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NU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NIUE0.

NU

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Niue. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Niuean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Niue. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Niue.
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During adoration, the nuns wore malong cloaks, they sang local songs, they adapted to the spirit of the place.
During the course of their interviews, the nuns discuss the monastic lifestyle, relationships with family members, and the centrality of prayer in their lives.
Reese was fresh off a yearlong volunteer stint as a communications director for a huge hospital ship, another form of enclosed community, when she began her oral history collaboration with the nuns, whom she first approached in 2005.
The landing page also includes a fun Color A Nun activity for kids to share
Keith Mitchell also starred in the production about a 12th century romance between a priest and a nun at a French convent.
If Nuns Ruled the World is written from a secular point of view, which makes Piazza herself as credible and purposeful as the nuns she has spent so much time getting to know.
The nuns who truly deserve our respect and support are those that have deep prayer lives, perform good works and uphold the divinely inspired teachings of the Church.
The third and longest section, 'Literate Nuns: Reading and Writing in the Convent', initiates more of a dialogue between England and the Continent, with three contributions on English and four on Continental nuns.
Officers from Lebanon's General Security received the nuns on the outskirts of the Lebanese northeastern town of Arsal.
He is especially pleased that, whenever he goes to the bhikkhuni temple, the head nun herself comes out to greet him.
Just as nuns were kitcheners, cellarers, bursars, and so on, they were also accounting obedientiaries.
A number of political leaders and organisations, including Amnesty International, have demanded an inquiry into the killing of the nun.