OK so I just found out I’m expecting again. Me and hubby are already pretty sure about the name we want if we have another boy but we have no idea about a first name for a girl. I’m not even sure if I want it to be a girly name, or a unisex name or an elegant/old fashioned name. I have no clue. The only thing we are sure of is that we would want her middle name to be Angelique, after a beloved family member of mine who is terminally ill. Please give me first names to go with the middle name Angelique! My family is of ‘Cajun’ descent too if that helps (hence the name Angelique), but I am open to names of any culture.
Here are some suggestions:
My favorite is Liliane Angelique. Liliane is pronounced lil YAHN, not LIH lee en, and is French.
Hope this helps!
Trailer for the feature film The Devil's Music. Coming 2008
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The photographs that revealed the torture and abuse of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib shocked the world. American military personnel and civilian contractors are seen engaged in practices prohibited by the Geneva Conventions, the Army Field Manual, and U.S. and international law. Further revelations about CIA rendition policies, deaths in custody, Guantanamo detainees, and government secrecy raise critical questions about U.S. culture and the practices and conditions that have fostered the resort to torture.
This forum will examine two issues
1. What in U.S. culture predisposes us to torture or to a tolerance for torture?
2. What strengths and weaknesses have U.S. leadership groups (political, military, religious, medical, psychological, legal, etc.) exhibited in responding to the current controversies over torture?
Moderator: Bill McGarvey, Editor-in-Chief, Busted Halo, Online Magazine
David Danzig, Human Rights First, Director, Primetime Torture Project
Professor Todd Gitlin, Columbia University …
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Red Stick Ramblers rumble at Festivals Acadiens Sat Oct 11, 2008 at Heritage Stage in Lafayette’s Girard Park. Enjoy.
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Short video of cajun music played in Lafayette. Berard-Huval Family Affair.
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Talking to a friend who just moved here from Louisiana and inquiring to know where we both could go for some great Cajun food here in Houston, Texas? Being from another city myself, I do realize it’s near impossible to find a place that serves the food you’re used to from back home but maybe there’s a restaurant that serves Cajun food that tastes, as close as you can get, like you would get in Louisiana? Any help would be appreciated, more so, someone from Louisiana themselves and knows how it should be done. Thanks!
All of my friends from Louisiana like:
Calliope’s Po Boy
2130 Jefferson Street
Houston, TX 77003-5129
I would also recommend:
Mardi Gras Grill
1200 Durham Drive
Houston, TX 77007-5410
People having fun whilst singing at their local karaoke bar, or home event. For karaoke machines and karaoke music cds for your party, please visit singtotheworld.com
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Moving and soothing montage dedicated to the life and work of the one of the greatest reggae ambassadors and champions of human rights.
Duration : 3 min 53 sec