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  • Inspiration | instantShift nesta OB talks to Head of Corporate Open Innovation at Nesta

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • She’s phoned a few times since I’ve been back and so has someone called Nesta.

    Mates, Dates: Besties:

  • Called Nesta’s mobile as don’t want to risk her mum or dad picking up their home phone and giving me another telling-off.

    Mates, Dates: Besties:

  • I ran back upstairs and called Nesta’s number then hung up.

    Mates, Dates: Besties:

  • "The stop motion animation of Diadaria (originally called Nesta) and the Mezzick-Muul was one of twelve animation sequences initially approved for development under the control of Rory Fellowes as Animation Designer - a similar role to the one he'd taken on Hellbound: Hellraiser

    MONSTER BRAINS

  • Gary "Nesta" Pine (of the Wailers), The Meditations, Dr. Israel, Ranking Joe, Sluggy Ranks, and more.

    Fulldls.com

  • a Saviour for the Fallen "finds an appropriate voice in W.M. Robert's tune of" Nesta, "and also, like many others of the same measure, in the much-used minors" Llanietyn, "" Catharine, "and" Bryn

    The Story of the Hymns and Tunes

  • "Nesta," said Eustace, following his twin to her door, "what are you going to do now?

    Queensland Cousins

  • This week, The Observer and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts Nesta, the organisation that promotes innovation in Britain, jointly launch what we hope will become an annual search for Britain's 50 new radicals.

    Wanted: the 'radicals' who can make a positive difference | Observer editorial

  • By "radical", we mean people and organisations that are taking risks and, as Geoff Mulgan, the Nesta chief executive, writes in these pages, are "changing the world for the better" by applying fresh approaches to some of the major challenges that society faces across a range of issues.

    Wanted: the 'radicals' who can make a positive difference | Observer editorial

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