- From the Catawba autonym iswä. (Wiktionary)
“Diego County.issa. house.gov Issa says, "As Congress continues to investigate and evaluate how both industry and regulators have responded to”
“Brazilian designer Daniella Helayel founded her label Issa in 2001 and has since been widely known as Middleton's favorite go-to designer for feminine, elegant dresses.”
“In other fashion news, the Guardian notes that Kate's fondness for the label Issa -- the brand of her sellout blue engagement dress -- means a lot of eyes will be watching designer Daniella Helayel's collection this week.”
“Her fashion sense has changed: she took the advice of fashion consultant Leesa Whisker and is often seen in the label Issa; the clothes are more sophisticated than the High Street chain-store outfits she used to wear, but not as expensive as couture labels.”
“According to Daniella, the name Issa was born out of a desire to come up with a name that was easy, short and could be said the same way no matter where you are in the world.”
“Issa is also one of the few Arab-Americans (of Lebanese descent) in Congress and is its wealthiest member.”
“Issa is enough of a paleo-conservative that he might really object to the Saudis getting so much power.”
“Spring Internship – The office of Congressman Darrell Issa is looking for motivated, hard-working interns to begin the week of March 15th in the Washington, DC office.”
“Not to mention the fact that Issa is hardly a fan of any kind of regulation.”
“Issa is nothing more than a grandstanding dolt who is using this incident to score cheap points.”
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