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1. a flat marshy headland in SE England, in Essex on the North Sea coast
2. another name for Lindesnes
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Des banlieues tellement "naze", que meme les Karchers de Nico et qui ont si mauvaise reputation n'y feraient rien.
"Studies at other wavelengths had already hinted that the winds from massive stars are not simply a uniform breeze, and the new XMM-Newton data confirm this, but also reveal hundreds of thousands of individual hot and cool pieces," said Yael Naze, Universite de Liege, Belgium, who led the study's analysis.
Jaroslaw Naze, deputy head of Poland's national veterinary unit, said: "All 14 samples from the five slaughterhouses showed negative results, which means horse protein was not detected."
"All 14 samples coming from the five slaughterhouses showed negative results, which means that horse protein was not detected,' PAP quoted deputy head of the Polish veterinary inspection Jaroslaw Naze as saying.
Its entire staff, including president and CEO Scott Naze, will join MMAa[euro](tm)s upper Midwest hub, but will continue to operate from their existing sites in New Berlin and Appleton, Wisconsin.
Camera (color, Panavision widescreen), Thierry Arbogast; editor, Julien Rey; music, Eric Serra; production designer, Hugues Tissandier; costume designer, Olivier Beriot; sound (Dolby Digital/DTS), Martin Boissau; sound designers, Guillaume Bouchateau, Alexis Place; re-recording mixer, Didier Lozahic; special effects supervisor, Stephane Naze; visual effects supervisor, Anthony Lyant; animation director, Yann Avenati; 3D director, Pierre Buffin; 3D animation, BUF; line producer, Camille Courau; associate producer, Emmanuel Prevost; assistant director, Stephane Gluck; casting, Todd Thaler, Gale Stevens, Swan Pham.
The movie is about a girl, Naze, who is half French, half Kurdish (her mother is Kurdish).
Supermassive-star expert Don Figer (Rochester Institute of Technology) says, "History is full of claims in this field that turn out not to be true, because so many things can go wrong." (For instance, there's still some room for R136a1 to be not a single star but an unresolved binary pair.) Fellow expert Yael Naze in Belgium calls the new high-mass estimate "still unsure."
But the 'Naze Millionaires' from the south-east city of Owerri have found scoring difficult in the group phase and could not snatch the equalizer that would have kept alive hopes of a second successive last-four appearance.
The introduction of veteran striker Emeka Nwanna in place of Nwachi late in the second period added some bite to the strike force of the 'Naze Millionaires', but in the end, Heartland remained winless after three rounds of matches.
"Customers frequently ask about environmental issues when it comes to labels," says Karen Naze, vice president of operations at WS Packaging's Algoma plant, "both from our perspective and from theirs." The label industry as a whole began a strong push toward greening their companies and products when Walmart started its sustainability initiative, but "we started this before Walmart," says Wayne Richter, chief manufacturing officer for WS Packaging.