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nipper

the large pincer-like claw of a lobster, crab, or similar crustacean
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Ushers were Clay Adams, Ford Biedenharn, Walker Biedenharn, Chris Johnson, Marsh Nippes and Ryan Sims.
Nippes stated, "I have been involved in the construction and pipeline rehabilitation industry for 40 years, and I have never seen a more exciting technology than Geospatial's Smart Probe.
According to the contract between Nippes and Sharps, Nippes would supply these as well as manufacture the rifles; Sharps was to sell them.
Stated Mark Smith, Underground Solutions' CEO, "Mid-Atlantic's President Tim Nippes will be a phenomenal asset to the growing Duraliner family.
On November 24 and 25, unusually heavy rainfall led to flooding in Haiti's Northwest, Nippes, and Grand-Anse departments.
Contract award: procurement of cnc underfloor wheel lathe in tandem version for db ag long-distance transport, work nippes.