Okay. Searching on Google for “Cynthia is” returns:
Cynthia is the Secretary/Assistant that can offer Spanish-English. My note: I wouldn’t hire her after reading that sentence.
Cynthia is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Wordcraft Circle, Western Writers of America, and of The Texas Writers League.
Also available by Cynthia is a book she compiled with Leslie Clague and Sharon Cheslow entitled Banned in DC “photos and anecdotes from the DC punk underground from 1979–1986”. Please note that I copied this stuff, so I’m not responsible for the punctuation.
Strangely enough, even though Cynthia is one of rock’s most famous groupies and she’s been profiled and interviewed in the media many times over the years, Cynthia says she doesn’t want her mother to find out about her life as a groupie.
Cynthia is the subject of a film documentary called “Plaster Caster: A Cockumentary Film,” which was released in 2001.
As a bicycle commuter who just recovered from two broken bones thanks to a motorist’s negligence (guy flung open his SUV door in her path), Cynthia is now back on her bike and refers those who think she is crazy to “Is Cycling Dangerous?”
CYNTHIA is a new editor for the functional language SML.
Cynthia is the best wire harper I know.
Cynthia is now married!
David Carradine is the actor playing the hero and Cynthia is his personal assistant.
Cynthia is EASY.
Like last year, Cynthia is unstoppable.
Nine years later, Dr. Cynthia is still on the border.
Cynthia is currently writing a process book that will address how to take a photograph and make it into a quilt using her Picture Piecing technique.
Cynthia is honored to send autographs and postcards.
Cynthia Is the Mother of all the Gregory’s.