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  • noun Plural form of nick.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nick.


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  • And while The People are spending their energy to round up the aristocrats, to find carts and filing the nicks from the blade of the guillotine, I can only ask what wonders of Our Civilization have been delayed because of the lying tongues of the aristocrats and the greedy paws of their lackeys, minions, and bum boys.

    The new aristocrats

  • Yes, he'll take short-term nicks with Republicans blaming him, but what if it failed and he had gotten involved? Top headlines

  • It was described in the glossy catalogue as having "nicks" – minor damage.

    Bonhams auction sold me a pup

  • The group of wily programmers, who have broken into security systems and testified before Congress that they could shut down the Internet "in 30 minutes," go only by their Net "nicks," which include Mudge and Space Rogue.

    Using Good Hackers To Battle Bad Hackers

  • The spin will produce many "nicks," which are shots that hit a side wall and floor practically simultaneously and die.

    Squash Tennis

  • He heard the whispered conversation about the stakes, and "nicks," "browners" and

    Outward Bound Or, Young America Afloat

  • Prior to facebook the web was semi-anonymous, and the use of 'nicks' was the most common form of representing yourself on the web.

    Cam Riley

  • Razors have been replaced by surgical clippers in all Welsh hospitals, reducing the chance of infections through 'nicks' in the skin.


  • · fix bug in tire tool's geometry causing 'nicks' in tread - C. Yapp

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • "nicks" with your bitch, resulting in good pups, do not on any account ever change.

    The Boston Terrier and All About It A Practical, Scientific, and Up to Date Guide to the Breeding of the American Dog


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