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noggin

a small quantity of spirits, usually 1 gill
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Sparkler's technology will be integrated into Noggin's platform, enabling parents to guide and support their kids' continued growth and development through engaging, playable content and experiences on and off screen, with personalised features that track progress over time.
Father-of-six Mr Firmin created Basil Brush with Ivan Owen and worked with Oliver Postgate, his long-time business partner, on The Clangers, Ivor the Engine, Noggin the Nog and Pogles' Wood.
Noggin gene is detected in the mesenchyme of hair follicle regulating hair growth and cycle [19].
But people are usually that fired-up on the day that they don't really use their noggin and they speak before they think."
Life Noggin answers that question in its newest video.
Noggin, known as bone morphogenesis protein (BMP) inhibitor, is a critical neural-inducing factor both in frog and mammalian [23, 24].
Leave it to a French-language stop-motion film to cut closer to the reality of the orphan experience than "Annie," "Matilda," or any number of like-minded live-action melodramas have over the years--assuming, of course, you can get past the whimsical fact that its parentless wretch sports blue hair and a potato-shaped noggin. "My Life as a Courgette" tells a simple story simply, drawing its power from point of view, as a troubled nine-year-old recounts his stint in a group home following the death of his alcoholic mother.
So when he had a "complete anxiety breakdown" during the tour for his second young-adult novel, Noggin (2014), Whaley knew it was time to write about a subject that he'd wanted to address for a long time: mental illness and his own experience with chronic anxiety.
So far, the surgery has been done only on animals: A doctor in China successfully transplanted the heads of mice (but none lived longer than a day with a new noggin).
Possible Role of Noggin Gene in Mandibular Development
Noggin The Nog Cartoon based on Viking legends with dragons and talking birds.
The goal of this study is to investigate the effects of frame type changes in studs and noggin on ultimate strength of the system.