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a town in western Alaska on the southern coast of the Seward Peninsula

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Stando ad NPI, si tratta di nomi prevalentemente pugliesi.
When Selina pointed out the beatings went far beyond smacking, an unrepentant Nomi said: "I don't remember that.
The analytical results of water of Nomi River are presented in Table 1.
Asking these questions in relation to Nomi allows me to interpret some of the twists and turns in Nomi's reception and to show that, despite all the well-documented and theorized perils of identity politics, a politics predicated on total nonidentification--on a refusal to identify with any recognizable models--is not a viable alternative.
In reading Nomi Eve's The Family Orchard and Steve Stern's Mickey and the Golem, she examines how texts and memories create the writer as much as the writer creates the text.
The show runs at Nomi Art Gallery from Saturday to December 2, from 11 am to 6pm
I don't know what's come over him, Mother," Nomi said, standing over the painting in Golda's living room.
Driving aimlessly around the countryside with her pot-smoking boyfriend, sixteen-year-old Nomi Nickel rages against her runaway mother deserting her, the imposition of English assignments by her teacher, and fate in general.
It names the 1995 title Showgirls, featuring a swimming pool sex scene between Elizabeth Berkley as dancer Nomi Malone and Kyle MacLachlan as showbiz impresario Zack Carey, the worst-of-the-worst.
In a Mennonite village in central Canada, the ideal and the real have a head-on collision, leaving Nomi Nickel's family scattered and destroyed.
They can believe that Nomi leaves the town, or they can assume that she doesn't.
Its heroine, Nomi Nickel, longs to escape her rigid Mennonite community on the prairies and run away to New York City.
Drawn from Miriam Toews' own upbringing in the Mennonite town of Steinbach, Manitoba, this "other" East Village is subjected to relentless irreverence by her rebellious teenage narrator Nomi Nickel.