knick-knack

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knick-knack

Any miscellaneous trinket or toy, especially one that is delicate or dainty. I loved visiting my grandmother when I was a child and examining all the various knick-knacks she'd collected around the house.
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of Taiwan, and NACKS of China are vying for the orders.
They will be built at the NACKS shipyard in Nantong, China which is a partnership between KHI and China Ocean Shipping Group.
To integrate new propulsion systems (dual/triple-fuelled), this new ship design project will meet new operational requirements and will be an advancement of NACKS recently 28K MPV design.
Co-operation with classification pioneers, LR, and sub-vendors, knowledge, experience and research resource can be definitely shared in order to keep pace with leading expertise in this segment, and this will be beneficial for both parties involved to find practical, feasible technology solutions fit for customers expectations in the future, added Nishiyama, Vice President of NACKS.
The yard's Technical Services division will design the Suezmax tanker for the Chinese-Japanese joint venture shipyard NACKS.
NACKS will market the design worldwide and, following any building contract, Harland and Wolff will produce the detailed engineering for the entire vessel.