SINN

AcronymDefinition
SINNSenioren Initiative Nachhaltigkeits Netzwerk (German: Seniors Sustainability Initiative Network)
SINNSonically Induced Narrowing of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Solids
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it was but breath Of Life that sinn'd; what dies but what had life And sin?
Thug mi fhin agus i fhein a luibheanach as mas deach sinn sios a rathad mor gu ionad garadaireachd, comhla ris a' chorr dhan an teaghlach.
Sinn Fein has reacted angrily to a second draft of plans to cut the number of constituencies from 18 to 17, claiming the proposals blatantly favour the DUP.
The key questions that Sinn tries to answer are, Is Europe about to fail?
Nevertheless, the inability to analyze Sinn Fein's results in the recent election does not take away from the substance of the book, which describes the long, slow drawn-out development of Sinn Fein's political project in the Republic.
There were also some notable victories for the smaller parties, with the People Before Profit Alliance's Gerry Carroll topping the poll in Sinn Fein's West Belfast heartland while veteran civil rights campaigner Eamonn McCann won a seat for the party in Foyle.
Am measg sluagh a' bhaile mhoir, aig nach robh fhios sam bith co as a bha sinn, thainig tuigse oirnn fhin mar Ghaidheil.
Sinn Fein's Arthur Morgan currently represents the Louth constituency in the Dail Eireann parliament, but following his recent decision to stand down at the next election, Mr Adams is poised to throw his hat in the ring.
Sinn Fein refused to allow a full Executive meeting in the absence of DUP movement on the devolution of policing and justice powers to Stormont and attacked the SDLP for joining unionists against Sinn Fein.
The sheriff's office said Sinn told a 17-year-old to get into the pickup.
The party ruling executive met in Dublin on Saturday and cleared the way for three members of the Sinn Fein Assembly party to take their sets when the board meets next month.
As parties took part in a hectic round of meetings with Prime Minister Tony Blair and Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, Mr McGuinness emerged from the talks insisting Sinn Fein could not move on policing without the DUP agreeing to form a devolved government featuring Sinn Fein.