NINO


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NINONational Insurance Number (UK)
NINONine in Nine Out (babywearing organization)
NINONothing In Nothing Out
NINONederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten
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If you liked El Nino for the last several months, you will love the 21st century if we keep on the path we're on," President Clinton warned last spring in a California speech promoting energy conservation and other efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
El Nino is a buildup of warm water in the eastern Pacific which recurs every three to eight years, producing a variety of severely disruptive weather patterns across the globe: Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research says he sees more than naturally occurring weather forces at work now, though.
Factory Mutual has posted an in-depth look at El Nino in a section of its Web site (http://www.
Devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe and El Nino, dancers wearing plumed headdresses and elaborate costumes perform in the plaza by the folk saint's tomb.
The Santo Nino de Cebu is the oldest Catholic icon in the Philippines.
Newman and Wittenberg (2018) found that anomalously warm sea surface temperatures (SST) in the Nino-4 region (5[degrees]N-5[degrees]S, 150[degrees]E-150[degrees]W) of the central equatorial Pacific (CEP) during the 2015/16 El Nino were likely unprecedented and unlikely to have occurred naturally, thereby reflecting an anthropogenically forced trend.
Both within the Court and on the outside, Nino will be remembered for changing the way the Supreme Court works.
In 2014, the scientific community buzzed about the possibility of a super-sized El Nino as warm Pacific Ocean water sloshed eastward.
In fact, it was expected to get really warm a year ago but it fizzled out through last winter, but starting last spring, the temperatures right along the equator warmed up dramatically so we had a full blown El Nino.
Eastern and central tropical Pacific Ocean surface temperatures were more than 2 degrees Celsius above average in late 2015, providing evidence that the 2015-16 El Nino is one of the strongest on record, comparable with the 1997-98 and 1982-83 events.
The Dog That Nino Didn't Have" is a haunting, sensitive story whose narration and illustrations are intricately intertwined, a visible union of imagination.
But California and other drought struck areas better not count on El Nino rescuing them like in a Bruce Lee action movie, experts say.