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nah

 (nä, nă)
interj. Informal
No.

[Variant of no.]

Nah.

Nahum.
Translations

nah

interj (Brit inf) → nein, nee (inf)
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After the establishment of Higher Education Commission (HEC) in 2002 NAHE continued its functioning under the umbrella of HEC.
10) Nahe biti literally translates as 'stretching, lying, or rolling the mat'.
Anhand von Eintragen in den Biographien von Q3r, Ttt und Wni zeigt der Autor, dass wahrend der sechsten Dynastie die &Ohne von Provinzadministratoren zur Erziehung sowie der Sicherstellung ihrer Loyalitat in die Residenz gebracht wurden, spater das Amt ihres Vaters tibemahmen und trotzdem der Residenz verbunden blieben, da ihre Graber nahe der Hauptstadt zu lokalisieren sind.
The path begins at the clay pool and works its magic across countryside scenery, offering opportunities as varied as picnics, testing one's balancing skills and crossing the Nahe River via a 40-metre suspension bridge or a boat.
Poet's Leap is inspired by the greatest wines of Germany and crafted by one of Germany's most highly acclaimed Riesling producers, Armin Diet, proprietor of Schlossgut Diel in the Nahe Valley.
Pude repetir y sentir de manera nueva las laconicas palabras de Goethe sobre el atardecer de cada dia: Alles nahe werde fern (Todo lo cercano se aleja).
Eliot's "Burnt Norton" ("Before the beginning and after the end"), and the German Romantic poet Friedrich Holderlin ("Schwer verlafitf Was nahe dem Vrsprung wohnet, den Off"--"A place of dwelling / This near the source is hard to leave").
A good opportunity to get acquainted with some mature German Riesling at decent prices has popped up at Majestic, which is showcasing wines made by the Schafer winery in the Nahe valley.
Nachdem ich also dem Larm entkommen bin und mir einen verborgenen Strand nahe der Gischt der Fluten ausgesucht habe, erquicke ich so ausgestreckt meinen muden Korper auf einem ganz weichen Sandlager.
Nahe und Distanz im Kontext variationslinguistischer Forschung.
At first, from the 1400s onwards, the cutters in Idar-Oberstein used locally-sourced material found along the Nahe river but when supplies ran out in the 19th century they started importing agates from Brazil and elsewhere.