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By Ana Marie Cox Just in time for Christmas, Glenn Beck goes for hipster-chic as a conservative fashion statement.
The hospital and the Spanish health minister, Ana Mato, confirmed the infection.
Ana Gandley runs Project Shapeshift, one of the oldest sites for individuals with eating disorders.
The vast majority of pro-ana site users were adults, not teenagers, nor were they necessarily emaciated.
Photojournalist Ana Lira is from the northeastern city of Recife and a founding member of Urban Rights.
Is credulity to be winged and crowned, while honest doubt is chained ana damned?
At one time these people were called Anabaptists, ana being the Greek word for "again."
All these bear the same name, with the prefix of the dedicatory patron, Santa Ana.
May we be worthy any eyes, or knowledge, When we are used thus?Ana.
Haditha is thirty-five miles from Khan Baghdadi, and Ana is an equal distance beyond.
On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ana, such as: oeuvre, analects, anthology, chrestomathy, classics, and library.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.