- n. A transliteration of the Russian female given name Инна.
- Romanization of the modern Russian given name Инна (Ínna), of uncertain origin. (One suggestion is Ancient Greek ἴννα (Ínna), from ἴννην (Ínnin) meaning "little girl".) (Wiktionary)
“The activists, identified as Inna Shevchenko, Oxana Shachko and Alexandra Nemchinova, eventually made it out of the woods and reached the village of Beki in the country's southeast.”
“For more information, call Inna Bayer at 650-917-9971 or e-mail”
“I Need You For Christmas "is the song recorded by singer Inna which is the fifth single from her debut album titled" Hot ".”
“Inna Shevchenko, 20, a spokeswoman for the group, admits no one was listening before they started stripping off.”
“We're in awe of the Jalapeño Cream Cheese pocket Inna Jams supplies the green, vegetal, mildly-sugared pepper quotient.”
“Following their years of lucrative partnership, Berezovsky is suing Patarkatsishvili's estate and widow, Inna, claiming he was the 50-50 owner of all Patarkatsishvili's business assets – including MSI.Berezovsky's claim, in the high court here, seeks half of £24m due to MSI after it sold Tevez outright in 2007 to Joorabchian himself, who bought the Tevez rights, via another company registered in the British Virgin Islands.”
“The industrial kitchen had "salt, pepper, garlic, onion—nothing exciting," says Inna Rabinovich, the Russian-born food technologist charged with reproducing the Moroccan fish balls.”
“Inna explains how to utilize the free audio processes for the greatest results.”
“Inna Segal, the creator of Visionary Intuitive Healing, is an internationally recognized healer, professional speaker, author, and television host.”
“When Inna was a teenager, she suffered from severe back pain, which continued to deteriorate despite visits to doctors, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals.”
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