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- n. Catmint, catnip; Nepeta cataria.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Catnip.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To form knots, knobs, or protuberances in (cotton-fibers) during the processes of ginning, opening, etc., preparatory to carding and combing.
- n. The catnip, Nepeta Cataria.
- n. A variant of neep.
- n. A knob, swelling, protuberance, or knot which exists in imperfect cotton-fibers as a result either of unsymmetrical growth or of operations (principally ginning) to which the cotton is subjected preparatory to carding or combing.
I am called "nep" by my old teammates, my brothers, everyone on PuF and Proving Grounds and #pu and most other places I frequent.
This machine is responsible for much of the "nep" (or knots) found in
Why is it ESMD/JSC cannot get it's act together and deal with the fact the effort is nothing but nepotism [(nep-uh-tiz-uhm)] Favoritism granted to relatives or close friends, without regard to their merit.
The Plan of the nep-Kooks, has been Bi-Partisanship.
As always, scroll down or CTRL-F to nep (that's me!).
"Hey nep, you been playing this night and day lately?".
As the cotton is fed to the card in the form of a sheet or lap from the picker, it is supposed to have been freed from a considerable quantity of sand, seed, etc., but there still remain nep, fine leaf, and short fibers, which are removed during carding.
VOCABULARY av-o = grandfather. kia = what kind of (112). buked-o = bouquet. lingv-o = language. ekzamen-o = examination. nep-o = grandson. ferm-i = to close. nu!
The old name for it was _nœp_, _nep_, or _neps_, which was only the English form of the Latin _napus_, while Turnip is the corruption of _terræ napus_, but when the first syllable was added I do not know.
Eerst werd gedacht dat het prototype nep was, maar de labomgeving waarin het toestel is te zien, lijkt verdacht veel op die in eerder uitgelekte plaatjes van de iPad.
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