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Meaning: Son of Maud; Matthew's son
Pronunciation: (MA dih son)
By Erin B 10/30/2012 06:58:00
British supermodel Naomi Campbell launched a pop-up fashion shop in east London to raise awareness of the spread of Ebola on Thursday.Sporting a thick fringe
Actor Burt Reynolds is staging a glitzy auction of his Hollywood memorabilia to help deliver him from debt.The "Deliverance" star is selling his 1998 Golden
Diddy recently opened up about the one that got away, and it wasn't Jennifer Lopez."He was at dinner and the subject turned to Cameron (Diaz)
Bollywood star hits out at 26-YEAR jail sentence for blasphemy over mock wedding on Pakistan TV, revealing she feared ordeal would make her miscarry baby boy
The devastated Bollywood actress sentenced to 26 years in prison for blasphemy in Pakistan has said she has been left reeling by 'the treatment from my own people'.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos arrives at Southwark Crown Court once more for day three of her drugs hearing, this time in a smart, light blue suit ensemble.
Yes, the pantomime season is upon us once more and playing at a (hospital) theatre near you is a fabulously entertaining new show called St Mariella’s Magnificent Menopause.
"Blind Massage", the award-winning new film by the enfant terrible of Chinese cinema Lou Ye, throws a rare spotlight on those who cannot see for themselves in a country where the disabled are often marginalised.
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