NISSE


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NISSENational Institute for the Social Security of the Self=Employed (Leuven, Belgium)
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It means that Cafe Nisse customers and TechHub businesses can now begin making payments using the internet's virtual currency.
Specifically, as Nisse points out, each citizen contributes an individualized reading of the prophecies concerning Jesus., thus, their heterogeneity remains at odds with the drive for unity among this community.
Lisaks eelkirjeldatud surnuaial asuvatele hoonetele ja lihtsatele kiriku juurdeehitistele voidi selles funktsioonis kasutada isegi eeskojas voi kiriku sissepaasu juures asetsevaid nisse, mille sisu tuletas moodujatele pidevalt meelde nende endi surelikkust.
Diversae scholae auctores dissentiunt aliudque esse existimant permutarionem rerum, aliud emptionem et venditionem, alioquin non posse rem expediri permutatis rebus, quae videatur res venisse et quae pretii nomine data esse, sed rursus ultramque rem videri et ve nisse et utramque pretii nomine data esse, absurdum videri.
In Denmark, an elf called Nisse plays tricks on children, and Julemanden brings gifts.
Farmers leave a bowl of nisse (gruel) in barns on Christmas Eve for the magic gnome who protects their farms.
(13.) Nisse C, Haguenoer JM, Grandbastien B, Preudhomme C, Fontaine B, Brillet JM, et al.
This year's Cal Poly team consists of Brenae Costa, Andrea Ho, Amy Laun, Deirdre Miller and Nisse Noble.
The scale relationships between Santa and butt plug, even the jumbo, family-size version, are such that Santa becomes a madly adorable garden troll, a Christmas gnome, a Scandinavian Yule Nisse.
Nolan, '"Stable in Study": Lydgate's Fall of Princes and Duke Humphrey's Library' by Jennifer Summit, 'Lydgate, Hawes, and the Science of Rhetoric in the late Middle Ages' by Rita Copeland, '"Hard is with seyntis for to make affray": Lydgate the "Poet-Propagandist" as Hagiographer' by Fiona Somerset, and '"Was it not Routhe to Se?":Lydgate and the Styles of Martyrdom' by Ruth Nisse.