Nig.

Nig.

abbr.
1. Nigeria
2. Nigerian
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They were of the same large type as Thornton, living close to the earth, thinking simply and seeing clearly; and ere they swung the raft into the big eddy by the saw- mill at Dawson, they understood Buck and his ways, and did not insist upon an intimacy such as obtained with Skeet and Nig.
Capital investment was $23 million which included $12 million for the Nig gas plant plus $8 million to begin completions on a four-well pad at Nig. Investment was higher than guidance of $15 million to $20 million as a result of advancing the timing of well completions at Nig which were originally budgeted for the third quarter of 2019.
They added: "The whole of Spencer Court continues to be under the control of its insurance company, NIG. NIG has now set out the process by which it will examine claims and agree actions.
MORE than one in four UK firms are considering cutting costs to cater for the rising costs of raw materials, according to research commissioned by commercial insurer NIG.
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This essay first considers Wilson's efforts to write for survival in a political context indifferent to her story to illustrate the historical condition that inspired the rhetorically damning portraits of the market in proslavery propaganda, white New England literature, and Our Nig. My discussion moves between Wilson's novel and the proslavery texts in order to illustrate how the ferocious faces of the free market in her fiction ironically complement the domestic bliss Fitzhugh finds in slavery.
I sat up most of the night reading and pondering the enormous significance of Harriet Wilson's novel Our Nig. It is as if we'd just discovered Phillis Wheatley--or Langston Hughes....
Co-edited by scholars and New England community activists, this anthology of essays surprisingly is the first to appear on the elusive Harriet Wilson, author of Our Nig. Published twenty-four years after Henry Louis Gates "recovered" Our Nig for audiences eager for African American texts, it contains a mix of approaches to the autobiographical novel--literary-scholarly, historical, regional, and personal--designed to appeal to a crossover audience of scholars and lay readers.
The earliest of the three, Minnie's Sacrifice, appeared in the Christian Recorder in 1869, only a decade after the appearance of Our Nig. In 2001 Foster brought to the forefront another important, though long neglected, black woman's narrative of the 1860s, Elizabeth Keckley's Behind the Scenes, or, Thirty Years a Slave, and Four Years in the White House (1868).
Mr Wood was speaking at a seminar held by RBS Group's small and medium-sized business insurer NIG.