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  • proper n. A misspelling of the French Nadège.


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  • Taking the title of 'biggest fan' at the concert was Jabour's 20-month-old daughter Nadege, who pranced around in her pink-striped dress. - Home Page

  • The contagion to core countries like France has not stopped yet, said Nadege Dufosse, senior asset allocation manager at Dexia Asset Management.

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  • Donald Gouge, a lawyer representing Perez and Nadege, declined to comment on the committee's findings.

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  • Neuberger has petitioned Delaware Superior Court to add the students, Jennifer R. Perez and Nadege Tandoh, to the defamation lawsuit.

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  • Just down the street from Clafouti, Nadege takes an haute couture approach to their croissant making.


  • Line-ups were de rigueur this past summer across from Bellwoods Park but they weren't for Chippy's, Nadege or Clafouti.


  • "We are going to sell them on the streets so we can buy a bus ticket out of Port-au-Prince," explains Nadege, hiding her face from cameras and scrambling out of sight of the police.

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  • A Canadian army officer hands Nadege a paper bag of military food, as Nael plays behind her on a swing set. Top Stories

  • The birth, says Nadege, was terrifying under the circumstances, with no epidural. Top Stories

  • Two days later, with their house destroyed and camping out with relatives, Nadege went into labour. Top Stories


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