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ν

1. The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet, nu.
3. In chemistry, denotes the position of a substituent located on the thirteenth atom from the carboxyl or other functional group.

nu

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Thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, ν.

ν

/ν/ (nu, the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet) frequency (1).

/℞/ [L.] re (take); see prescription.

nu

[n(y)o̅o̅]
Ν, ν, the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet.

nu

()
1. Thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet (ν).
2. Kinematic viscosity; frequency;stoichiometric number
3. chemistry The position of a substituent located on the thirteenth atom from the carboxyl or other functional group.

Rx, ℞

recipe; used as a heading for a prescription.
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In the meantime, Nunavummiut currently have some post secondary options: Nunavut Arctic College and the Ottawa-based Nunavut Sivuniksavut college.
Nous proposons donc d'analyser l'article 3 de la LPLI dans le but de determiner sa validite, c'est-a-dire de determiner si le legislateur du Nunavut possede le pouvoir d'imposer aux institutions du gouvernement federal l'affichage en langue inuit ainsi que l'offre de ses services au public en cette langue.
Most of today's Nunavut population is only a generation or two removed from a life of subsistence seal hunting, caribou-skin tents, and igloos.
Circumstances such as illness, residential schooling and alcoholism all contributed to such perceptions, and McElroy utilizes a mix of history and oral testimony to describe how such issues, among others, were part of everyday life for many Nunavut residents.
2007), four of which are located directly on the coast--The Western Arctic Claimilnuvialuit Final Agreement (1984), Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (1993), James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (1975), and the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement (2005).
Students fluent in Inuinnaqtun or Inuktitut are being sought and the programme will emphasize "awareness and respect for Inuit culture, and will prepare nurses to be leaders in the health care system of Nunavut.
From personal involvement, I can attest that the need to balance the issue of self-government for all the people living in a territory with the recognition of the preeminent rights for many aspects of land and resource use by the aboriginal population was particularly pointed in Nunavut with its overwhelmingly Inuit population.
In Nunavut the federal government still owns the resources on Crown Lands, controls their development, and receives the tax benefits of what should be our resource.
But this really isn't about the well-being of the people of Nunavut or the polar bears, but about excuses to impose regulations on Western economies.
McPherson goes further and feels that the Inuit may form their own community-based exploration groups and may one day aspire to take on responsibility for all Crown lands in Nunavut.
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