nain


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nain

(neɪn)
adj
own
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Nain, famous for the raising of the widow's son, and Endor, as famous for the performances of her witch are in view.
and in the east room, which was her greatest triumph, she said caressingly, 'My nain bonny room
It does not pay to "fly" minerals and oil a mile farther than is necessary; but the risks of transhipping to submersibles in the ice pack off Nain or Hebron are so great that these heavy freighters fly down to Halifax direct, and scent the air as they go.
With Nain gone, you could do anything, except leave The Home.
About his style of writing and research, Nain Sukh said that he got the details for his stories from many people, including those from Lahore.
The session started with Nain Sukh reading excerpts from three stories in the book and elaboratingupon the efforts he made to collect the material to pen down the six stories in the book.
The Windies made full use of its 50 overs, reaching a total of 246-7 as Felicia Walters top scored with 59 before she was caught by Nain off the bowling of Sadia Yousaf (1-44).
Just in time for Halloween and the holiday season, Nain Rouge - A Novel, contains all of the entire Nain Rouge Trilogy in a single volume, complete with beautiful new artwork and layout.
NAIN is caused by feto-maternal granulocyte incompatibility.
They all knew that Nain Rouge brought bad luck if offended, but less so if coddled.
Annwyl briod y diweddar Owen Hughes, mam dyner Eirlys, Clifford, John a Nancy, nain a hen nain hoff ei hwyrion a'i hwyresau.
In those days, you had to be nominated by a relative to come and live in Australia, and Nain had an aunt who lived on a sugar cane farm near Townsville, Queensland, so that's where they settled.