NUNA


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NUNANorth University Neighborhood Association (Austin, TX)
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Much of that viral success can be traced to its social media positioning -- Nuna Atelier now has over 38,000 followers on Instagram.
The majority 51% ownership interest in Nuna is held by the Kitikmeot Corp., a wholly owned business arm of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association.
But the uncertainties of the future of tax credits and potential changes to the tax structure put a chill on the Nuna project.
- US-based healthcare data specialist Nuna has hired Tamra Lair, PhD to lead the company's commercial analytics business, the company said.
Accordingly, Nuna originally sold its services only to corporations.
The mountains are close here on the upper Nuna River, dimly visible towering against the night sky.
In a later chapter she returns to the tetrahedral in thinking about work that likewise combines three elements: it is a continuation of social relations with animals, with other souls, and with nuna ('land'), and it expresses existential ideas that are simultaneously physical, spiritual, and cosmological--sila from another view.
This year's race represented the fourth time that Sikkens technicians have worked with the Delft team on the Nuna project.