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nipper

the large pincer-like claw of a lobster, crab, or similar crustacean
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Among all 354 precipitation measures, 177 are significant at the 1 percent or 5 percent level for Team Shimizu, which is mostly affected by adverse weather condition, while only 6 measures are significant at the 1 percent or 5 percent level for Yokohama FM, Nippa, which is least affected.
Secondly, more research based on more primary data could be taken, such as survey results from local nongovernmental organizations, to avoid secondhand bias (Nippa et al., 2007).
That is, the statement that the creatures "tredad bearonaessas, / hwilum burgsalo / nippa bearna" (tread the wooded headlands, at times the town houses of the sons of men).
Annegret Nippa's chapter offers an intensive examination of a mosque which Powell documented in the spring of 1980.
No, what I have failed to mention is that what comes with the Nippa's lack of equipment is its lack of expense.
Third were Rima Begum, 15, and Nippa Begum, 16, from Arthur's Hill, dancing to Michael Jackson's Scream.
Mr Thirsk, of Tower Green, St Hilda's, known to his friends and family as "Nippa", died in front of his horrified girlfriend following a scuffle inside the Zetland Road pub.
Pitched within a few hundred pounds of the previous Nippa city car, Kelisa EX provides an affordable step up for cost-conscious motorists looking for a modern and practical 5-door city car boasting a high standard specification.
The Nippa has slipped off Perodua's price list, leav-ing the Suzuki Swift 1.0 Sky edition as the only model officially under the magic pounds 5,000 mark.
Perodua, makers of the highly economical Nippa, have set out their stall to woo company car drivers looking for the lowest possible tax liability.
MALAYSIAN manufacturer Perodua is starting the New Year on a high note with the launch of the Kelisa, a five-door city car to replace the current king of low cost motorinbg, the Nippa.