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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In her statement, she also alleged that the investigation process has slowed down "due to constant threat calls from Nana's people received by many key witnesses from our side who have been unable to record their statement due to fear and intimidation."
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Nana is an abridged version of 'Ba-Nana,' which can also be a licit type of oil," Brooks said.
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Nana Gecaga, who is the managing director of KICC, was gifted Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
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Nana's first love, and most constant focus, was the plight of street girls, girls who could not complete their education, and the social policies, cultural norms, and practices that dismissed and demeaned women and girls, especially in Africa, but throughout the world.
She then spent eight minutes chatting to an operator, giving them the crucial information they needed to get her nana to safety.