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NIPPANorthern Ireland Press Photographers Association
NIPPANorthern Ireland Preschool Playgroups Association (UK)
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For instance, in the case of Team Yokohama FM, the effect of weather is stronger when they play at the Nissan stadium than at the Nippa stadium, although Nippa has no roof while Nissan has a roof covering half of the spectators.
That is to say, bocstafas "tread" within the words "bearonaessas" and "burgsalo / nippa bearna" themselves.
According to independent experts, the Nippa costs just 13.1p a mile - the lowest in the UK.
At pounds 4,724 the little Nippa was some pounds 1,200 below anything else on offer and saw Perodua prove that being cheap did not mean nasty.
In second place is the Perodua Nippa, which at just pounds 4,499, is also the cheapest priced.
This means that dealers selling the Peroda Nippa (pictured above) can offer the hire purchase scheme to qualifying customers.
He said: "This is in recognition of the vast contribution Alan has made to the press photographer's industry over many years, his service to NIPPA which he was a co-founder of 41 years ago, and his work on the introduction of the its new press card for working photographers."
Perodua arrived in the UK in 1997 with the Nippa, a utilitarian and ultra-cheap car that was to pave the way for a series of new models.
URBAN SOLUTION: The Mercedes A-Class; 'MINIMALIST': The Daewoo Matiz (above) and the Perodua Nippa are the modern idea of easily affordable urban driving
"Having previously dominated the (low-cost) chart with Kelisa's predecessor the Nippa, Perodua has established a unique place in the market as the ultimate in budget motoring, " said Cap.
Thought I'd share that with all those Perodua Nippa drivers and dealers who have been sticking pins in effigies of me since I upset them in this column recently.
Its latest offering, the Rio, joins an elite band of Britain's cheapest cars and at the moment only the Perodua Nippa and the basic versions of the Citroen Saxo and Fiat Seicento come in under pounds 6,000.