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Nabis

(French nabi)
pl n, sing -bi (-bi)
(Art Movements) a group of French artists much influenced by Gauguin, including Bonnard and Vuillard, who reacted against the naturalism of the impressionists. See also synthetism
[C19: French, from Hebrew nābhi prophet]
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Nabis,[*] Prince of the Spartans, sustained the attack of all Greece, and of a victorious Roman army, and against them he defended his country and his government; and for the overcoming of this peril it was only necessary for him to make himself secure against a few, but this would not have been sufficient had the people been hostile.
[*] Nabis, tyrant of Sparta, conquered by the Romans under Flamininus in 195 B.C.; killed 192 B.C.
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Illegal cultivation of the plant is a key source of income for impoverished rural areas of countries such as Morocco, and according to Dallas McMillan, founder and CEO of US firm Rhizo Sciences, Africa is the world's biggest producer and consumer of can- nabis. However, the continent's legal industry is still in its early stages, lagging far behind its competitors in developed countries.
And it was japonisme that Vallotton shared with artists in the Nabis ('prophets') group with whom he was associated in the 1890s (though even here he didn't quite fit in; they called him leNabi etranger).
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The serial number had been filed off but experts at the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (Nabis) were able to forensically recover the identifying marks - linking the weapon to Grant.
ccess to nabis this as Steve Rolles, Transform's senior policy analyst, said: "UK patients are either denied access and suffering unnecessarily, or are forced to buy cannabis from the criminal market.
Lauter's work is clearly imbued with historical self-consciousness--the press release rightly cites "Redon, Vuillard, Bonnard, as well as other members of the Nabis and Post-Impressionists" among the Los Angeles-based artist's precursors, to which list I would add Blaue Reiter-period Kandinsky and maybe a few more recent explorers of the cusp between evocation and abstraction, among them Howard Hodgkin and Thomas Nozkowski.