Definitions

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  • abbreviation National Invitational Tournament

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Examples

  • "Overall, this was an important game for us and it really showed that the NIT is a positive thing," Ellis said.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Miami (Fla.) vs. Auburn

  • "The NIT is a true selection process and performance is how you get into it," he said.

    Pac-10 Conference

  • "The NIT is a true selection process and performance is how you get into it," he said.

    Arizona - Team Notes

  • The NIT is intended to be a supplemental income, but the problem is that the incentive to work depreciates for those who make absolutely nothing since they actually get something nothing and no supplemental benefit exists beyond the free money.

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  • The NIT is intended to be a supplemental income, but the problem is that the incentive to work depreciates for those who make absolutely nothing since they actually get something nothing and no supplemental benefit exists beyond the free money.

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  • Ofcourse NIT is by far the best in Orissa, but after that I feel list is faulty if u really considered infra/results/input quality of students/faculty and more importantly, fee structure.

    The Top 20 Engineering Colleges in Orissa

  • Milligan, Massachusetts put clamps on Florida in NIT

    USATODAY.com

  • Ohio State overcomes Asheville, 7-7 big man to move on in NIT

    USATODAY.com

  • Maybin NIT .247 .329 .312 22 85 17 21 28 2 1 1 4 7 26 2 1 0

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  • Martin NIT .289 .373 .385 23 83 15 24 31 1 0 2 5 12 13 1 0 2

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