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“Men are intimidated by high-powered women,” says Kelleher, who has worked with Lady Victoria Hervey and Tia Carrera.More Rich, High-Powered Women Are Turning to Matchmakers to Find Love
August 15, 2012
Brianna Bates, Tia Griffin, LaChae Oates, and Lanette Samith each gave birth to their children before they were 18 years old.Teen Moms’ Graduation Triumph
July 29, 2011
Tonight, the Oscar-nominated Trouble the Water—a documentary by filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal, premieres on HBO.The Katrina Horror Story You Haven't Heard
April 23, 2009
“Yet it is so, and much trouble, also deaths,” stated Tia Luz.
None of the Mexicans thought he would get well, but Tia Luz cured him.
Billie forgot her sulkiness in her joy at the elopements of Tia Luz.
Tia Picores gave a grunt of satisfaction as she settled into a chair.
The family of tia Picores could not be the talk of the Fishmarket all the time.
- transient ischaemic attack; a stroke causing minor and temporary symptoms
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- transient ischemic attack
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