Ni Examples Symbol, Chemistry.
- Northern Ireland.
Examples from the Web for ni Contemporary Examples of ni
“I think that all you ni**ers need to…check yourselves out,” he said to laughter in his first big applause line of the evening.
December 2, 2014
But good luck erasing the sound of their high shrilled “NI!”
November 20, 2013
In stepping down from the boards of NI Group, Times Newspaper Holdings, and News Corp.
July 21, 2012
Because first of all, you see, “ni**erhead” is just a word, a legitimate and perfectly respectable word.
October 3, 2011
Plus, more nonsensical rhymes, this time about tech: “Fuck hashtags and retweets, ni–a / 140 characters in these streets, ni–a.”
July 5, 2013
Historical Examples of ni
Of this the Bard remarks “ni mad,” it was not honourable, “non bene.”
In all of these essentials Ni Tsan, who died in 1374, brings us nearer to the Ming period.
In this sentence the are ni va ought to be in the nominative.
But there was not then what you call—this—ni—nitro-glycerine.
Put it in your pocket, quick—say no more ’bout it, Goo’ ni’.
British Dictionary definitions for ni ni the internet domain name for
Ni the chemical symbol for
NI abbreviation for
- (in Britain) national insurance
- Northern Ireland
- NZ North Island
ni in Medicine Ni
- The symbol for the elementnickel
ni in Science Ni
- The symbol for nickel.
nickel [nĭk′əl] Ni
- A silvery, hard, ductile metallic element that occurs in ores along with iron or magnesium. It resists oxidation and corrosion and is used to make alloys such as stainless steel. It is also used as a coating for other metals. Atomic number 28; atomic weight 58.69; melting point 1,453°C; boiling point 2,732°C; specific gravity 8.902; valence 0, 1, 2, 3. See Periodic Table.