Nana


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Nana

indictment of social decay during Napoleon III’s reign (1860s). [Fr. Lit.: Nana, Magill I, 638–640]

Nana

Newfoundland, nurse to the children. [Br. Lit.: J. M. Barrie Peter Pan]
See: Dogs

Nana

gentle old dog; guards the Darling children. [Br. Lit.: Peter Pan]

Nana

beautiful lady who thrived on a troop of men. [Fr. Lit.: Nana, Magill I, 638–640]
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Because of the commitment that NANA has made to the people of the region, it has worked to build a partnership that allows shareholders to benefit directly from the UKMP project in the same way they have from Red Dog Mine.
My wife Marian and I worked with Nana for whole semesters at Ashesi University and we usually lived in the same house.
Camp Nana Papa[TM] began as a way for founder Donnie Cranfill to honor his beloved grandmother, Flora Bell Carlton.
There is no judgment in Llosa's lens; her concern is to understand with compassion why Nana and Ivan do what they do, not to berate them for their actions.
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Nana said there were wrapped evidences of suspected shabu and marijuana among other prohibited drugs that were sent to the Philippine National Police crime laboratory in Camp Crame, Quezon City for testing and confirmation.
Nana said: "Since I have had a chance to come this far in life, I thought it would be worth celebrating, singing songs for all my dear friends, the audience.
org), where you can access support and forums online and it also has lots of useful advice, including how to go about getting an assessment for your nana to find out if she's entitled to financial help to access certain services like help with housework and gardening.
Edificada en 1908, la subestacion electrica de la Mexican Light and Power, ubicada en el callejon de San Juan de Dios, en la populosa colonia Guerrero, fue bautizada por los tranviarios como La Nana, por ser la nodriza que alimentaba el transporte que operaban.
First published in 1880, Nana is the ninth of Emile Zola's Rougon-Macquart cycle.
Mother Tubman, Mama Moses, or Nana Tubman--what is the reason for all these very personalized names for the great herstoncal figure known to millions of others simply as Harriet Tubman?