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Nysa

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(astronomy)
An asteroid whose surface composition may resemble that of the aubrites; it has a diameter of approximately 42 miles (68 kilometers) and a mean distance from the sun of 2.42 astronomical units.

Nysa

 

a city in southwestern Poland, in Opole Województwo, on the Nysa Ktodzka River. Population, 34,000 (1972). Railroad junction. The city produces motor vehicles (minibuses and vans); equipment for chemical, sugar, and other factories; leather; and confectionery products.

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In the western part of the profile runs the Klodzko Valley section of the watershed Nysa Klodzka River in Klodzko.
Letter from Joseph to Rockefeller, April 30, 1973, Reel A16, Rockefeller Gubernatorial Papers, 4th Administration, NYSA.
The 100-meter long Nysa Bridge, a tunnel-like substruction, was the second largest of its kind in antiquity.
The most important structures are: the parallel Miedzylesie ridge, as well as Dlugopole Zdroj and Bystrzyca Klodzka horsts that are dissected by gorge-like reaches of the Nysa Klodzka river.
Antonio Invernizzi provides a welcome reassessment of the monumental structures at the first Parthian capital at Nysa.
Kajol and Ajay Devgn, who married in 1999, have two children: daughter Nysa and son Yug.
The NYSA Spa features a water temple, a traditional hammam, male and female gyms and workout studios, an outdoor pool, eight spa treatment rooms, and a business-oriented express spa menu.
The couple tied the knot in 1999 and has a seven-year-old daughter named Nysa.
Instead of a break, the actor has now settled for the second best option -- he spends all his free time at home, pampering Kajol and daughter Nysa.
He was carried by the god Hermes to Mount Nysa and delivered into the care of the Hyades, the nymphs of warm rain, that placed him in a cave having all the requirements of an incubator - an air filter, double lining and protection from draughts.
They were applied, however, exclusively to most spectacular escarpments--smf, marginal fault of the Upper Nysa Klodzka Trough.
Studley's Jack Feeney, managing director, Iselin, and Robert Goodman, senior managing director, New York, represented NYSA in this 14,800-square-foot lease.