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Noun1.Nabu - Babylonian god of wisdom and agriculture and patron of scribes and schoolsNabu - Babylonian god of wisdom and agriculture and patron of scribes and schools
Babylon - the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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The US, however, is openly siding with Nabu in the conflict.
This quote from NABU (2008) clearly illustrates their opinion: 'As long as there are no credible, environmentally reasonable standards for certifying biofuels, the import of biofuels should be suspended and the current production targets should be revised whether or not they are socially acceptable and ecologically compatible' (NABU, 2008).
NABU relied on cable systems that did not support bi-directional connections that were essential to the network NABU was developing (NABU stands for Natural Access to Bi-directional Utilities).
Furthermore, NABU plans to monitor Kyrgyzstan's situation and identify the exact number of snow leopards.
Gaming accessory company Razer, previously known for specialized mice and keyboards, launched a similar product at CES called the Nabu.
Another unlikely entrant is PC gaming company Razer with its own Nabu smart band, which tracks activity and delivers text messages and calls.
Nabu NABULSI: a brined cheese studded with nigella seeds which gives it a peppery taste.
This is available as a photocopy from Nabu Public Domain Reprints.
Minkowski "Das Relativitatsprinzip", Germany: Nabu Press.
NABU, founded in 1899 as the League for Bird Protection, started as a conservative society of teachers, scientists, and bureaucrats who lobbied government to protect birds and their habitats.
In Fijian language there are three main expressions for gift: iloloma, nabu, and isolisoli.
2) Pavle Popovic, Jugo-Slav Stories (New York: Duffield and Company, 1921; Charleston, SC: BiblioBazaar, 2009; Charleston, SC: Nabu Press: 2010); Introduction to Yugoslav Literature: An Anthology of Fiction and Poetry, ed.