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nipper

the large pincer-like claw of a lobster, crab, or similar crustacean
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He was said to be no other than Nipper Nasmyth himself.
MORPETH jockey Amie Waugh continued her march towards a second consecutive Northern Area ladies' title with victories on Mydor and Nicki's Nipper on Saturday's Lanarkshire & Renfrewshire card at Overton Farm.
com), is a self-contained cell based on a small, six-axis FANUC robot and a gate-cutting device ("nipper").
Nipper and the Lunchbox tells of pet dog Nipper, who hates being alone all day as his best friend Richard goes to work.
IROKO NIPPER can make the most of a drop in class to end a losing run of six in an A2 over 450m at 8.02.
Our exclusive images show the late Dirty Den actor in his last scenes, playing legendary Scotland Yard detective Nipper Read battling to bring down the notorious Kray twins.
The CluedUpp website says: "It's winter 1967 and this wasn't a phone call that Chief Superintendent 'Nipper' Read has ever expected to receive...
At least seven cars were targeted on Wilton Street, Nipper Lane, Thorp Street, Bleakley Street and Lily Hill Street in Whitefield and on Ash Grove in Prestwich.
David McCutcheon, who everyone calls Nipper, is initially dismayed when his teacher assigns a diary writing task.
The Instant Slimmer Waist Nipper is a bestseller now available in skin-tone body beige.
But we need to re-create growth in sales, and this will be a long haul in a difficult market," says Group President Mads Nipper.
The revival of Victor with its associated brands, "His Master's Voice," Little Nipper, and Victrola comes as a stark contrast to the decline of the physical recording industry since the establishment of digital distribution platforms like iTunes, Napster, and Spotify throughout the 2000s.