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nutshell

the shell around the kernel of a nut
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Nutshell offers customers change to design their own items using uploaded personal photographs or images.
The guide is meant to be a companion to International Business Transactions in a Nutshell.
It's quite a challenge to summarise a novel in a nutshell but it can be done.
With the Bambook Sunflower e-Reader, Shanghai Nutshell and Shanda have raised consumer expectations for digital reading, both in terms of color content and an interactive user experience," said Clarence Chui, senior vice president and general manager of Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Inc.
Fast Facts for the Clinical Nurse Instructor: Clinical Teaching in a Nutshell
Art reviews also tend to encourage nutshell descriptions of works, linking quick distillations of images to their titles for future recall, but with Nozkowski's paintings, the effort seems futile.
In a nutshell, following is the plan we hatched to use the corporation's excess cash to create wealth.
Nutshell Gang Characters, Starring in NYC TV Show this August, use Kindness and Moral Values to Promote Hybrid Cars
In A Nutshell has the "friend next door" appeal of a blog with the depth and research of a lifestyle magazine.
Cognitive behavioural therapy in a nutshell, 2d ed.
CISCO IOS IN A NUTSHELL appears in its updated second edition covering the basic commands, QOS, switches, virtual LANS--everything the network administrator faces in configuring and tweaking a Cisco IOS system, from user interfaces to a quick command reference.
and that, in a nutshell, is what risk management is all about.