
In To Kill a Mockingbird

Who is Lula in the book To Kill A Mockingbird?

She's the African-American woman who goes to Calpurnia's church (or shows up at it, rather) who thinks that Jem and Scout shouldn't be at the Black church since black kids cou ( Full Answer )
In Music Genres

Who recorded Be-bop-lula?

Im not sure who recorded it first, but I know that many different artist sang it.
In Newspapers and Magazines

How much is one lula magazine?

My copy of issue 9 (purchased at a NYC newsstand) was $15.99. Well worth the money!
In Portuguese to English

What does the name lula mean?

Lula means 'squid' in Portuguese. So in Portugal (and other countires that speak Portuguese), if you said "lula, come here" they would think you were saying "squid, come here ( Full Answer )
In To Kill a Mockingbird

Reverend Sykes threatened to do What to Lula?

Reverend Sykes threatened to church Lula: quote " Don't pay no 'tention to Lula, she's contentious because Reverend Sykes threated to church her." (Lee, 119)
In Uncategorized

Who was lula Mae barnes?

Lula Mae Barnes is the real name of the character Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," a story by Truman Capote. It was made into a movie, with Audrey Hepburn playing ( Full Answer )
In Lyrics and Sheet Music

What are the lyrics to the lullaby lula lula bye?

Lula lula lula lula bye bye, do you want to moon to play with, and the stars to run away with? They'll be yours if you don't cry. Lula lula lula lula bye bye, to your mommies ( Full Answer )
In Washington

Who is lula Washington?

Lulu Washington is a dance choreographer. She and her husband started a dance company in 1980 that has blossomed into a large modern dance company. One of their main programs ( Full Answer )
In Names and Name Meanings

What does the name Lula Belle mean?

Lula is traditionally and originally an English diminutive (nickname) of Louise (and other names that sound similar). Louise comes from the masculine French, English, and ( Full Answer )