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  • Nay, is he not by his death paying the price of their redemption?

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Nay Myo Kyaw, 28, who wrote blogs under the name Nay Phone Latt, was sentenced to 20 years and

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  • To everyone's surprise, his side won: After Tony Blair made the mistake of leaving the House of Commons for five minutes, the bill came to a swift vote, and it was defeated by exactly one "Nay" -- indicating just how sharp this division has become.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • To everyone's surprise, his side won: After Tony Blair made the mistake of leaving the House of Commons for five minutes, the bill came to a swift vote, and it was defeated by exactly one "Nay" -- indicating just how sharp this division has become.

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  • No one said him "Nay" -- even the stingiest folk were all forced to give him what he asked for.

    East O' the Sun and West O' the Moon

  • Nay Myo Kyaw, a 28-year old man who blogged under the name Nay Phone Latt, was sentenced to 20 years and six months in jail by a court in Rangoon.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Three days -- four days before this, called Nay Nay to pick her up.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2009

  • Nay, that is a question which it craves time to answer — I have that matter to determine yet,” replied the disgraced favourite.

    The Abbot

  • Nay, that is best of all: he sprang like a cat in a gutter.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • To which Hiero: Nay, that is not so, Simonides, take my word for it; the fact is rather that the pleasures of the despot are far fewer than those of people in a humbler condition, and his pains not only far more numerous, but more intense.

    Hiero

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