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Synonyms for nip

Synonyms for nip

to grasp at (something) eagerly, forcibly, and abruptly with the jaws

to spoil or destroy

to take (another's property) without permission

a small amount of liquor

to take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually

Synonyms for nip

a small drink of liquor

(offensive slang) offensive term for a person of Japanese descent

the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

the property of being moderately cold

a small sharp bite or snip

Synonyms

squeeze tightly between the fingers

give a small sharp bite to

sever or remove by pinching or snipping

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Sources maintain that the BQIP power policy has been on the agenda of every NIP Board Meeting since August 2017.
In the afternoon, Mr Nip visited a power tool production company to learn about the experience of Hong Kong enterprises in marketing their products worldwide using Dongguan as their production base.
Folklore Nip Nebs lead kids on a tour, main picture and inset On the web (old style) Children gather at a model of a spider's trap.
The nip must be applied where the web enters the winding roll.
It took most of the summer to get Nip and Tuck to wear a yoke and pull a tire.
In its report ICE calls for NIP 2 to be focused on four over-arching objectives: 1 Creating a credible pipeline: It is vital that NIP 2 meets the commitment in NIP 1 to produce and maintain a two-year pipeline of approved public sector and regulated utility infrastructure projects.
He said that the NIP management has already issued names of the successful candidates of batch-4 and 5.
Despite an important development of the extrusion coating process in the last decades, very few studies have been devoted to the coating step, and especially to the link between the thermomechanical phenomena occurring in the nip and the final properties of the coated substrate.
This lowers the pressure in the nip, and it increases the time to go from zero pressure outside of the nip to maximum pressure near its centerline.
metering the stock so that the mass flow through the nip is exactly equal to that needed to produce a sheet of the target thickness and untrimmed width;
The Nip is exclusively available at the Odell Brewing Tasting Room and local Ft.
a manufacturer of real-time pressure mapping and nip profiling systems, recently announced an initial order for three units of its D-Nip (Dynamic Nip) nip profiling system.
Operators routinely examine the primary chrome roll nip region of a line in order to monitor behavior of the extrudate as it exits the sheet die lips and enters the primary chrome roll nip region.
However, she says, it wasn't dear whether the cleaner fish actually had a taste for their clients or were just hungry enough to nip the customer when the search for parasites proved arduous.
Since 1995, NIP researchers have been examining ADM disorders among delinquent youth held in Chicago's Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center.