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/ni'kl/ ["nickel", common name for the US 5-cent coin] A nibble + 1; 5 bits. Reported among developers for Mattel's GI 1600 (the Intellivision games processor), a chip with 16 bit-wide RAM but 10 bit-wide ROM. See also deckle.
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AM 91 Nickle Anode Plates Size : 610 x 100 x 12 to 15 mm.
Mound & Nickle (2009) provided a complete morphological diagnosis of the genus Ceratothripoides and the 5 species currently included, all of which previously were confined to the Old World tropics (ThripsWiki 2016).
Nickle Electrical Companies was founded in 1986 by the late Paul Allen Nickle as Paul A.
Between this relationship, our veteran instructor and our knowledgeable advisory board, the students will enjoy a great all-around educational experience," Nickle said.
Adapted from the book by John Nickle, The Ant Bully is a fable of triumph against adversity.
Following Naskrecki s (1997) revision of the copiphorine genus Acantheremus Karny, Nickle (2001b) added another new species, A.
Nickle could not force his way into Saints' Grand Final team but gets one last chance with injuries taking their toll on Millward's squad.
ST HELENS duo Sean Hoppe and Sonny Nickle make their farewell appearances for St Helens tonight when they take on New Zealand at Knowsley Road (ko 8pm).
The gases are a natural byproduct of what's being digested in the termite's gut, says ARS' Nickle.
SONNY NICKLE could have played his last match for St Helens after being handed a six-month ban.
He does get the occasional note commenting that since the Journal of Academic Something-or-other costs about a nickle a page, how can he justify charging ten times that much for a newsletter?
St Helens team: Wellens, Hoppe, Iro, Newlove, Sullivan, Martyn, Long, Nickle, Cunningham, Fairleigh, Joynt (capt), Shiels, Sculthorpe.