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Nin

 (nēn, nĭn), Anaïs 1903-1977.
French-born American writer and diarist known for her novels, including Winter of Artifice (1939), and The Diary of Anaïs Nin 1931-1974 (published 1966-1981).

Nin

(nɪn)
n.
Anaïs, 1903–77, U.S. novelist and diarist.
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The commission also stated that the NIN enrolment centre in Germany, will be deployed in Berlin and Frankfurt, Vancouver in Canada, Leicester and London in the United Kingdom and Houston in the United States of America.
([dagger]) Since 2017, those persons who agree to treatment referral are asked to provide their 11-digit NIN to the NSP so that further clinical management can be confirmed and documented in the national program treatment database.
Testing theories of empathy "What is most amazing," says lead study author Christian Keysers, who is a professor at the NIN, "is that this all happens in exactly the same brain region in rats as in humans."
On his turn, minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa expressed the interest of his country in further deepening of relations with Azerbaijan.
Tanto Ebrard como Nin repitieron que eran planteamientos "sin condiciones" porque, en definitiva, quienes deberian tomar las decisiones finales serian los venezolanos.
However, Nin denied all charges, claiming that they were an act of revenge by Keng San village chief Nhor Angkuot after Nin filed a defamation lawsuit against him in 2017 for colluding to sell state land and allowing Vietnamese nationals to cut down trees in the protected area.
[USA], Jan 19 ( ANI ): A research conducted by the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN) and the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) has shown that treatment using gene therapy leads to faster recovery after nerve damage.
Ana'is Nin, queen of online inspirational quotes, legend of erotic literature still taboo in 2017, unfashionable feminist icon, and autobiographical subject of endlessly emerging, brilliant diaries, has gifted us with another glimpse into her marvelous life.
In 1962, eighteen-year-old Tristine Rainer was sent on an errand to Anais Nin's West Village apartment.
Thus, in line with existing evidence, she was diagnosed with NIN, and following six months of treatment with 1200 mg/day of gabapentin, her pain attacks stopped.
Of trees and the screen: the virile friendship through Alberto Nin Frias and Gabriela Mistral
Nin Lalli, director of Prime Sales & Lettings, explained that she felt a social responsibility to offer support to the charity, which is run by three women in the centre of Huddersfield.