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  • n  an undercover agent who is given no official cover

  • Unfortunately, to many employers, it looks as if any invitation, either of labor to management or of management to labor, to sup at a common table is likely to result noc only .
  • Using infra-red rays, on the long-wave edge of the spectrum of visible light, and an infra-red-sensitive cell of which Inventor Baird alone knows the secret, the Baird "noc .
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  • Jacques Rogge in International Herald Tribune
    The Iraqi NOC president and his collegues were kidnapped four months ago and they're all still missing. Please let them free,Rogge said. "Let them return home to their families so that they can work for youth and peace in their country."
  • Darius Songaila in WWL
    I knew he was going to miss it,said Songaila, who had 11 points, of which seven came in the final quarter. "I played with Noc in Chicago so I knew he wasn'ta good free throw shooter. I told one of my teammates he was going to give us one...
  • Luol Deng in SI.com
    I don't think Noc will hurt someone,Bulls forward Luol Deng said. "That's not on his mind."

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