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Nira

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  1. Nira is a fictional character from the 2004 film Bombay Dreams.
  2. Nira is a fictional character from the 2014 film The Kindergarten Teacher.

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Who is Nira?

Nira a.k.a. Niranjan Das is a film cinematographer.

Miscellanea

  1. nirA is a gene.
  2. Nira a.k.a. fnr is a gene.

Phrases with Nira

  1. Dicelis Nira
  2. Elmantis Nira
  3. Agculocera Nira
  4. Species Dicelis Nira
  5. Species Elmantis Nira
  6. Species Agculocera Nira

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Google previewThe Melanesian Languages (1885)

by Robert Henry Codrington

between the New Georgia nira hard, and the Mota nira a very hard-wooded bush ; either the plant is called nira because of its hardness, or a hard thing is said to be mm because it has the quality of the wood. The Alite nanata is used as an ...

Google previewThe Causes and Consequences of Antitrust (1995)

The Public-Choice Perspective by Fred S. McChesney

Clearly, the NIRA is a candidate for the surge of production; it is also not obvious from the economic data in figure 17.1 that output after the surge was lower than it otherwise would have been so as to justify the conclusion of a net negative ...

Google previewSpirit Tree (2007)

Origins of Cosmology in Shintô Ritual at Hakozaki by E. Leslie Williams

Nira, spirit of ocean depths, is the Great Mother herself. Rokkum elaborates: The nira spirit . . . figures in people's imagination all over the archipelago [of the Ryûkyûs]. . . The spirit's character is somewhat ambiguous. The nira is a promoter of ...

Google previewSearch of Excellence, ANTEC 91 (1991)

by Society of Plastic Engineers

NIRA is a nondestructive secondary tool and is based on the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Social Movements (2015)

by Immanuel Ness

Steelworkers remained docile throughout the 1920s and even into the Great Depression as wage cuts and layoffs shook the industry It took the passage of the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) in 1933 to bring about another union drive.

Google previewWorkers in America: A Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2013)

by Robert E. Weir

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT The National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) was an important early New Deal program. Although it would be struck down as unconstitutional, it served to cement emerging working-class loyalty to the ...

Google previewThe Asia-Pacific Security Lexicon (2007)

by David H. Capie, Paul Evans, Paul M. Evans

Tay's narrower approach is supported by a definition used by the Japanese National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA). NIRA has defined preventive diplomacy as “all noncoercive activities by all parties to keep all disputes between ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Owa (2014)

A Language of the Solomon Islands by Greg Mellow

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Google previewEconomics: The Definitive Encyclopedia from Theory to Practice [4 volumes] (2017)

by David A. Dieterle Ph.D.

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT The National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) was passed in 1933 to help the United States' struggling economy. The purpose of the NIRA ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working-class History (2007)

by Eric Arnesen

Supreme Court declared the NIRA unconstitutional in 1935, most Americans were indifferent. Business had always been lukewarm toward the NIRA. Some business leaders had seen government intervention in the economy as ...

Google previewThe Lexicon of Labor (2010)

More Than 500 Key Terms, Biographical Sketches, and Historical Insights Concerning Labor in America by R. Emmett Murray

National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) —Created in 1933 by the Roosevelt administration, it gave birth to the National Recovery Administration (NRA). The fledgling NIRA announced as its goal “the assurance of reasonable profit to industry, ...

Google previewThe American Economy: A Historical Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition [2 volumes] (2011)

A Historical Encyclopedia by Cynthia L. Clark

The Court called into question the validity of the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA), which Congress passed in 1933 authorizing Roosevelt to adopt “codes of fair competition” for various trades or industries. Specifically, the codes ...

Google previewDictionary of the Yoruba Language (1913)

Nira, adj. difficult ; uncomfortable ; uneasy ; awkward. Nira, Ni-lara, v. to worry oneself. — e.g., O nni ara re lara sa, " You are simply troubling yourself." Ni-ra, Ni -ara, v. to be free ; be one's own master. Niranlpwp, adj. helpful ; con- ducible.

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NIRA Meaning

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Scrabble value of N1I1R1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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