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nib

[nib]
(engineering)
A small projecting point.

nib

Any projecting piece, part, or particle.
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The Mitchells - John with his brother William - are credited as being the first manufacturers to use machines to cut pen nibs, which made the process much faster.
Bokhari, President and CEO, NIB Bank, Executive Directors of SLIC, Aijaz Ali Khan, M.
Commenting on the agreement, Fady Fiani, Head of Sales Middle East & South East Asia for Misys, adds, "We are delighted that NIB Bank has turned to Misys to provide it with a comprehensive solution to help mitigate operational and financial risk.
In order to modify the nib length, the patent revealed that the whole mechanism will have an actuator or switch that controls the desired adjustments.
The city's steel pen nib manufacturers were unable to keep pace with the changes in technology needed to produce ballpoints and 140 years of steel pen nib manufacture in Birmingham had ended by the early 1960s by which time many companies had amalgamated and moved out.
She had argued that the NIB would step into the domain of the environment ministry, which is quick in taking decisions.
I usually use a professional pet sitter or a live-in house sitter," she said, but this time her dogs (shelties Luna and Wicker) stayed with a friend, "and someone else came by to look in on the cats," who included Nib and 4-year-old Sweetpea, another Devon rex.
One-third supported an NIB to fund only water and wastewater infrastructure, while two-thirds responded that it should also fund transportation and energy projects.
NCTRF has partnered with several of the NIB cut and sew shops to provide the best uniforms possible for the sailors.
NIB said the outlet will continue to process transactions which do not involve cash and will provide all other personal and business services.
Nibs: "The pen's nib must be able to make a line that has personality," he says.