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Definition funny of Notu:
A play on the term POTUS (President of the United States) used by many to refer to the current pres. Now that there is a nigger in the 'white' house, I'm sure his secret service calls him NOTUS (Nigger of the United States).
Media: Is the President on his way to Atlanta? Secret Service: Yeah, we put NOTUS on the plane - all secure.
Songs about Notu:
Notus by Jacco Gardner from the Album The End of August
Aeolus, God of the Winds: IV. Notus (South Wind), The heavywet wind: Fast and very intense by Loren Kitt from the Album Samuel Adler: Works for String Quartet and Other Small Ensemble
Chirigina Notu by Apoorva Benny Dayal from the Album Genius (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Ekwem Notu Chineke by The Choristers of St. Gabriel's Church Umanachi Idemili Division from the Album 51 Lex Presents Otito Diri Chineke
Ekwem Notu Chineke by The Choristers of St. Gabriel's Church Umanachi Idemili Divi from the Album Ekwen Notu Chineke
Gaudete et cantate - Monumenta aperta sunt - Notus est dominus - In pace factus est [Pascha: Offertorium, 9th... by Ensemble Gilles Binchois from the Album Music and Poetry in St Gallen: Sequences and Tropes (9th Century)
Hoolie Crisrus notus est by Chamber Choir Lege Artis from the Album Architectonic of Maas
Books about Notu:
Notus by Pat (editor) Smith (1988)
Le Notus continuera de naviguer: Alain Babanini (French Edition) by Alain Babanini (Mar 31, 2014)
Notus-notarius. In four cantos. by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Jun 1, 2010)
NOTUS NEW WRITING: [VOL. 4, NO. 2] by Ed. Pat Smith (1989)
NOTUS NEW WRITING: VOL. 3, NO. 2 by Ed. Pat Smith (1988)
Notus 9 Fall 1991 by 0 (1991)
Notus Vol.2 No.1 by Pat Smith (editor) (1987)
Wiki information Notu:
Notus is a city in Canyon County, Idaho, United States. The population was 531 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Boise City–Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Ewage, also known as Notu, is a Papuan language spoken in the "tail" of Papua New Guinea. Preference for the name depends on the region. Its two dialects are Sose/Sohe and Ifane/Ihane.