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- A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
(baby) pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
A young or newly born animal
The youngest member of a family or group
(baby) a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
(baby) the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
- Nadia district (?????? ????) is a district of the state of West Bengal, in the north east of India.
- Nadia is a 1984 made-for-television biopic of gymnast Nadia Comaneci. The film was directed by Alan Cooke.
- Nadia, Nadja, Nadija or Nadya is a female name, most commonly given in Europe. It has origins in French, Greek, Italian and Slavonic languages, coming from Nadyezhda, and means hope. It is nickname for Nadyezhda in Russian, but in most other languages is a name in its own right.
- eight: being one more than seven
- Bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material. It usually involves attaching covers to the resulting text-block.
- eight: the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one
The first gymnast to ever score a perfect 10 at the Olympics was Nadia Comaneci. From a small town in Romania, Nadia (Leslie Weiner, in her only feature film role) rose to international stardom. Under the coaching guidance of Bela Karoli, she pushed herself with the will of a champion. This movie does a wonderful job of showing how hard gymnasts must work as well as showing how much they must give up in their personal lives in order to achieve success. After winning three gold medals at the 1976 Olympics, her life spins out of control when Bela is removed as her coach. For the first time in her life she is on her own, she is the object of jealousy from her teammates, and her weight is out of control. She seeks out her former coach and asks for his help. Together they put Nadia back on the winning track. A family film with a lot to offer, Nadia shows in a credible way the highs and lows of celebrity. The gymnastics portions are terrific. A must if there's a budding gymnast or gymnastic enthusiast in your home. Made in 1984 for television. (Ages 5 to adult) --Peggy Maltby-Etra
LORD HELP US MOVIE
Final Version. Seriously this time, lol.
LORD HELP US (In Stores May 8)
Written, Directed and Edited by Shavar Ross
Producers: Michele Turner, Foster Corder and Alphonso Slater
Associate Producers: Pearl Devers, Danna Kiel, Rhonda Lee, Shawn Harrison and Kim Price
Executive Producers: Jacqueline Ross, Nicholas Turner and Shon Gables
Genre: Inspirational Romantic Comedy
Plot: Sometimes you find romance in places you'd never imagine! In this hilarious romp, unlucky-at-love Kayla and her best buddy Jewels help a recently widowed Baptist minister regain his flock and his life as they battle a scandalous rumor. Starring newcomer Bill Toliver, Nadia Turner (American Idol), Joe Clair (B.E.T.'s Rap City), Debra Wilson (MADtv, Scary Movie 4) and Margaret Avery (The Color Purple) with appearances by Omar Gooding, Al Jarreau, Tico Wells, Sam Sarpong and more, this delicious taste of love, family and friendship will leave you wanting more!
Website: LordHelpUsMovie.com (coming soon)
Margaret Avery (Oscar Nominee, The Color Purple)
Nadia Turner (American Idol Top 10 Finalist)
Joe Clair (Comedian, HBO Specials, BET's Rap City)
Debra Wilson (Mad TV, Scary Movie 4 as Oprah Winfrey)
Johnny Brown (Bookman from GoodTimes)
Aloma Wright (Scrubs, Johnson Family Vacation, The Gospel)
Deezer D (ER, CB4, In the Mix)
Sam Sarpong (MTV's Yo Mama, Love Don't Cost A Thing)
Marion Ramsey (Sgt. Laverne Hicks on the Police Academy Movies)
Al Jarreau (Grammy Award Winning Singer)
Tico Wells ("Choirboy" The Five Heartbeats)
Amentha Dymally (Baby Boy)
Silvia Moore (Screen Door Jesus)
and Introducing Bill Toliver
TITLE soundtrack by MELBA MOORE and KEVIN WYATT
Produced by Sean and John Dunson for Frame of Mind Entertainment
©2007.A Taste of Us Pictures, LLC.
©2007.Image Entertainment, Inc.
RE: Our New Baby
Just to clarify,
His name is actually Cohen Daniel Miller, I may have been a bit tired a week
ago and I hadn't realized my mistake.
-Brett, Nadia, and Cohen
I wanted to share a photo of our new baby, Daniel Cohen Miller.
He was born at 5:39 on June 24th, weighing 7 lbs., 20.5 inches long.
If you would like more pictures in the next few days feel free to respond to
-Brett, Nadia, and Cohen Miller
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nadia 8 babies
The World's Fair, Paris 1889: Young inventor Jean crosses paths with an enigmatic girl named Nadia and her pet lion, King, on the run from a trio of villains attempting to stealing the Blue Water - a mysterious jewel Nadia wears around her neck. So begins a quest that will take them around the world and through many, many adventures.
Based loosely on Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the sci-fi-fantasy Nadia, Secret of Blue Water (1990) opens at the Paris Exposition of 1889. Jean Ratlique, a young inventor and aspiring aviator, rescues Nadia, a circus acrobat, and her lion cub King from three robbers after her mysterious blue necklace. This exciting introduction leads to adventures in exotic settings, including the South Pole, Oceana, and Africa. In addition to encountering Captain Nemo and the Nautilus, Nadia, King, and Jean visit the 12,000-year-old remains of the Atlantean Empire. Secret of Blue Water boasts an impressive pedigree: Hayao Miyazaki proposed the idea as a young animation artist, and the first 22 episodes were directed by Hideaki Anno, the creator of Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's interesting to see how Miyazaki developed the combination of a heroine of unknown origin, a mysterious gem, a young aviator, and a lost civilization more fully in Castle in the Sky, and how some of the Atlanteans' science prefigures themes in Evangelion. But the story stalls when Nadia, Jean, and their friends are shipwrecked on a tropical island: the filmmakers just mark time until the villains reappear and main plot picks up. Nadia is a rare example of a heroine of color in anime, and her fervent defense of animal rights demonstrates her unusual strength of character. But she can also seem priggish and self-righteous when she bullies Jean and berates people who've saved her life. Secret of Blue Water remains a fan favorite almost two decades after its release, as its adventurous storyline appeals to audiences of both sexes. (Rated TV 14: violence, nudity, alcohol and tobacco use, minor risque humor, ethnic stereotypes) --Charles Solomon
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