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  • As Web2Ireland explains, "quite a few Irish folks are alumni of the Web2Summit/Expo events - Infacta, Polldaddy, nooked, Deri, EI, Tablane, MySay, Ammado, rocudo - and I expect to see plenty of Web2Ireland companies sign-up for this event in Berlin."

    June 2007

  • Speakers from eBay, BT Retail, nooked and Eircom/Sleevenotez [disclosure: I've organised this event]

    April « 2007 « Innovation Cloud

  • Isna that kind of fray aye about honour? and what for should the honour of a substantial, four-nooked, sclated house of three stories, no be foughten for, as weel as the credit of ony of these feckless callants that make such a fray about their reputation? —

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • I was wondering if the rings, in forcing the muffins to rise straight up, contributed to a well-nooked center.

    pancakes, english muffins, frisee salad | smitten kitchen

  • And all this for a mad lady, and a melancholy gallant, who, on the loss of a four-nooked bit of paper, has his hand on his poignado, and swears death and fury! —


  • I had never known anybody that drank, and I used to laugh and say, he nooked and I nagged.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2001

  • Hilda felt herself -- it was an odd sensation -- too sunny upon the nooked, retiring current that flowed in him.

    Hilda A Story of Calcutta

  • I judge that the tales of the Taoist _Sennin_ or Adepts, if told by some Chinese-enamored Lafcadio, would be about the best collection of fairy-stories in the world; they reveal a universe so deliciously nooked and crannied with bewildering possibilities: -- as indeed this our universe is; -- only not all its byways are profitable traveling.

    The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19

  • But up bespake another young man, We'le nit him in a four-nooked sheet,

    Dick o' the Cow

  • Uplands, through the shuttered High Street into the tiny square, in a corner of which the church was nooked, with the vicarage garden adjoining the churchyard.

    The Lady of the Basement Flat


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  • either nuked or part of a larger phrase like three-nooked or four-nooked.

    October 20, 2016

  • French encoché; term used in heraldry to describe arrows or birdbolts that are notched of a different tincture.

    October 6, 2011