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Niga is a fictional character from the science fiction manga series Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, and the 1984 anime film by the same name.
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by Anne N. Costain, Andrew S. McFarland
The NIGA is a nonprofit group composed of Indian tribes and businesses engaged in tribal gaming and has become a powerful lobbying group. Indian spokespeople such as Hill dubbed the bills of Torricelli and Reid “the Donald Trump ...
Tribal Mics It (2012)
Tribal Gaming Minimum Internal Controls for Information Technology by Donna Miranda-begay
NIGA is a non-profit Indian gaming association of Tribal Leaders and industry members. Its mission is to protect the welfare of tribes seeking self-sufficiency through Indian gaming. NIGA also provides Gaming Tribes an opportunity to network, ...
Legalized Gambling (2008)
by Paul Ruschmann
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by Todd Leahy, Raymond Wilson
NATIONAL INDIAN GAMING ASSOCIATION (NIGA). The NIGA is a nonprofit organization comprised of almost 200 Indian tribes and nonvoting associate members engaged in tribal gaming enterprises across the United States. Established in ...
A New Bislama Dictionary (2003)
by Terry Crowley
More commonly skopion Niga n. African American [many African Americans were posted to bases nimanggi See namanggi on Efate and Santo during the Second World War and ...
compiled from the best authorities, and arranged according to the order of the English language by Joseph T. Thompson
Nigah, *& s.f. A look, glance , sight, the aspect; observation, watching; custody, care. Niga/t-dasht kiirna, To enlist.
by Jeremy A. Black, Andrew George, J. N. Postgate
"fattened, fat" [niga(=$e)]; "slow", jB gramm. of Sum. verbal forms (opp. — » hamtu); < marû II marû(m) II, OAkk, Ass. mara um "to fatten ; do slowly" G (Hi) animals, organs; OAkk marä' is "in order to fatten" Gtn iter. of G ...
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1892)
by Sir George Watt
Nargamollay, niga malle, T«L.; Niga-mallige, Kan.; Anitia, Burm.; Yuthika- purni, Sans. References. — DC, Prod., XL, 442; Roxb., Fl. Ind., Ed. C.B.C., 401 Dal*.
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Elder (Sambucus niga) fruit.
Sumerfields Wood, Hastings.
Photo credit: Phil Sellens
Scrabble value of N1I1G2A1
The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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