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2009-07-27 10:34:46

Nadya Suleman -- the single, unemployed California woman who gave birth to octuplets last January -- has signed up her family to star in a reality TV show. Usmagazine.com said documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last week indicate Suleman has signed agreements for each of her 14 children to earn $250 a day for appearing on the series, which is being produced by Eyeworks, the makers of The Biggest Loser and Breaking Bonaduce. The contracts are subject to a judge's approval and...

2009-05-31 14:35:07

The attorney for Nadya Suleman told Us magazine exclusively the so-called Octo Mom has agreed to star in a U.S. reality TV series. USmagazine.com reported Friday that attorney Jeff Czech confirmed his client, a mother of six who gained national fame after giving birth to octuplets in January, agreed to deal for a new TV series with the production company, Eyeworks. (Nadya and the producers) are hoping to have an arrangement whereby several events in the children's lives would be filmed in a...

2009-04-10 19:17:10

Nadya Suleman's attorney says the single, unemployed U.S. mother of 14 kids, including newborn octuplets, is close to inking a TV deal. Lawyer Jeff Czech told Usmagazine.com the unlikely celebrity met with four production companies this week about developing a reality show or long-term documentary about her and her family. Nadya has been interested in, and hoping to find, something not so intrusive to the family and babies while, at the same time, (something to) sort of focus on trying to...

2009-02-18 11:00:23

The president of the The Learning Channel says Nadya Suleman, the California woman who recently gave birth to octuplets, won't be getting her own TLC show. Suleman, who is single and unemployed, has been criticized for having eight babies through in vitro fertilization when she already has six young children at home and receives food stamps. TLC is not pursuing any program at this time with Nadya Suleman, TLC's Eileen O'Neill told Us Weekly in a statement. We wish the family well. The...

2009-02-05 19:37:00

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- To clarify a comment I erred in making to a Los Angeles Times reporter, there was no payment of any sort by the NBC network to our client, Nadya Suleman, for her interview with Ann Curry. SOURCE Killeen Furtney Group

2009-02-05 13:25:00

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Killeen Furtney Group, a Los Angeles marketing and public relations firm, announced today that their client, Ms. Nadya Suleman, mother of octuplets born last week, has selected Ann Curry, NBC anchor, to tell her story. SOURCE Killeen Furtney Group

2008-07-28 18:00:42

IRIS INTERNATIONAL, INC. (NASDAQ: IRIS), after extensive consultation with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), intends to resubmit its 510(k) for its NADiA(TM) PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) ultra-sensitive diagnostic test with a prognostic claim. Following FDA advice, IRIS has already submitted a request for a Pre-Investigational Device Exemption meeting (Pre-IDE Meeting), an optional process through which the applicant consults with the FDA for the purpose of improving the quality...

2006-08-29 07:15:00

By Alistair Lyon, Special Correspondent BINT JBEIL, Lebanon -- Like a small black football, it lies in the dirt not far from Haitham Daaboul's front door in the southern Lebanese town of Bint Jbeil. It looks innocuous, but a careless kick from a passing child would detonate this cluster bomb, one of thousands of unexploded devices Israel scattered over the towns, villages and hillsides of south Lebanon during its 34-day war with Hizbollah fighters. The bomblets can maim or kill. In war time,...

Word of the Day
  • Like a worm in form or movement; vermiform; tortuous or sinuous; also, writhing or wriggling.
  • Like the track or trace of a worm; appearing as if worm-eaten; vermiculate.
  • Marked with fine, close-set, wavy or tortuous lines of color; vermiculated.
  • A form of rusticated masonry which is so wrought as to appear thickly indented with worm-tracks.
This word ultimately comes from the Latin 'vermis,' worm.