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Niš

also Nish  (nĭsh)
A city of southeast Serbia near the Morava River. It was the birthplace of Constantine the Great.

nish

(nɪʃ)
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dialect Northern English nothing
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Starting with a tipple of Port with a chaser of custard tarts, Nish seems satisfied before they hire electric scooters to get their bearings.
It's one that's proving a success, as the Gloucesterborn TV personality returns to Comedy Central UK with a second series of Joel And Nish Vs The World.
Nish said Liberty has a lot of experience with many configurations of castings.
The Fifers have fallen to the bottom tier for the first time in seven years but rookie playermanager Nish wants the chance to take the club back up.
KEY CLASH Nish Without a win in seven games, victory for Nish's side would open up a nine-point gap on second-bottom Forfar.
Nish will be succeeded by Keith Skeoch, who is chief executive of Standard Life Investments.
Domaines Schlumberger, |Riesling 'Les Princes Abbes' 2011, Alsace, France (PS11.99, Majestic) - is dry, spicy French riesling with its pure, citrus concentration and underlying minerality makes a perfect match with a goats' cheese salad and with its clean and refreshing nish and citrus accents, it's a star match with shellsh on Good Friday.
Nish Kumar mastered the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and London alike with his critically acclaimed show, 'Nish Kumar is a Comedian', the follow-up to his solo Fringe debut and sell-out show of 2012 'Who Is Nish Kumar?'
"Oh, to see the football game (against Arizona State) tonight," Nish said.
Nish, Derek Riordan and Steven Fletcher all passed up decent chances for Hibs - with likely Scotland starter Fletch passing up the best.
But Nish scored with seven minutes of the match remaining to spare the Easter Road side's blushes.
COLIN Nish claimed that Scott McDonald was the luckiest player in Scotland not to be red carded at Celtic Park.