nipper : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ni per

  • n  a young person of either sex
  • n  a grasping structure on the limb of a crustacean or other arthropods

  • Things are just as bad over at the Hortons in Days of Our Lives but nipper.
  • American Pop would be a nipper version of Disney's Fantasia, and something more: a dirge for lost patriarchy, for the sermons and sins of fathers everywhere, personified by four .
  • I have been fighting the Tory all my life ever since I was a nipper.
News & Articles

  • On the record
    State vs. Stephan E. Nipper Jr., 33, 3505 S. Juniper Lane, theft.
    June 17, 2013 - The Star Press

  • Nick Park in BBC News
    Aardman's Nick Park said: "It's a great honour to be stepping in the same paw prints as an icon as big as Nipper. Gromit will look after 'the seat' for as long as Nipper allows."
  • Terry Francona in
    I think that [run support] was well-deserved,said Boston manager Terry Francona. "We needed to give him a little cushion like that. He pitched great. Coming out of the bullpen, Doug [Mirabelli] and [pitching coach Al Nipper] said his ball...
  • Manny Delcarmen in Colorado Rockies News
    The inning could have been a lot worse for me,Delcarmen said. "Nip [pitching coach Al Nipper] called timeout, relaxed me a little bit, I just went out there and trusted myself and made some pitches to get out of it."

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