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nib

[nib]
(engineering)
A small projecting point.

nib

Any projecting piece, part, or particle.
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Operating in the GSM frequencies of 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz, the UltraWAVE NIB is housed in a single 19 inch rack-mounted chassis and meets "two-man lift" requirements.
On the Effective Date, all properties, assets, liabilities, rights and obligations of NIB Bank will stand amalgamated and vest permanently in MCB Bank and, as a consequence, NIB Bank shall be amalgamated with and into MCB Bank.
At first the nibs were simply pushed into the ends of quills, but as ingenious improvements to the designs of nibs appeared, so too did the nib holders.
NIB is an international financial institution owned by the eight member countries of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
Accused Mohammad Ali was maintaining bank account in NIB Blue Area Branch in name of Solution Unlimited.
NIB remains committed to providing top quality financial and wealth solutions to its customers.
It also gives visitors the chance to get hands on experience, including writing using a host of different implements and to make their own pen nib using original machinery.
Khurram Agha, CIO, NIB Bank, said, 'Expanding our collaboration with Misys offers us a full-fledged treasury solution that meets NIB Bank's requirements.
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.
Back to its original or shorter from, the Apple stylus nib will behave more like a pencil or that of a regular electronic pointing tool.
Birmingham's pen nib manufacturing industry grew up around the Jewellery Quarter in the 19th century and went on to become renowned everywhere - until the arrival of the ball point pen killed it off.