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- n. A no-op.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To remove specks (as vegetable matter) from (woolen fabrics).
- n. An obsolete (the original) form of nap.
- n. Another spelling of knop, common in dialect works.
- n. Same as nap, nep.
- n. The original and still a common dialect form of nap.
- n. An accidental spot or speck in a textile fabric.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"Been down to the game at M'nop'ly," he explained happily as he flung breezily into the kitchen and dashed his cap on a chair, "Gee!
Posted March 24, 2009 at 11: 39 am | Permalink spaceship!? nop.
I have nop problem having anyone shot whatever is legal, just for food.
Al Iguana said ... nop, the Rhymney Valley Express leads with the story today, and dug out various Labour MPs/AMs to comment on how despicable the Council are, and it then descends to a full-on attack on the Plaid administration, they put money into Icelandic banks too!
Instead of saying "honney this thing is over, let's go home lying in wait for another time"; nop, he is feeding her tenacious annoyance.
Mees nose chuch peepels kienduh HINKS fonny nop jest giggols wen cookn craps. fonny fonny fonny!
There was nop intention to release the transcript - it was for archives - until immediately after the meeting Danny Cohen-Bendit held a pre-planned press conference on the steps of Prague Castle stating that Klaus was mad, and misinterpreting the meeting.
The most my friend could do was publish his poem and date it in the published text amnd hope nop one would accuse him of plagiarizing the prominent poet and memoir writer.
August 19, 2009 at 9:38 am nop.. no NBC heerz in Kanadaz
Conservative Cabbie, Obama took ninety-seven per cent of the black vote, and no one is more hostile to illegal immigration, no one is more sceptical even about a great deal of legal immigration, no one is more committed to America as an English-speaking country, and nop one is more conservative morally (although plenty of other people are equally so), than the blacks and their churches.