NOMI


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NoMiNorth Miami (Florida, USA)
NOMINaval Operational Medicine Institute (US Navy)
NOMINonocclusive Mesenteric Ischemia (circulatory disorder)
NOMINotice of Missed Interview (various states)
NOMINon-Occlusive Mesenteric Infarction
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I nomi di moda degli anni Cinquanta, unitamente a quelli piu rappresentativi degli ultimi decenni, sono oggetto di una trattazione specifica in corso di completamento.
Selina remembers one time when Nomi beat her so badly that the belt buckle ripped the skin on her leg and her father took her to hospital for stitches.
It should be noted here that the Tokyo bay is directly connected with Nomi River, which might have positive influence on [Cl.
I then discuss the mechanics--visual and vocal-of Klaus Nomi as an act in nonidentification, along with the celebratory line in Nomi's reception, illustrated above by the excerpt from Hoffman's obituary.
But he doesn't live here anymore, Mother," Nomi said.
The story is sometimes funny, often pitiful; and the character of Nomi is well developed.
What keeps characters like Trudie and Ray and Nomi in a stifling town like East Village, when they seem itching to get away?
SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Nomi Nickel has lots to rebel against, heaven knows.
As a result, Nomi and others in her small town have managed to develop a seventies-style counterculture of their own, filled with outsiders who smoke, drink, do the honky-tonk, and generally manage to bedevil the more obedient Mennonites.
He has been dead for over 20 years, but Klaus Nomi may turn out to be the hottest gay recording artist of 2005, thanks to a new documentary about his brief but glorious performance career.
HARVEST: Nomi Fisher, 5, picks her organic crops at the farm