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  • proper noun A female given name, a rather rare spelling variant of Natalie.

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Examples

  • The star of Max Ophüls' Lola Montés, Henri Decoin's unforgettable ATOMIC AGENT aka Nathalie, Agent Secret which no reader of this blog has yet sent to me, I am sad to say and, evidently, some Esther Williams-type movies.

    Something Extra with Your Morning Coffee

  • The star of Max Ophüls' Lola Montés, Henri Decoin's unforgettable ATOMIC AGENT aka Nathalie, Agent Secret which no reader of this blog has yet sent to me, I am sad to say and, evidently, some Esther Williams-type movies.

    Archive 2008-04-13

  • St. Elias Banquet Hall, 750 Ridgewood Ave. For tickets or for more information, please call Nathalie at 613-612-6228.

    Embassy

  • It's a bit of a father-son project, as Ivan Reitman aquired the remake rights to "Nathalie" four years ago, and will produce it with his son, Jason.

    Amanda Seyfried And Liam Neeson Will Cheat Their Way Through ‘Chloe’ » MTV Movies Blog

  • A remake of the French film "Nathalie," Moore will play a wife who is suspicious her husband (played by Neeson) is having an affair.

    Amanda Seyfried And Liam Neeson Will Cheat Their Way Through ‘Chloe’ » MTV Movies Blog

  • And Anne Fontaine's "Nathalie," currently in theaters, stars Emmanuelle Beart in the unusual role of a hooker hired by a wife to seduce her husband.

    CHANGE OF DIRECTION

  • The fruit of the winter of 1883 and 1884, included also the too-popular "Nathalie" dances, (where, for once, Ivan over-melodized); the "Cinderella" ballet; and his symphonic poem "Dream of Italy."

    The Genius

  • And there isn’t a great deal of evidence to suggest that the original, a little-seen Gerard Depardieu film called Nathalie, warranted an English language remake.

    John wasn’t turned on by CHLOE | Obsessed With Film

  • He could put 'Nathalie' (then starring it at the Alhambra) to shame with her puny 56-lb. weight in each hand, and could 'turn the arm' of her athletic father as if it had been nothing more than a hinge-rusted nut-cracker.

    Faces and Places

  • Canadian director Atom Egoyan takes the 2003 movie "Nathalie" by French director Anne

    Hurriyet Dailynews

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