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  • n. Plural form of nana.


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  • There are many types of moms, mothers, mommies, nanas, grannies and great grandmothers out there, and there are a perfect gifts for each and every one.

    Amanda Poses: Mother's Day Gifting From a Mom

  • The chef can prepare whatever you wish, but usually the menu is a mix of international cuisine: a butter-lettuce salad with apples, pancetta-wrapped sea scallops, and prawn gadon sambal nanas (prawns steamed in banana leaf with pineapple sauce).

    A Perfect Day

  • The nanas are pretty spectacular, so I can see why they are covetable.

    Artists Date at Home

  • I didn't like the nanas very much -not sure why, but I liked most of her other exhibits.

    Artists Date at Home

  • Maybe try rubbing bbq sauce or mashed nanas on your nipple before nursing?

    How To Feed A Baby And Not Lose Consciousness Trying

  • The nanas are lounging on the sand, their hair pulled back tight into sleek ponytails, with no makeup no need, caramel tans, gold bracelets from Marseilles, and… half of their bathing suits missing.

    Words in a French Life

  • Don't worry though, I won't split on you: They were a bunch of nanas as well.

    Council legal department threatens us

  • Simply slice the nanas and grate over some nutmeg - perhaps spinkle with cinnamon and/or allspice. grate the chocolate over and drizzle with honey.

    At My Table

  • For me the memory of Thanksgivings at my nanas house with all the grandkids being a wonderful experience will never change.

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: 400th Post!!! How do you frame your memories?

  • Ceci dit, le mec à droite avec les lunettes me convient tout à fait : au nom de toutes les nanas touchées par la malédiction du "célibat d'été", je te demande de prendre des gros plans la prochaine fois :-p

    21:50 and peachy


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