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nip

nip and tuck Informal plastic surgery performed for cosmetic reasons

nip

2
Chiefly Brit a measure of spirits usually equal to one sixth of a gill

nip

[nip]
(geology)
A small, low cliff or break in slope which is produced by wavelets at the high-water mark.
The point on the bank of a meander lake where erosion takes place due to crowding of the stream current toward the lake.
Thinning of a coal seam, particularly if caused by tectonic movements. Also known as want.
(metallurgy)
(mining engineering)

NIP

(Novell Internet Printing) See NetWare 6.
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They said the NIP CEO was involved in illegal allotment of industrial plots in NIP, which was causing losses due to which the board had forwarded a recommendation for his removal from the post.
In its response, the NIP said the decision on utilities and power policy is awaited from its Board of Directors.
CEO NIP Mudassar Iqbal apprised the Minister about some of objectives of the NIP and said that NIP had been mandated to take necessary steps in attracting industrialists for setting up their businesses in the industrial parks to promote interaction between the industrialists and the government so to create an overall conducive industrial environment.
Mr Nip then met with the Deputy Secretary of CPC Dongguan Municipal Committee, Mr Zhang Ke, to get first-hand information on the development of Dongguan's economy and society as well as its role and position in the Bay Area's growth.
Now, schoolchildren are being encouraged to go on a Nip Nebs trail in Dumfries looking out for small animals and tiny fairies from the book and a creature with "cold, cold breath and a wee bag full of skinkles".
Replying to a question, he said the seats under NIP were being allocated to provinces as per National Finance Award Formula.
The challenge for winding is to have sufficient nip to remove the air and wind hard, straight rolls without introducing too much in-wound tension in order to prevent roll blocking or deformation of the web over the high-caliper area.
I had a goal in mind when I got Nip and Tuck, I wanted to use them to farm with, but I wasn't sure how to accomplish that.
Poynter joined the board of NIP and NEHS in November 2009, when he was also named chair of the risk and audit committees.
But the leading engineering body says NIP 2 will be pivotal in showing Government's commitment to infrastructure being a core economic driver and urges Government not to waste the opportunity.
introduces DigiNip, an economical handheld device that transforms the way nip measurements are obtained for small printing and coating rollers.