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- n. Common misspelling of nickel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The European woodpecker, or yaffle; -- called also nicker pecker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as nicker-pecker.
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I got some 25-06 hand loads recently from an acquaintance. 100 gr poly tipped bullets in nickle brass casings.
I'm so sick of this kind of nickle and dime treatment, my loyalty to these clowns is history.
That kind of nickle and diming limits the amount we can throw at the big FAs who will have the most impact on the team.
I shoot $14 a box ammo and get 100 'groups you can cover w/a nickle.
Yes | No | Report from jjas wrote 37 weeks 6 days ago from Mike Diehl - What do you expect from a pill popping nickle-nosing fatso who's made a career out of embracing stupidity?
What do you expect from a pill popping nickle-nosing fatso who's made a career out of embracing stupidity?
I bought a nickle plated Acme to train the first one.
Don't get over excited at the image, If i had a nickle for each and every copy of 'Tis and Insomnia, I could have paid for the sushi. at
It's not Diamond's responsibility to make every nickle-and-dime publisher in the world into a profitable, well-run company.
Look at it another way: They want to buy into the public health care option, as opposed to going to the emergency room and getting health care for free – at the taxpayers nickle.