Caitlin



a female given name, Irish form of Cathleen, Kathleen.
Contemporary Examples

Pentagon Moves to Block Russian Spy Plane in American Skies Eli Lake April 17, 2014
Edward Snowden and What It Takes for an American to Get Asylum Caitlin Dickson June 10, 2013
Republican Benghazi Report Alleges State Department Coverup Eli Lake April 22, 2013
Lululemon Discovers What Men Have Always Known: Yoga Pants Are See-Through Misty White Sidell March 18, 2013
Sen. Ben Nelson’s Retirement Signals Twilight of Blue Dog Democrats John Avlon December 27, 2011
After Sandy, the American Red Cross Collects Both Criticism and Cash Lizzie Crocker, Caitlin Dickson November 23, 2012
‘The Good Wife’: Robert and Michelle King on Alicia, Kalinda, Renewal Prospects, and More Jace Lacob March 11, 2012
French President François Hollande Goes to Washington Tracy McNicoll May 17, 2012
‘The Good Wife’: Robert and Michelle King on Alicia, Kalinda, Renewal Prospects, and More Jace Lacob March 11, 2012
Cremains of the Day Jessica Ferri October 9, 2014

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