American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Nin, Anaïs 1903-1977. French-born American writer and diarist known for her novels, including Winter of Artifice (1939), and The Diary of Anaïs Nin 1931-1966 (published 1966-1980).
“Titles "Nin Nin Nin NO NO NO NO" come on laugh it was funny, just like all this going on.”
“Now what I want to know, Nin, is how you've hypnotized the lovely Lulu into this thing.”
“In the list of kings three only will be found with names into which the terms Nin enters.”
The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 2. (of 7): Assyria The History, Geography, And Antiquities Of Chaldaea, Assyria, Babylon, Media, Persia, Parthia, And Sassanian or New Persian Empire; With Maps and Illustrations.
“Thus Anais Nin is lumped with Letters to Penthouse, and Sandro Botticelli with Ron Jeremy, and E.M. Forster's "Maurice" with Morty Valentino's "World Class Ass".”
“The recording features the world-premiere recording of Joaquin Nin-Culmell's "Twelve Cuban Dances" and of Olga Gorelli's "Serenade: I Carry Your Heart With Me," (with poetry of E.E. Cummings) as well as works of Albero, Bach, Byrd, and Piazzolla.”
“The jury may still be out as to whether Nin was actually a good writer or not, but the spirit of her work was perfect for that last decade of her life, and contains a message of extreme self-exposure that interests the media still today.”
“Assyrians called her Nin-Eveh, "Holy Lady Eve," after whom their capital was named. ...”
“The other was for a Kyoto nightclub called Nin-gyo-ro, the Doll Pavilion.”
“The consort of Nannar was Nin-Uruwa, "the lady of Ur", who was also called Nin-gala.”
“_Daigo Tettei_, and one who has attained to this superior phase of consciousness is called Sho-Nin, meaning literally "above man.”
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