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nestle down (in something)

to settle down in something; to snuggle into something, such as a bed. They nestled down in their warm bed. Please nestle down and go to sleep.
See also: down, nestle

nestle (up) against someone or something

 and nestle up (to someone or something)
to lie close to someone or something; to cuddle up to someone or something. The kitten nestled up against its mother. The shivering puppy nestled up to Kathy.
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Em uma completa revisao sobre o tema, Eisch & Nestler (2002) apontam a relacao entre a neurogenese e alguns transtornos psiquiatricos.
Bagot RC, Labonte B, Pena CJ, Nestler EJ (2014) Epigenetic signaling in psychiatric disorders: stress and depression.
Nestler, "Altered D-chiroinositol urinary clearance in women with polycystic ovary syndrome," Diabetes Care, vol.
Cornelius Nestler, a lawyer for a group of victims in the case, said the verdict showed Auschwitz as a whole was "a murder machinery".
Baillargeon JP, Diamanti-Kandarakis E, Ostlund RE Jr, Apridonidze T, Iuorno MJ, Nestler JE.
Des chercheurs en psychiatrie moleculaire, comme Nestler, etudient comment le stress et les drogues influent sur les mecanismes epigenetiques et sur la transcription genique (Tsankova, Renthal, Kumar et Nestler, 2007).
Sherry Kroll, Jeffry Nestler, Mandeep Dhami, Dinesh Kapur and Dennis Slater.
Providing this kind of education at the point of sale is important to ensure that consumers are confident in their decision to start using probiotics," says Andrew Nestler, the division's vice president of sales.
Sweatt (neurobiology, University of Birmingham), Meaney (neurology, McGill University), Nestler (neuroscience, Mt.
Salley KE, Wickham EP, Cheang KI, Essah PA, Karjane NW, Nestler JE.
To consider Klick is to contemplate a subterranean history of German cinema and to recall the lesser-known Oberhausen Declaration, of 1965, signed by, among others, Peter Nestler, Rudolf Thome, Klaus Lemke, and jean-Marie Straub.
If these CpG dinucleotides are located within regulatory sequences, such as promoter regions, their methylation can block the binding of transcription factors and/ or establish a repressive chromatin state (Renthal and Nestler 2009b).
We have found that some retailer operators are leveraging H&W trends to reposition their stores to shoppers as an alternative to existing health care providers," says Andrew Nestler, VP, sales at the consumer care division of Pittsburgh-based Bayer HealthCare.