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Noun1.Nung - a branch of the Tai languagesNung - a branch of the Tai languages  
Tai - the most widespread and best known of the Kadai family of languages
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And nung lumaban sya sa Texas (last February), nag-good luck din ako sa kanya.
Kapag ganoon yung nilalaro ko, kapag di ako masyadong nakakapag-contribute compared nung first game namin, nagfo-focus ako sa defense at sa ka sa assists.
Isang buwan matapos umupo sa Malacanang si Presidente Rodrigo Roa Duterte, bumagsak ang incident ng crime to 50,817 nung Hulyo 2016 kumpara sa 56,339 na insidente ng krimen nung Hulyo 2015, base po ito sa talaan ng Philippine National Police, Andanar said during an interview with state-run Radyo Ng Bayan on August 14.
Pak Nung Wong and Yu-shek Joseph Cheng are faculty members of Hong Kong University, China.
The topics include the modernity of Sichuan Gyualrong Tibetans, performing Miao cultural individuality in an upland Miao love-song, the culture of world cultural heritage, the bodily expressions of contemporary young Amis in Taiwan, and the continuity of life from past to present among the Nung of northern Vietnam.
The rebel den of Nung Tri Cao: Loyalty and identity along the Sino-Vietnamese frontier
In the classic film Apocalypse Now, Willard, played by Martin Sheen, is given a military "mission to proceed up the Nung River in a navy patrol boat, pick up colonel Kurtz's path at Nu Mung Ba, follow it, learn what you can along the way.
According to legend, in 2737 BC the Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a tree while his servant boiled drinking water, when some leaves from the tree blew into the water.
Seafood fans will love the Pla Nung Manao - sea bass steamed with sliced lemon, ginger, spring onions and chilli.
Shu Nung Lok, of Westgate Hill, Newcastle, admitted being drunk in charge of a child at the city's magistrates' court.
It is said to have been written down from even earlier theories by Shen Nung, the father of Chinese Medicine.
Although Chin Nung was "in trade" and produced popular items such as decorated lanterns, his fame as a poet and calligrapher imbued his art with an aura of high literary culture.