Nina


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Niña

(ˈniːnə; Spanish ˈniɲa)
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(Historical Terms) the Niña one of the three ships commanded by Columbus in 1492
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Noun1.Niña - the Babylonian goddess of the watery deep and daughter of EaNina - the Babylonian goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea
Babylon - the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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References in classic literature ?
She would race about the orchard with us, or take sides in our hay-fights in the barn, or be the old bear that came down from the mountain and carried off Nina.
Harling and Nina and Antonia made as much noise as a houseful of children, and there was usually somebody at the piano.
You remember your mother, Nina Alexandrovna, that day she came and sat here and groaned-and when I asked her what was the matter, she says,
You would not let her come near your daughters, says Nina Alexandrovna.
I am sure Nina Alexandrovna will take you in on my recommendation.
Monsieur's resemblance to a person we knew in Corsica, Nina Porta, is really surprising.
Come, Nina," he said, "we remember each other, don't we?
Amid delicious desserts (from Swell Sweet Cake Lab), gourmet siopao (from House of Bao) and flavorful coffee (made from a Delonghi machine) with matching Cuisna Home goodies, Nina dished the tea on the moms she interviewed for her book.
According to Ana Liza Solis, OIC of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration's (PAGASA) Climate Monitoring and Prediction Section, since September 2017, cold ocean conditions have persisted, indicating that La Nina is developing.
New Delhi [India], July 21 ( ANI ): Internationally renowned actress and fitness enthusiast Nina Dobrev have joined global sports brand Reebok and Les Mills to help fulfill the two brands' to inspire, engage and empower people to be fit for life.
There are negligible chances of La Nina, but there are higher chances of El Nino or neutral conditions by the end of 2017,' Solis said.
Cuy also urges local chief executives (LCEs) to prepare/review their current La Nina action plans/Oplan Tag-ulan Plans submitted to the DILG field offices and evaluate if local preparedness measures are adequate based on PAGASAs La Nina forecast.