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NISS

 
New Injury Severity Score, a patient classification system.
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(44) While we might not have a clear idea of how familiar Chaucer was with biblical plays, Ruth Nisse draws a connection between the character of the drunken Miller, who theatrically breaks out into the voice of "Pilate" in lines 3124-25.
Tino Dzaro, owner of Cafe Nisse, said: "I am very excited to be opening up to new methods of payment and attracting a wider catchment of customers who may be intrigued and excited by payment using Bitcoin."
Nisse's study of Lydgate's representation of martyrdom, particularly child martyrs, is a fascinating account of the interaction of hagiography, politics and the writer's use of text as a way to connect with both the past and present.
Trolls, elves, huldrer, tomte, nisse and other mischievous characters were everyday companions to Scandinavian farm families of my generation.
Nolan, "The Performance of the Literary: Lydgate's Mummings"; Jennifer Summit, "'Stable in study': Lydgate's Fall of Princes and Duke Humphrey's Library"; Rita Copeland, "Lydgate, Hawes, and the Science of Rhetoric in the Late Middle Ages"; Fiona Somerset, "'Hard is with seyntis for to make affray': Lydgate the 'Poet-Propagandist' as Hagiographer"; and Ruth Nisse, "'Was it not Routhe to Se?': Lydgate and the Styles of Martyrdom."
Lampert demonstrates, with reference to the work of Ruth Nisse, ways in which Lollards and the orthodox clergy both associate their opponents with Jews.
'But it's strange no one's noticed them here before,' comments marine ecologist Nisse Goldherg.
Nisse: You don't think of the consequences, you kind of don't think at all.
(53) Jason Nisse, The City's Jo'Burg Principles Are Well-Meaning, Woolly--and Won't Work, INDEP.
(4.) Jason Nisse, "Foreign News Section," The Independent (London), March 3, 2002, p.