NIGN

AcronymDefinition
NIGNNomor Induk Guru Nasional (Indonesian: National Parent Teacher Number; educational classification)
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At secondary school level, music lessons periodically delve into music history, appreciation and analysis, so in addition to works by well-known twentieth century composers such as Debussy, Bartok, Shostakovich and the like, students can be exposed to the Yiddish chamber pieces of Leo Zeitlin--for example, his Reb nakhmons nign for string quintet, published in St Petersburg, in 1912 by the Society for Jewish Folk Music; or the Yiddish art-songs of Lazar Weiner--for example, Gramen geshriben in zamd ("Rhymes Traced in Sand") which he composed in 1965.
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As the patient seemed to present with a be nign form of costochondritis, a conservative approach to management was used.
Designer and project manager Tim Nign says that the main thrust of the project is not only to "teach Chinese kids English, but to get them involved with it."
OVERTURE AND PROLOGUE: DER NIGN FUN DER MEGILLA (The Melody of the Megilla); DEM MELEKH'S SEUDAH (The King's Party); VASHTI'S KLOGLIED (Vashti's Swansong)
Along with dynamite tracks that show what exciting things can happen when klezmer meets other genres (`Turntable Pounding," "Klezmer a la Bechet Remix" and "Alt.Klez- mer') the live album includes Krakauer's arrangements of traditional klezmer tunes and two slow, low, lovely numbers he wrote himself: "Love Song for Lemberg/Lvov" and "Offering Nign," a bass clarinet tribute to Krakow.
As Hajdu and Mazor have written, the nign "was considered the expression of those innermost feelings which cannot be put into words, not even the sacred words of prayer.
Pleomorphic Adenoma was the commonest benign tumor which corresponded to 87.2% of the be- nign tumors.
Beneath the title stands a third line, "B 'nign adir ayom vnora" (to the tune of "Mighty, Terrible, and Awful").