NIJA

AcronymDefinition
NIJANintooa japonica
NIJANational Independent Judicial Association
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While Nija secured 2438 th 
 rank in the medical stream, Anne clinched the 908 th rank in the engineering stream.
So Nija is there for him and, as national co-ordinator for Purple Hearts, is active in ensuring there is support for women caught in family breakdown, be they step-parents, grandmothers, sisters and aunts.
Nija Levis, 36, of Northwold, Norfolk, handcuffed herself to a goalpost at Hartlepool United's Victoria Park during their game against Hull.
Nija Levis, 36, stunned fans when she got past police at Hartlepool United's Victoria Park ground as the players trooped off.
According to Asante, their liberation can be achieved by following "Nija." This doctrine "is the collective expression of the Afrocentric worldview which is grounded in the historical experience of African people.
Nija Levis, 36, amazed fans at Hartlepool United's Victoria Park when she danced past police to protest in support of Fathers for Justice.
(121) I am grateful to an anonymous reviewer of this paper for suggesting this translation, interpreting nija as "special." Govind Singh (1675-1708), the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, was the founder of the Khalsa.
Compared to last year's prices, Nijas noted that there was a fall in the price of gold in the market.