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  • 1 New Primitives — New Primitivism was an urban subcultural movement that originated in Sarajevo during early to mid 1980s. The movement was identified with Zabranjeno pušenje and Elvis J. Kurtović His Meteors bands, whose members were the driving forces behind it …

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  • 2 new — adj. 1 recently built/made VERBS ▪ be, look ▪ The car still looks new. ADVERB ▪ brand, spanking ▪ a …

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  • 3 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith — was a nightly one hour television show on ESPN2 hosted by Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and ESPN reporter, Stephen A. Smith. The show premiered on August 1, 2005 and was cancelled on January 11 2007 because of low ratings. Smith called the… …

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  • 4 New Cutie Honey — Cover art of North American Essential Anime release by ADV Films, 2004 …

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  • 5 New Wave science fiction — New Wave is a term applied to science fiction produced in the 1960s and 1970s and characterized by a high degree of experimentation, both in form and in content, a literary or artistic sensibility, and a focus on soft as opposed to hard science.… …

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  • 6 NEW YORK CITY — NEW YORK CITY, foremost city of the Western Hemisphere and largest urban Jewish community in history; pop. 7,771,730 (1970), est. Jewish pop. 1,836,000 (1968); metropolitan area 11,448,480 (1970), metropolitan area Jewish (1968), 2,381,000… …

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  • 7 quite a few — or[quite a number] also {formal}[not a few] {n.} or {adj. phr.} Rather a large number; more than a few. * /Quite a few went to the game./ * /The basket had quite a few rotten apples in it./ The phrase quite a number is used like an adjective only …

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  • 8 quite a few — or[quite a number] also {formal}[not a few] {n.} or {adj. phr.} Rather a large number; more than a few. * /Quite a few went to the game./ * /The basket had quite a few rotten apples in it./ The phrase quite a number is used like an adjective only …

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  • 9 New Hampshire Phantoms — Full name New Hampshire Phantoms Football Club Nickname(s) The Phantoms Founded 1996 …

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  • 10 New Perspective on Paul — New Perspective redirects here. For the song by Panic! at the Disco, see New Perspective (song). Artist s depiction of Saint Paul Writing His Epistles, Sixteenth Century (Blaffer Foundation Collection, Houston, Texas). The New Perspective on Paul …

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  • 11 New Orleans Jesters — Full name New Orleans Jesters Nickname(s) The Jesters Founded 2003 …

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  • 12 New Simplicity — (in German, die neue Einfachheit) was a stylistic tendency amongst some of the younger generation of German composers in the late 1970s and early 1980s, reacting against not only the European avant garde of the 1950s and 1960s, but also against… …

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  • 13 New Kilpatrick — Parish Church, Bearsden, historical centre of administration for the parish. New Kilpatrick, (also known as East Kilpatrick or Easter Kilpatrick) is an ecclesiastical Parish and former Civil Parish in Dunbartonshire. It was formed in 1649 from… …

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  • 14 New Friends Colony — s market caters to all kinds of food lovers. Nathu s, McDonald s, Nirula s, Domino s, Albake, Pizza Hut, Maze, Bon Bon Pastry Shop and confectioneries,other Indian, Chinese and Thai restaurants and various coffee shops like Barista and Cafe… …

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  • 15 New World porcupine — New World Porcupines Temporal range: Late Oligocene–Recent …

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  • 16 New Valamo — New Valaam was also the name of a monastery on Spruce Island, Alaska. New Valamo monastery today …

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  • 17 New Beginnings — Studio album by Don Pullen Released 1989 …

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  • 18 quite\ a\ few — • quite a few • quite a number also formal not a few noun or adj. phr. Rather a large number; more than a few. Quite a few went to the game. The basket had quite a few rotten apples in it. the phrase quite a number is used like an adjective only… …

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  • 19 quite\ a\ number — • quite a few • quite a number also formal not a few noun or adj. phr. Rather a large number; more than a few. Quite a few went to the game. The basket had quite a few rotten apples in it. the phrase quite a number is used like an adjective only… …

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  • 20 New Netherland — Nieuw Nederland Dutch colony 1614–1667 …

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