Definitions for namnɑm, næm
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Vietnam, especially the Vietnam War
imp. of Nim
Origin: [Contr. fr. ne am.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nam, n. an obsolete law term for distraint.—n. Namā′tion. [A.S. niman, pa.t. nam, to take.]
man, Man, man., Man., MAN
AMN, MAN, Man, Man., man, man., MNA
The numerical value of nam in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of nam in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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We recovered the gold both in the form of bar and ornaments from Son Young Nam, the First Secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Dhaka.
We recovered the gold both in the form of bars and ornaments from Son Young Nam, the First Secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Dhaka.
The world is watching especially those destination countries whose demand drives the trade — Viet Nam and China. There is an urgent need to implement the full provisions of the measures agreed by CITES Parties and to close those cross-border markets in Viet Nam that service Chinese consumers, failure to do so means the future outlook for Africa ’s rhinos remains very bleak.
Former secretary of state George Shultz, reflecting on forty years of United States foreign policy from 1970 to the present, said, “When I think about all the money we spent on bombs and munitions, and our failures in Viet Nam, Iraq, Afghanistan and other places around the world . . . Instead of advancing our agenda using force, we should have instead built schools and hospitals in these countries, improving the lives of their children. By now, those children would have grown into positions of influence, and they would be grateful to us instead of hating us.” Excerpt From: Daniel J. Levitin. “The Organized Scienceof Mind
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