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nippers

n. handcuffs; leg fetters. No, not the nippers. They hurt my arms.
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Contract notice: 16-47/2015 Valves, flanges and dirt nippers for Thermal Power Plant REk Bitola.
AT Little Nippers Parent and Toddler Playgroup it's not just the children who benefit.
Get the nippers cooking while you put your feet up, we say.
The lifesaving nippers movement faced flak from skin cancer specialists for failing to protect children against sun exposure.
The orange and red striped suit came from Edinburgh designer shop Nippers.
Supplies Vessel air nippers and blades for cutting sprues and gates.
Alston was not only well-liked and nationally known, she was also Nippers best friend.
On Sunday, October 9, the mall will auction all 30 Nippers at a Gala event to benefit the five Moorestown nonprofits.
ROCK House Community Centre has a Little Nippers Group for children under four every Wednesday and Friday from 1.
Wives, girlfriends and even their nippers will be allowed to tag along as part of an expensive bonding exercise.
The dog's popularity is so great that HMV holds nation-wide searches to find lookalike Nippers for promotions.
Visitors to Nippers baby equipment specialists at Fields Farm, in Marton, will also be able to take part in an off-road pushchair assault course with a bottle of champagne for the winner.
In the complex, there are cafes, netball and badminton pitches, a playground for nippers, and an avenue for the elderly to dream in (which also connects the lower part of town with the ridge and is used by thousands of commuters a day).
Once he was held to ransom and twice his owner Angela Nippers has chased dog-snatchers in her car to get him back.
A consultant to the beverage industry since 1978, Arthur von Wiesenberger established the popular Nippers.