NELE

AcronymDefinition
NELENearing End of Life Experience
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Here also were the valiant Earl of Angus, Sir Thomas Banaster with his garter over his greave, Sir Nele Loring, second cousin to Sir Nigel, and a long column of Welsh footmen who marched under the red banner of Merlin.
Back in the day, I didn't even have an earring, and although Nele had dyed her hair red, the color didn't look at all unnatural.
"It was like a gift from heaven," said Brazilian Nele, "the same thing happened in Belfast "It was like a gift from heaven," said Brazilian Nele, "the same thing happened in Belfast in 2012."
Nele was invited by Birmingham Hippodrome, whose creative programme director Paul Kaynes says: "Watching the figures melt, and on such a vast scale, will undoubtedly effect people in many different ways - the city will not have seen an exhibition like it."
It's the first time Nele has presented her work in England, and by far the largest project she has undertaken, as she usually only makes 1,500 sculptures.
Nele grew up in Switzerland and her mother would take Nele and her siblings for long walks in the lower Swiss Alps as a way to keep there occupied and out of trouble.
Nele said: "The parade was very good, very nice, and they put a lot of work into it."
Nele se reflete parte importante da historia das ciencias sociais no Brasil e, particularmente, das dificuldades, acasos e superacoes implicados no ingresso das mulheres nesse campo.
Nele, o escritor desenvolve toda a potencia de suas reflexoes sobre o que chamara de "ruido de fundo", especie de "resto" que compoe o dia a dia da vida humana, mas ao qual nao prestamos atencao.
Com tal arcabouco, a obra procura enriquecer nossa percepcao sobre o mundo moderno, sua evolucao e as maneiras com que nele agimos.
After 12 years of working in the computer business in Canada, Nele (Uliks Fehmiu) returns to the rundown Belgrade housing project where he grew up.
As usual, Manfred Cordes elicits flawless and impassioned singing and playing from the Weser-Renaissance of Bremen; soprano soloists Susanne Ryden and Nele Gramss, along with tenor Harry van Berne, are in especially fine voice here, the listening experience marred only slightly by a sometimes rather distant acoustic.