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indeed

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not so

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a negative response

a negative vote or voter

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a negative

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References in classic literature ?
Nay, an thou stirrest, I have a great dog within and I will loose him upon thee.
"Nay," quoth the Tinker--for, by roaming the country, he had learned what dogs were--"take thou what thou wilt have, and let me depart in peace, and may a murrain go with thee.
"Nay, touch him not," said Robin, "for a right stout man is he.
Dr Aftab Ahmad, President NAYS, Dr Amer Jamil and Dr Munir Ahmad also spoke the occasion.
Motion carried with Coughlin, Cox, Dust, Page, Park and Reed voting aye and 0 nays.
Edcel Lagman of the so-called Magnificent Seven bloc - claimed the nays rang louder.
Huma Ikram (Assistant Professor, UoK and NAYS coordinator) delivered first lecture regarding scientific article writing and how to get published in international reputed journals.
Darweesh is famous among Egyptian musicians for crafting the nay, an ancient woodwind instrument made from dried, hollowed-out reeds.Making a nay, he said, requires him to draw on knowledge from all those disciplines.
NAYS is organizing the event in collaboration with Emerging National Science Foundations (ENSF),Pakistan Science Club (PSC), ECO Science Foundation (ECS-SF) Al Asarian Society, and Global Young Academy (GYA).
Wehbi has spent the last 40 years in his small workshop in the village of Saksakieh, south of Sidon, making all varieties of traditional wooden flutes, including the nay (an end-blown flute made from a hollow reed), mizmar (a wide-ended flute) and mijwiz (a double-piped flute).
Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, information and culture minister, with 120 ayes, 93 nays, 4 invalid and 14 abstentions votes.
In the Majlis, an abstention is treated as a nay, as does standing in the back of the chamber, even though the deputy has obviously chosen not to vote nay.
Further, however, Rosenberg shows how the Yeas and Nays pattern is intrinsic to the divided world of the play--Rome and Egypt, patriarchal and matriarchal cultures, cold reason and hot emotion, hero and villain--while the overflowing language of hyperbole, antithesis, and oxymoron mirrors the "vastness" (11) of the personalities, of the geographic space, and of the emotions evoked in the play.
A lecture was organized in collaboration with National Academy of Young Scientists (NAYS) to create awareness about Malaria and Zika Virus.