Nat

Nat or NAT may refer to:

  • Nat., an abbreviation for Natural
  • Nat, Mason County, West Virginia

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List Of Tol Concerts - Mini-concert in Thailand - Duet Mini-concert
... January 19, 2008 Nat-Tol in Stitch-Kero kae chob khon tee yoo trong na (Thai แค่ชอบคนที่อยู่ตรงหน้า) at German ... November 29, 2008 Nat-Tol Together Forever!! @ Hub5 December 23, 2008 NatToL Live!! @ The Story ...
Leysh Nat' Arak - Formats and Track Listings
... the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Leysh Nat' Arak" ... CD single "Leysh Nat' Arak" (Radio edit) – 411 "Leysh Nat' Arak" (Nueba mix) – 708 "Leysh Nat' Arak" (FDM mix) – 650 "Duden" – 638 12-inch single "Leysh Nat' Arak" (Radio edit) – 411 "Leysh ...
Christmas Special (TV Special) - Production
... In real life, Nat Wolff was inspired by president Barack Obama, while he was running for office, to re-compose the song "Yes We Can" ... Nat got to speak with Obama's two daughters on the phone ... Nat Wolff's mom and the series' creator Polly Draper wrote this episode based around his song ...
nat Conservateur
... The Sénat conservateur was a body set up in France during the Consulate by the Constitution of the Year VIII ... did nothing but reinforce the importance of the Sénat conservateur ...
Shunji Yatsushiro - Grand Prix Career Statistics
... Rank Wins 1986 500cc HRC-Moriwaki Honda NSR500 ESP NAT GER AUT YUG NED BEL FRA GBR SWE RSM 7 13th 1987. 500cc Rothmans-Honda NSR500 JPN ...

Famous quotes containing the word nat:

    Love is a thyng as any spirit free.
    Wommen, of kynde, desiren libertee,
    And nat to been constreyned as a thral;
    And so doon men, if I sooth seyen shal.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340–1400)

    Jesu Crist us sende
    Housbondes meke, yonge, and fresshe abedde,
    And grace t’overbyde hem that we wedde.
    And eek I preye Jesu shorte hir lyves
    That wol nat be governed by hir wyves;
    And olde and angry nigardes of dispence,
    God sende hem sone verray pestilence.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    I have swich love-longinge,
    That lik a turtle trewe is my moorninge:
    I may nat ete namore than a maide.”
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)