The NIRA was based on a lunatic confusion of cause with effect.
NIRA was—well, it hardly seems enough to call it a terrible program.
From the edge of the snow I descended rapidly to the village of NIRA.
This ceremony is known as NIRA, and is common to all Hindu castes.
Then he traced on down to NIRA where Tully had been assigned.
At NIRA, besides the usual crops of barley, there was a good deal of buckwheat, which was just above ground.
The next important ceremony is called the NIRA, or bringing in of the first-fruits.
The elevation not being materially different from that of NIRA, the plants of the cultivated grounds were the same.