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Numerology information Shalita:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Shalita:
1. Shalita (proper noun)is a person who is artistic, graceful, and wise. She is fresh, refined, wild, innovative, enchanting, and ambitious. She is thoughtful. She is curious. She is a seeker of truth, enlightenment, and balance. The depth of her compassion is immeasurable. She is a survivalist- resourceful, stubbornly independent, and infallibly optimistic. A fierce and fearless lover, she is a screaming teapot of boiling passion. She is an anomaly of the urban persuasion. 2. Shalita (adj.) having intelligence, appropriateness, and modesty. 3. Shalita (adj.) an exhibition of an exceptional talent
1. Shalita's success in business and in the arts is only paled by her unmatched humanitarian efforts and activism on issues of global importance. 2. The movie star's gown was a shalita on the Red Carpet. It was sure to impress without going over the top. 3. The gymnast did a complete shalita with tens across the board, even from the Russian judge.
Songs about Shalita:
Look to the Right (feat. Jamey Haddad, Ryoanne McKnight, Cedrica M. Daniels & Shalita "Shae" Colbert) by Mjwb & Michael Ward-Bergeman from the Album Gig 365 [Explicit]
Lord's Been Good to Me (feat. Jamey Haddad, Ryoanne McKnight, Cedrica M. Daniels & Shalita "Shae" Colbert) by Mjwb & Michael Ward-Bergeman from the Album Gig 365 [Explicit]
Books about Shalita:
Irritant Contact Dermatitis. Series: Clinical Dermatology, Alan R. Shalita, ed. by Edward M. & Ronald GOLDNER (eds.). JACKSON (1990)
A thought for the week;: A series of short essays in the spirit of Chassidic thought, based on the "Sidras" (weekly... by Yitschak Meyer Kagan (1969)
Wiki information Shalita:
Benny Shalita is an Israeli former politician, who served as a member of the Knesset for Likud between 1981 and 1988, and as mayor of Menahemia from 1956 until 1992.