When she visited Kontemenos, the soldiers who now occupy Nitsa
's home did not allow her to even cross the road to approach the house.
"How you act, what you permit, what you condone, what you condemn--all reflect your values," Nitsa
Rosenzweig decided to adapt her research to use technologies unique to NIST.
He's also resident DJ at Barcelona's Nitsa
and Madrid's Nasty, but Smoothie thinks Cardiff's music scene is up there with the best of them.
"For the first time since I got here," says Nitsa
Stouriotis, a student in Istanbul, I am not afraid to tell people wherever I meet them that I am Greek.
Shulamith Hareven (1932-), Hedva Harechavi (1941-), Nurit Zarchi (1941-), Bracha Serri (1942-), Galit Hasan-Rokem (1945-), Rivka Miriam (1952-), as well as Ella Bat-Zion (Gavriela Elisha), Nitsa
Kann, Haviva Pedaya, and others, all cultivate a complex and fruitful relationship with traditional Hebrew texts, akin to the developments Alicia Ostriker has described as "revisionist mythmaking" in her influential study of women's poetry in America.
Their children and their spouses are Tom and Sandy Milo of Beverly Hills, Calif.; Nitsa
Lallas and Ignacio Arribas of Mill Valley, Calif; and Peter Lallas and Cristina Fabiani of Bethesda, Md.
Lewis, the company vice president marketing, said, 'This unique Crystal departure from New York was designed with an appealing balance of sea and port days - the perfect resort from which to enjoy inspiring enrichment, complimentary classes, a spacious spa, exquisite dining, and non-stop fitness opportunities.
She is also survived by her sister, Margaret Stitler of Washington; and her brothers and their wives, Robert and Raemah Williams of New Hampshire; Cy and Nitsa
Williams of Indiana and her four grandsons, Daniel, Yeager, James and Peter Breidenbach.
"It the ideal way to quickly target communications to agents' databases," said Nitsa
Lewis, Crystal's vice president of marketing.
Head teacher Nitsa
Gerides said: "My staff did a wonderful job.
Ben-Ari, with Brian McHale: "Fictional Narrative, Factual Narrative." Poetics Today 11 (1990): 755-74.