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NOOK

A family of Android-based e-book readers and tablets from Barnes & Noble. Introduced in 2009, the monochrome E Ink devices are designed for book reading and extended battery life, which E Ink screens are noted for. The tablets, which feature an LCD color screen, are general-purpose Android devices; however, apps must be obtained from the Barnes & Noble online store. For more information, visit www.barnesandnoble.com. See tablet and E Ink.

nook

An alcove opening off a room to provide additional or more intimate space, sometimes at a fireplace or adjoining a kitchen for dining.
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Young and Cranny are expected to join the company October 24, 2016 and Monahan is expected to join November 1, 2016.
After disposing of Eddie Preston, Cranny, from 2-1 down, beat Bert Rivers 8 and 12, Maghull taking it 5-4.
The race felt good," said Cranny, who will be a freshman at Stanford in the fall.
He warned all stakeholders and companies to take initiatives for removal of illegal sinages and hoardings on their own or else those vehicles that continued to roam around the nook and cranny of the metropolis would be confiscated and the goods thus advertised would also be banned for sale.
Goldfrapp said very little between tunes, her epic, ethereal voice filling every nook and cranny of the Royal Concert Hall.
I think we need security at Pool Meadow all the time, and covering every nook and cranny of the station.
com) exudes sexiness from every nook and cranny, from the BED restaurant in its lobby to its spectacular rooftop bar (the only one of its kind in the downtown area).
Throughout the two main reading floors there is a wide variety of environments ranging from more orthodox spaces, such as the rectangular galleried reading room, to the more expressive spaces such as the cavernous study bays to the south; with each nook and cranny adding to the diversity of places.
Eight-ounce flat brushes are used to apply a solution in every nook and cranny, then clothed of f after.
The clinical director of the Northern Ontario Remote Telecommunications Health (NORTH) Network is always looking for ways to better deliver tele-health services into every nook and cranny of Northern Ontario.
An atmosphere of mourning and loss, coupled with prurient curiosity, spikes the historical spectacle that unfolds as we examine every nook and cranny of the hospital, dorms, grounds, and outbuildings that collectively reiterate principles of nineteenth-century social utopianism and, at same time, give testimony to the souring of social ideals into dystopic nightmares.
However, one strain of mold--stachybotrys--is an increasingly worrisome poisonous agent that can infiltrate every nook and cranny of a house or an apartment.