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an unevenness or elevation on a surface

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Ingredients in Nub Chai, from tea to its spice blend, are certified organic, the first chai company to green-up its drink.
The nub of the matter is that when local councillors on the planning sub-committee listen to local concerns and are minded to refuse an application, its planning officers run roughshod over them, so there is no local democracy and no local accountability.
Acts scheduled to perform include Big Nazo interactive creatures, ii nub, Satellite Rockers, Freedom Project, Speaker For The Dead, Industrial Sonic Echo (pictured), Lunecell, Gay Shapes, Lost Profit$, Julius Jones, Pat Moriarty and the Grenadiers, VII, Kate
I am sorry to say that was it filthy, with hundreds and hundreds of nub ends outside all the shops, pubs and cafes.
That is the nub of the dispute, with Royal Mail denying this is the case.
However, the NUB system only acts as an intermediate step in the integration of innovative products into the regular German Diagnosis Related Groups (G-DRG) system.
The Series 1700 Flush Grid Nub Top abrasion resistant system is said to deliver excellent backside coverage with a minimal 8% contact area between the rubber slab and the belt in dip tanks.
It also boasts a Nub Top surface which provides easier product release.
At first Mensch und Sonne II seems to show the shadowy hideout for one of James Bond's antagonists, until it becomes clear you're standing before the nub of an aging sexual scoundrel's empire, a silly pleasure dome with all the trimmings: round bed, mirrored ceiling, mood lighting.
But Peter gets to the nub of the argument when he says an ID card would enable basic information on many existing documents to be held on one card.
Says David Brock, founder of the group Media Matters for America, which tracks right-wing bias: "I think that the real nub of the issue isn't that there was somebody in the White House press room who is conservative and was asking questions that were loaded.
But with many conservatives - both inside and outside Hollywood - who seek acceptance or a venue, patience has worn down to the nub.
She said: 'I'd been warned there would be some swelling and bruising but my nose had been transformed into a shapeless nub.
The Association of Convenience Stores welcomed PKF's appointment but said it doubted that rifling through the multiples' paperwork would get to the nub of the problem.
But you began to feel that the nub of city intervention might have something to do with powers of persuasion even more than architecture.