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noun, plural N's or Ns, n's or ns.
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Africom had been assigned three two-letter ranges to choose from: JS through JZ, NS through NZ, and OA through OF.Why Is the Libya War Called Operation Odyssey Dawn?|Josh Dzieza|March 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
NS: some can and some can't in some area is easier but it's generally difficult as they try to cut them alah o akbar still on.
NS: still as usual same system Me: Can anyone even watch CNN or BBC Persian or VOA?
NS: we do feel sad feeling kind of sad... Me: Is it all over?
NS: I assume he was shooting in the streets last night and that happened Me: What do you know about today?
He ns a lichamlice on re byrgene, see ghwr bi urh his godcundan mihte.
Feud′ary, Feud′atory, holding lands or power by a feudal tenure—also ns.
Seen from Ns, also, the panorama of majestic mountains is much grander than from Veblungsns.The Norwegian Fjords|A. Heaton Cooper
Ns na se Hlend on a wisan gecostnod; foron e he ws of mdene acenned buton synne, and ns nan ing wyrlices on him.
The time come when the other'ns got their come-upin's; when they found out whether it paid to live straight.Alaska|Ella Higginson