Since nina Simone did compose much of her most pivotal music, the estate maintains control over its usage.
While the White Swan comes easily to nina, the dark mysteries of the Black Swan evade her.
nina Strochlic on the most shocking revelations from ‘Salt Sugar Fat.’
“Like nina Pham, she is a heroic person—a person who has dedicated her life to helping others,” he told a press conference.
In 1982, 20-year-old nina Stibbe moved from Leicester to be a nanny in London.
Thomas and nina were married at her home in Bangor, December 26, 1872.
Columbus told the rowers as Danny and nina got into the skiff.
We had just finished dressing, and nina had gone to pile fresh logs on the fire, when I heard a splash in the water of the creek.
He had never let go of nina's hand, but now he did, getting a lifeguard's hold on her.
Meanwhile the governess had, with the assistance of two of the negro attendants, brought nina into the house.
A cooling of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring somewhat less frequently than El Niño events but causing similar, generally opposite disruptions to global weather patterns. La Niña conditions occur when the Pacific trade winds blow more strongly than usual, pushing the sun-warmed surface water farther west and increasing the upwelling of cold water in the eastern regions. Together with the atmospheric effects of the related southern oscillation, the cooler water brings drought to western South America and heavy rains to eastern Australia and Indonesia. Compare El Niño.