NAMA

National Association of Mathematics Advisers

Nama

(from the article `art, African`) ...The Kore, concerned with the sky and with the bringing of rain to make the crops grow, employs masks representing the hyena, lion, monkey, ...
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Nama

(from the article `Khoekhoe languages`) ...the first includes the extinct South African languages !Ora and Gri (click here for an audio clip of !Ora) and the dialects that were spoken along ...
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[department store] Nama, or NAMA, is the acronym for Na```rodni`` ma`gazin `national store`. This was a chain of department stores in the former SFRY (Yugoslavia) and the first Slovenian department store. Nama still owns two stores in Slovenia today: In the past, stores also existed in Žalec, Kočevje, Slovenj Gradec, Ravne na Koroškem, a...
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NAMA

[gene] NAMA (noncoding RNA associated with MAP kinase pathway and growth arrest) is a long non-coding RNA gene. It is induced by cell growth arrest, apoptosis and inhibition of the MAP kinase pathway. ...
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[plant] Nama is a genus of herbaceous plants belonging to the family Boraginaceae. Most are found in North America. ==Selected species== ===Formerly placed here=== ...
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[wine] Nama (Νάμα) is a sweet red wine that is usually used in Greek Orthodox Churches in Holy Communion. It is similar to Mavrodaphne, with the difference that it is sweeter and it contains less alcohol. In Greece `Narma` (Нарма) is a controlled appellation corresponding to the grape variety). ...
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Nama

A prefix usually meaning "raw".
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Nama

Ancient precursor of the Cypriot dessert wine Commandaria ; See there.
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Nama

any member of a people of southern Namibia who constitute by far the largest Khoekhoe ethnic group, perhaps larger than all the others combined. They ... [6 related articles]
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hyena, bambara initiation society
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Nama

Member of the largest remaining group of Khoikhoi people. They live mainly in Namibia as pastoralists. ...
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Nama is a genus of mostly North American herbaceous plants belonging to the family Hydrophyllaceae.
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Nama sake is usually fresh and lively in character as it is unpasteurised. Sake is usually pasteurised twice, once before storage and once before bottling, to stop the enzyme action of the fermentation process from continuing. However, Nama sake still contains live enzymes and therefore needs to be kept refrigerated and drunk while it is still youn...
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