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gena

(ˈdʒiːnə)
n
the cheek or side of the head
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Gena and Scott, however, believe they know the answer and attribute the good development to divine grace.
It begins with the determination of Paul & Gena Suarez, founders of The Old Schoolhouse[R], that money should not prevent any child from receiving the best homeschool education.
Polish Gena, youngest of nine children, lost most of her family after war began when she was 16.
The Holocaust Educational Trust said "a shining light has gone out", adding Gena had "tirelessly" shared her story to ensure the "horrors of the Holocaust are never forgotten".
They claimed that in 2013, chemical Gadolinium, used in MRI imaging scans, left Gena weak, tired and with debilitating bouts of pain and a burning sensation linked to 'gadolinium deposition disease'.
"We are proud of our product and excited to offer a premium water at an affordable price point" says Gena Norris, owner and CEO.
Gena, from Westport in Co Mayo, said: "We were very lucky but lots of our neighbours weren't, a lot of our staff are homeless after the storm.
When Gena left home for college, she took on a new life approach.
Holding a unique spot in the industry as an executive with more than 20 years of leadership experience, Gena C.
Gena, a senior at a posh boarding school, and Finn, newly graduated from college, are both members of the fandom for Up Below, a television show about two firefighters named Jake and Tyler.
Also awarded an honorary Oscar at the event was actress Gena Rowlands, whose rich film career includes 10 movies she made with her husband John Cassavetes.