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NISH

Abbreviation for:
non-radioactive in situ hybridisation
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David Nish, who is to stand down after six years at the helm of insurer Standard Life
uk) - Testimony to the art of blending, this trio of touriga nacional, cabernet sauvignon and syrah (shiraz) generates a rich, plush red with intense, juicy, blackberry fruits, savoury spice and mild tannins on the long, expressive nish.
Some people take vacations to Disneyland; we come to a Duck game," Nish said of himself; Payne, 26, and his wife Audrey, 23; McKay Weaver, 27, and his wife Jayme, 27; and Ben York, 31.
Firstly, Langfield pulled off a superb save from Nish before Fletcher headed another cross wide.
However, Hibs equalised through Nish near the death when Rob Jones directed a header into the striker's path and the substitute nodded the ball home - and picked up a booking for his celebration.
And while Hibs forward Nish insisted that he did not want to see McDonald sent off, he reckons it would have been a different story if he had made the same sort of wild challenge on a Celtic player.
Chamberlin and Philip Kosak, NISH board chairman and president of Carolina Fine Snacks (Greensboro, N.
Under this new agreement, the GSA will offer the JWOD program through NISH for all new contracts for custodial services.
The law requires that at least 75% of the employees working on a federal contract be severely disabled, a NISH spokeswoman said.
As far as realizing his own vision about food, he carefully considers the skills he learned at the hands of past chefs, especially ChefWayne Nish of March, who nominated him for the sous chef award last year.
MUSSELBURGH racecourse caretaker Adam Nish was the big weekend mover in the Tote/Racing Post Flat Ten To Follow competition-and came close to taking the overall lead with his Hamish list.
Indeed, as recently as 10 years ago, over 70 percent of the jobs (provided through CRP's associated with NISH in the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Program) were manufacturing ones--projects that involved the production of items like paper clips, plastic utensils, military uniforms, ponchos, first-aid kits, and bandages for the federal buyer.