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NAIA is an acronym (or an initialism) that can refer to the following:

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National Association of Independent Artists (847 words)
We are committed to integrity, creativity, and the pursuit of excellence and we advocate for the highest ideals and practices within all aspects of the art show environment.
This website, as well as the NAIA itself, is work in progress and has potential to be a great resource for not only artists/artisans but the organizers and directors of shows.
As a member of an all-volunteer organization (or even if you're not) you are very much encouraged to contribute anything that you think might be of interest to your fellow members and visitors alike, such as time and skills, suggestions or even monetary donations.
naia.org - The Official Site of The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (262 words)
The honor is the highest bestowed by the NAIA.
The NAIA announced today that Buffalo Funds, in conjunction with its national sponsorship of Champions of Character, has awarded Vanguard and Cornerstone a grant to assist with its campus Champions of Character Program Center.
Twenty-one Former NAIA Baseball Players are Currently on Continental Baseball League Rosters
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