If it saved even one life, I would be so grateful," she told The Navajo Times a few days later.
What does NT stand for?
NT stands for Navajo Times
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 37 other meanings of NT in our Acronym Attic
- nano-Tesla (10^-9 Tesla; magnetic field strength measurement unit)
- Narrative Therapy (psychotherapy)
- Narrower Term (lexicography)
- Naso Tracheal
- National Team
- National Trust (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Navajo Nation, says Duane Beyal, editor of Navajo Times newspaper in Arizona, looks to build casinos.
At Window Rock, Navajo Times publisher Tom Arviso talked about his feisty weekly, which has a circulation of 21,400 and estimated readership of one hundred thousand.
Despite the severity of his cancer, Craig remained optimistic, telling the Navajo Times earlier this year he hoped to be back performing in April, and that he was planning new recordings and writing an audio book about a Vietnam veteran.
Twenty years ago the Navajo Times reported that rape was the number one crime in the Navajo Nation, according to Paula Gunn Allen in Violence and Native American Women (1999).
People power Mark Trahant wrote this editorial for Navajo Times Today, May 2, 1986.
On one hand, it's understandable," says tribal spokesman Duane Beyal, former editor of the Navajo Times.
The current fellows include David Baron of National Public Radio in Boston; Jennifer Bowles of the Associated Press in Los Angeles; Paula Dobbyn of KTOO-FM in Juneau, Alaska; Cate Gilles of the Navajo Times in Window Rock, Ariz.