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  • She was born to Gershon and Adella (Hannah Traube) Kaplan, German-born immigrants, in Memphis, Tennessee, on May 12, 1887.

    Regina Kaplan.

  • RICK SANCHEZ, CNN CORRESPONDENT: I'm defining myself as the son of Paco and Adella, who came to this country as refugees.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2007

  • I'm defining myself as the son of Paco and Adella, who came to this country as refugees, who came to this country as immigrants and this to this day don't speak a lick of English, but their son does.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2007

  • I'm defining myself as the son of Paco (ph) and Adella (ph), who came to this country as refugees, who came to this country as immigrants, and to this day don't speak a lick of English.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2007

  • I'll tell you how I'm defining myself, defining myself as the son of Paco and Adella (ph) who came to this country as refugees, who came to this country as immigrants ...

    CNN Transcript Apr 28, 2007

  • I'm defining myself as the son of Paco and Adella, who came to this country as refugees, who came to this country as immigrants and to this day don't speak a lick of English but their son does.

    CNN Transcript Apr 29, 2007

  • If I had thrown myself at a man's head the way Adella Gilbert did at – but there, there, I must refrain from such thoughts.

    Further Chronicles of Avonlea

  • But she did say it, and, moreover, I caught Mary Gillespie and Adella Gilbert exchanging significant smiles.

    Further Chronicles of Avonlea

  • But it did sting that Adella Gilbert, across the road, who has a drunken husband, should pity "poor Charlotte" because nobody had ever wanted her.

    Further Chronicles of Avonlea

  • Next to the Blythes, they were her best friends in school and she always helped Adella with her sums.

    Rainbow Valley

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