Neh


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NEH

abbr.
National Endowment for the Humanities

Neh.

Nehemiah.
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NEH has been associated with chemotherapy for hematologic-oncologic diseases and with hematologic neoplasia per se (3-5).
Brian set-up NEH in 2014 after becoming concerned about the lack of hands-on practical help for people living on the streets.
Founded in 1965, NEH is an independent grant-making institution of the U.S.
NEH is contributing nearly $100,000 in funding for the project under its Humanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and Universities division.
Although we have raised $788,529 towards our $l-million goal, only $357,900 of that amount can be counted towards the NEH Challenge Grant.
Over the next three years, Due Hackney and her collaborator Mary Ebbott, an associate professor and chair of Holy Cross' department of the classics, will use the NEH funds to prepare an online publication of a scholarly edition of a 10th-century manuscript of Homer's Iliad, which is the oldest complete text of the Iliad known to be in existence.
If a clause is the linguistic expression of an event or state with the inclusion of one or more participants, a Seneca clause need be nothing more than a verb, but often the verb is accompanied by one or more particles (words like neh that have little or no morphological structure), which serve to orient the event or state to its context.
With the awarding of the $260,000 grant, Kansas joins 21 other states currently participating in the National Digital Newspaper Program, which was begun in 2005 by the NEH and the Library of Congress with the goal of "providing enhanced access to historically significant United States newspapers," according to the NEH's Web site.
The results are very closed to those of NEH. A weak point of the proposed method is the higher CPU time for large size problems.
John Updike has been selected by the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) to present the 37th annual Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities on Thursday, May 22nd, at 7:30 pm at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Bush thanked everyone for coming, First Lady Laura Bush introduced the audience to Picturing America, a program conceived by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).