Nin Sentence Examples
They were also called Bonin Jima (corrupted by foreigners into Bonin) because of their being without (bu) inhabitants (nin).
Manganese may be estimated quantitatively by precipitation as carbonate, this salt being then converted into the oxide, Mn 3 0 4 by ignition; or by precipitation as hydrated dioxide by means of ammonia and bromine water, followed by ignition to NIn 3 0 4.
To be fair tho, I think NIN, The Offspring or Rammstien would be big enough headliners if Tool can do it.
For example, Anais Nin is well known for her writing about her affair with Henry Miller, but very little is talked about her relationships with women other than that they happened.
As a top designer for Paraphernalia, Betsy paved the way for her trademark styles that eventually led to her opening up a new boutique entitled Betsey Bunki Nin in 1969.Advertisement
The actress will also be featured in Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell, a theater production produced for the New York Fringe Festival, in the role of Andromeda.
This is widely considered to be responsible for NIN's ongoing success.
Trent Reznor recorded the entirety of NIN's debut album, Pretty Hate Machine, in the dead of the night at a recording studio where he was the janitor.
Following the release of the album, NIN toured with such legendary artists as Skinny Puppy and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
In 1992, Interscope records were keen to dump NIN, or at least keep them on the road.Advertisement
The album's first single, 'Wish', soon became an alternative radio hit, and Interscope was convinced to keep NIN on.
Released in 1995, NIN's second full-length release, The Downward Spiral, was widely anticipated as NIN's underground following had grown in the 3-year gap since the last two EPs.
The lavishly packaged The Downward Spiral was a delicately produced concept album, bearing a refined and more original sound for NIN, and is still widely considered to be the bands best album.
The albums second single, "Closer", was the defining song for NIN's commercial success. within a month of its release it was in billboard top 10 charts, and TDS went platinum almost overnight.
Before long, NIN were darlings of rock radio everywhere, appearing all over MTV and being heralded as the new alternative music heroes.Advertisement
For a band with as explosive a success story as NIN, four years was a long time to wait between albums(though a song for the soundtrack to Lost Highway, "The Perfect Drug", was released in the interval).
Spread across two discs (just labelled 'left' and 'right'), The Fragile was a softer side of NIN, though certainly not less angry.
The single "We're In This Together" was well-received by commercial radio, though not to the degree of past NIN recordings.
Comprising of several shows from the Fragility tour, NIN released a live DVD/CD entitled And All That Could Have Been (the title being a lyric from "The Great Below" from The Fragile).
The one entirely original new track, "And All That Could Have Been", was a hit amongst hardcore NIN fans.Advertisement
Much like the previous instance, a long wait came between albums for NIN.
Teeth saw the NIN front man finally off drugs, and, with the help of a revitalized lineup and some live drums from Dave Grohl, produced a sharper and more focused sound than The Fragile.
First two singles, "The Hand That Feeds" and "Only" both sold well, and NIN took to the stage for the With Teeth Tour 2005, their first tour to be entirely sold out.