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nipple

1. the small conical projection in the centre of the areola of each breast, which in women contains the outlet of the milk ducts
2. a small drilled bush, usually screwed into a bearing, through which grease is introduced

Nipple

 

a threaded metal connecting pipe used to achieve a tight connection of a coupling to a pipeline by means of a coupling nut. Nipples are used to connect pipelines and components of instruments and machines. Nipples with outside thread are used to assemble radiators for central heating systems. The parts used to fasten the spokes to the rim of a bicycle wheel are also called nipples.

nipple

[′nip·əl]
(anatomy)
The conical projection in the center of the mamma, containing the outlets of the milk ducts.
(design engineering)
A short piece of tubing, usually with an internal or external thread at each end, used to couple pipes. Also known as bushing.

nipple

nipple
A short length of pipe with threads at each end; used to join couplings or fittings.

nipple

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NEW YORK -- A significant cultural, architectural and touristic evolution of the urban fabric of one of the world's most iconic and timelessly beautiful cities happens this June with the opening of the first luxury lifestyle hotel in Jerusalem and Israel: Mamilla Hotel.
2010) la asociacion de restos de congrio y albacora seria el bioindicador de navegacion para las poblaciones que ocuparon la zona costera de la quebrada de Mamilla en las cercanias de Tocopilla.
The following interval, from the disappearance of Angochitina longicollis to the abundant appearance of Conochitina claviformis Eisenack and Conochitina mamilla Laufeld and coincidental disappearance of Conochitina proboscifera, is treated in the East Baltic sections as an interzone (Nestor 1994).
The Country Reports on Terrorism 2011 lists several incidents including three arson attacks against mosques in the West Bank and Jerusalem, and the defacing of Muslim graves in Jerusalem's Mamilla Cemetry with Hebrew "price tag" graffiti.
And indeed, based on the API's principles, validating Jewish attachments to areas that fall under Palestinian-Arab sovereignty -- an act that would, in parallel, demand validation of Muslim attachments to sites within Israel, like the Mamilla cemetery -- would likely be far less difficult than resolving what for Palestinians and the Arab world is the highly problematic Israeli demand for recognition of "the Jewish character" of Israel.
The day before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan began, at 2:30 in the morning, workers sent by the Israeli authorities, protected by dozens of police, destroyed the tombstones in the last portion of the Mamilla cemetery, an historic Muslim burial ground with graves going back to the 7th Century, hitherto left untouched.
longicollis; above that level an Interzone is present, ranging up to the appearance of Conochitina mamilla, the index species of the covering biozone (see Nestor 1994).
OTCBB:HOUM) ("HOMI", or the "Company"), has announced that it has signed agreements for the installation of its HOMI ([R])330 and HOMI ([R])336 Computerized Minibar systems with four upscale and luxury hotels: The Kensington London in England; The Dupont Hotel in Washington DC; the new Mamilla Hotel Jerusalem in Israel (an Alrov Luxury Hotel, opening in May 2009); and the Le Meridien Eilat Hotel in Israel.
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Furthermore, al-Quds reported that the Israeli authorities opened a coffee shop over the 12 th century Maman Allah cemetery, also known as Mamilla, and that the Israeli West Jerusalem Municipality has hailed this as one of its most important achievements.
She gave me a lead to someone she thought might know about the cistern near Mamilla that I photographed with Gilat for Friends of the Earth Middle East.
Though the media and officialdom in the US gave the Muslim undertaking in New York their top attention, and the Jewish-run Anti-Defamation League its surprise condemnation, there was hardly any mention, let alone criticism, of what the Israelis are doing to a famous Muslim site in Occupied Jerusalem -- the historic Mamilla Cemetery.