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nick

[nik]
(biochemistry)
The absence of a phosphodiester bond between adjacent nucleotides in one strand of duplex deoxyribonucleic acid.
(geology)

Nick

 

a transverse semicircular groove on the bottom of a printing type. The nick controls the position of each character within a composed line.

nick

[IRC] nickname. On IRC, every user must pick a nick, which is sometimes the user's real name or login name, but is often more fanciful. Compare handle.
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Keith got in touch with his wife's cousin Anne Hough, director of Huddersfield Town, who arranged for Eorl to surprise Nick at his residence in Herncliffe Care Home.
Nick had wound up at the General Services Administration, bored out of his gourd.
-en The awards will focus on young journalists as a nod to Nick's tireless commitment to mentoring trainees and junior reporters.
Nick is already proving to be a heartthrob in the I'm A Celebrity jungle - with many viewers wondering why the dashing DIY SOS presenter is still single at 56.
However, despite his dark beginnings, Nick is set to introduce the world to Dark Horse.
At the start of the footage, we're with Nick as he turns into a street - and almost out of nowhere, a woman on a mobility scooter comes from behind a parked car into the middle of the street.
Moreover, as he started the story anew, he decided to portray Nick in solitude on his fishing trip.
Fran said he had first met Nick, 35, when he sold the group's merchandise on their 2009-2010 tour.
14, Nick, an architecture major from Adamson University, was mugged on Martinez Street, a few blocks away from his house on Pineda Street, Central Signal Village.
Gemma had posted a picture of her and Nick with fellow celebrities at the awards.