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[accelerator] NINA was a particle accelerator located at Daresbury Laboratory, UK that was used for particle physics and synchrotron radiation. ==Introduction== Given government UK approval in 1962, NINA was a 70.19m, 4 GeV electron Synchrotron built in 1964 at the Daresbury Laboratory site in Cheshire, England to study particle physics. Th
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Nina

[name] Nina is a feminine name that was originally used as the pet form for many Russian names, as it is quite a popular name ending in Russia. Because of this we can say that Nina is of Russian origin, but its meaning cannot be easily distinguished. In Native American, the name Nina means- Strong. Other origins for the name Nina include -
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[film] Nina is a 2004 Brazilian drama film directed by Heitor Dhalia. The plot is loosely based on the 1886 Fyodor Dostoevsky`s novel Crime and Punishment. The setting is described to be of a dark humor nature in an urban new-age post apocalyptic gothic world. ==Plot== Set in today`s São Paulo, the film tells the story of Nina, a poor youn
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Sunny Wilster, camera type unknown, 2001 == Licensing: == ...
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Nina

[n] - (Babylonian) a goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea
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Nina

noun the Babylonian goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea
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(from the article `Nanshe`) in Mesopotamian religion, Sumerian city goddess of Nina (modern Surghul, Iraq) in the southeastern part of the Lagash region of Mesopotamia. ...
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Niña

(from the article `caravel`) ...lay in its capacity for sailing to windward. It was also capable of remarkable speed. Two of the three ships in which Christopher Columbus made ... Martín, part owner of the Pinta and Niña, helped prepare them, procured crews for the expedition of 1492, and commanded the Pinta, on which his ...
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Nina

Nina is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Girl` Where is it used? The name Nina is mainly used In Near Eastern Mythology. Alternative meanings (Spanish) Girl (Russian) Girl Nina appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 266. In the last 128 years Nina has occupied a spot In the top 1000 without interruptions. . 1890 was a `to
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Nina

[Dalayrac] Nina, ou La folle par amour (Nina, or The Woman Crazed with Love) is an opera in one act by the French composer Nicolas Dalayrac. It was first performed at the Comédie-Italienne in Paris on 15 May 1786. The libretto, by Benoît-Joseph Marsollier des Vivetières, is based on a short story by Baculard d`Arnaud. ==Background and pe
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[singer] Nina, (born Ana Maria Agustí Flores in Barcelona on 1 October 1966) is a Spanish musical actress and singer. She started in the 1980s with bands like `Costa Brava` or `Xavier Cugat`. In 1987, she worked in the TVE program Un, dos, tres and in 1989 she represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 with the song Nacida para
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[album] Nina is the self-titled third studio album by Filipino singer Nina, released in the Philippines on August 23, 2006 by Warner Music. After the incomparable success of her cover album Nina Live!, Nina decided to release an all-original studio album as a follow-up. She named the album after herself and stated that she considers it to b
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Niña

[song] `Niña` (Girl) is a song recorded and performed by Spanish/Mexican pop rock group La 5ª Estación. The song is the fourth and final radio single from the band`s second studio album, Flores de Alquiler. It reached number 36 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart. ==Track listing== ...
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Nina

[opera] Nina, o sia La pazza per amore (Nina, or the Girl Driven Mad by Love) is an opera, described as a commedia in prosa ed in verso per musica, in two acts by Giovanni Paisiello to an Italian libretto by Giambattista (also Giovanni Battista) Lorenzi after Giuseppe Carpani`s translation of Benoît-Joseph Marsollier`s Nina, ou La folle pa
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Niña

La Niña (Spanish for The Girl) was one of the three Spanish ships used by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in his first voyage to the West Indies in 1492. As was tradition for Spanish ships of the day, she bore a female saint`s name, Santa Clara. However, she was commonly referred to by her nickname, La Niña, which was probably a pun on th.
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The distinctive album contains a wide variety of music from straight forward ballads to electronica. Credited as a `conceptual and visual agent provocateur,` Shima appears to have played a Brian Eno-like role on the recording. The album and two singles which preceded it were all hits in Japan but are mostly unknown in other parts of the world wi..
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Nina

[Xiu Xiu album] Nina is a Nina Simone tribute album recorded by Xiu Xiu. It was released on Graveface Records on December 3, 2013 to generally favorable reviews. == Recording == The idea for the album came while Jamie Stewart was on tour with Swans. Nina was recorded in a day. The album features Jamie Stewart`s voice, Ches Smith on drums, T
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