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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nod.

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Examples

  • The title nods to Tacitus, one of the earliest foreigners to take a poor view of the Germans and their homeland.

    Teutonic Temptations

  • The title nods to Tacitus, one of the earliest foreigners to take a poor view of the Germans and their homeland.

    Teutonic Temptations

  • The title nods to Tacitus, one of the earliest foreigners to take a poor view of the Germans and their homeland.

    Teutonic Temptations

  • Contra - the title nods to that band's Sandinista!

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  • It's obvious when McCain nods off while speaking to his constituance.

    McCain camp accuses Obama of making age an issue

  • The year-end self-love roundup continues with two nods from the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice nominee list (for Whiskey & Water and A Companion to Wolves, which are listed along with many stellar novels.)

    Ode to a silver hair found in my hairbrush:

  • I knew the book would be good – it had received enthusiastic nods from a slew of respected reviewers and the public at large.

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  • PAL regions will get the game two days earlier. nods from the American arm of the publisher.

    Eurogamer

  • It really is one of the more humorous little cross-title nods I've come across lately, and I certainly wouldn't want to spoil the surprise for anyone else.

    Kotaku

  • The eatery's name nods to the neighborhood's Beat heritage as well as the restaurant's stripped-down concept.

    Naked Lunch

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