Nupe


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Nupe

(ˈnuːpeɪ)
npl -pe or -pes
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of Nigeria, noted as fishermen, who live near the confluence of the Niger and Benue Rivers
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family

NUPE

(ˈnjuːpɪ)
(formerly, in Britain) n acronym for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) National Union of Public Employees
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In the Middle-belt, Obayemi, (1980: 142-164) mentioned, Nupe, Ebe, Kyede, Gbedegi, Igala, Kakanda, Bassa-Nge, Dibo, Okun-Yoruba, Egbirra, Tiv, Jukun, Idoma, Igede, etc as among the major ethnic groups that clustered around there.
Bobby Killoran, NUPE branch secretary at the RAI, said:"We are delighted that our branch members are putting their money where their mouths are.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who worked with Bickerstaffe when both were officials in NUPE, said: "He was a warm, decent and principled man, an outstanding trade unionist and socialist and a great friend and support to me over many years."
The chances of late presentation were significantly increased by belonging to the other ethnic groups (Nupe, Fulani, Baruba, Igala), non-resolution of fever, and mothers having a secondary school education [Table 3].
A mixing of cultures was already happening long before Nigeria's independence, and extends even into pre-colonial times; among the myths of the Yoruba people is that the mother of the fourth, and deified king, Sango, was from amongst the Nupe in the Middle Belt; such a story certainly gives a lie to the idea of implacable ethnic hostility.
(NUpE) = NT/NsupplyWhere NT is total plant N uptake and Nsupply is sum ofsoil N content at sowing and N fertilizer.
Jane Kennedy's argument with the Militant Tendency was strictly a NUPE domestic matter and prior to becoming an MP she had never held any office whatsoever within the Labour Party.
Mary Pearson (president of Birmingham Trades Union Council), Paul Mackney (former secretary of Birmingham Trades Union Council), Andy Chaffer (depositor of the Birmingham Anti-Apartheid archive), Jolyon Jones (depositor of the NUPE Social Services/ Birmingham UNISON branch No4 archive), Dave Rogers (Banner Theatre)
Our Labour Government introduced the national minimum wage after a campaign led by Rodney Bickerstaffe and his union NUPE. Michael Howard predicted two million would be thrown out of work.
A retired health care worker she initially joined the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) and went on to hold various positions in Unison.