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Nathalie

[ nat-l-ee; French na-ta-lee ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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I’m not on any of them and it’s registered in Nathalie’s husband’s name.

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Jake Adelstein and Nathalie Stucky report on this exclusive data—and what Japan needs to do next to understand the health impact.

Jake Adelstein and Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky report from the fortune-telling frontier.

Jake Adelstein and Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky on the bloody, seven-year battle between the Dojin-kai and the Seido-kai.

He speaks to Jake Adelstein and Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky about making the film and his dark fears of water.

Jake Adelstein and Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky on the whale-hunting controversy roiling Japan.

Few could have worn this hair like that, but it was eminently becoming to Nathalie, whom everything became.

A rusty key grated in a lock, the door swung open with a creaking sound, and the bright face of Nathalie Marsh looked out.

He was not a marrying man, that was evident; and yet he did seem rather serious with Nathalie Marsh.

Captain Cavendish, contrary to her express orders, had seen Nathalie home from a little sociable at her mother's.

In the June moonlight, the English officer drove Nathalie home, and it was not all theatricals they talked by the way.

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