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Nah.

abbr. Bible
Nahum
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Nah.

abbreviation for
(Bible) Nahum
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"Nah. Lemme tell you, Charley, an' I got the witnesses to prove it, so help me God.
ALI is a 100% Liberian-owned firm founded here and headed by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Daniel Blamoh Nah. Nah says his company is in the country to help proliferate electronic accounting for small to medium - sized businesses and organizations in Liberia.
Nah. I can't skate it too much 'cause I snap too many boards, jamming into it.
But did you enjoy the show "Nah. I like Strictly, mind." Oh good - you love the style and elegance of ballroom?
Both NAH and the comparison hospital experienced an increase in cost, but the cost of caring for patients with CHF increased by a lesser amount at NAH. The difference, however, was not statistically significant (GLM hospital x pre-post interaction F (1, 912) < 1; p=0.37).
The H-Na system has one stable compound, NaH. The melting point of NaH was determined by thermal analysis by Skuratov et al.
This is not being petty or immature - take it from one who is mature enough to be able to stand up and say nah nah nah-nah nah.
5 Gary Lineker: "You tipped Serbia and Montenegro to go a long way didn't you Ian?" Wright: "Nah...
Also from April 1, Thaddeus Beczak, currently Senior Advisor at NIHK, will be appointed Chairman of NAH. Mr.
A NAH. I think it's more of a rapper thing - kill off the rapper first.
'You're a nasty property developer and you're not building that there or anywhere else, nah, nah, nah...' seems to be the intellectual application of planning guidelines practised in most boroughs.