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nada

(ˈnɑdɑ)
n. nothing; none. (Spanish.) I asked him, but he didn’t say nada.
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He further informed that the NADA has now asked the federation to provide a location where Punia can be tested.
At first, Whitney simply justified her actions to Nada.
The AIFF meanwhile, says it will review the NADA report and take proper decision.
Divorce is just like marriage, it can't be hidden," said Nada in a telephone interview with Al Ain news.
This time also NADA facilitated a sound platform for the multitalented undergraduates of the University to showcase their aesthetic talents beyond the classroom education.
The neighborly hostility Nada feels makes her clutch all the more tightly to the house and her fragmentary memories.
We lost precious time with Nada and she started formal schooling at the age of seven.
When that happens, Nada gets a permit that allows her to keep them as "educational animals.
Piedras rodantes (1988), Dame tu sucio amor (1994), Hija de perra (1998), Nada (2003) y Bracea (2007) de Malu Urriola (1) incorporan en sus respectivos territorios poeticos, de manera mas o menos evidente, el significante muerte.
Injaz Development Company has announced that the construction phase of key infrastructure works at the Al Nada project in Dammam is complete.
Nada yoga is an ancient Indian metaphysical system.
E destos morauedis somos pagados, e nada non finco por pagar (1240.
Nada Al-Ahdal, an 11-year-old Yemenite girl, ran away from her home and family after she learned of her family's plans to marry her off to a rich, older Yemenite man living in Saudi Arabia.
SANA'A, July 31 -- The story of the Nada Al-Ahdal continues to generate controversy as most recently a Yemeni childhood organization has undermined its credibility.
Heartbroken Nada Siddiqui has joined a group of other grieving mums in the desperate hope of overcoming the death of her one-year-old daughter.