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"He was a close confidante of Nirav Modi, and head of operations in the United States, where he was instrumental in rotation and diversion of POC," the notice added.
The Confidante Miami Beach truly set the stage for my New Rules music video and the hotels unique vibe helped bring the story to life, said Dua Lipa.
The Confidante draws inspiration from the notion of being a trusted friend, providing guests with everything they need for an uncomplicated and timeless Miami Beach experience.
BREAK UP: Cameron and Debbie CONFIDANTE: Cameron talks to helpful Chas
In Psalm 55, it says "It is not an enemy who betrays me, not an adversary who deals insolently with me but it is you, my equal, my companion, my familiar friend." I am sure that those verses crossed the mind of Jesus at the Last Supper when He told His disciples that "the hand of him who betrays me is with me on the table." Later, those disciples realised He was referring to Judas, a so-called confidante of Jesus.
The biography of the wife and trusted confidante of Ute Chief Ouray, Chipeta: Queen Of The Utes is the story of a Native American woman who was able to gain the trust of both whites and Utes as they sought here opinions on the issues of the day.
Ada Leverson, a confidante of Oscar Wilde's whom he nicknamed Sphinx, contributed droll sketches to the satirical weekly Punch.
Charis Waddy was a confidante and friend to many women in the Muslim world, and this gave birth to another book, Women in Muslim History (Longman 1980).
David Somerville has been friend, mentor and confidante for a number of clerics: the late Archbishop Edward Scott, his ATC classmate; Archbishop Michael Peers, a member of his clergy staff at St.
Schmalhausen was a pupil, caregiver and confidante of Liszt in his last years.
MOTHER, NURTURER, CHALLENGER, AND CONFIDANTE ARE all feminine qualities, and although it is easy for me to envision God as feminine, I know for certain that Mary was a tremendous woman.