naker

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naker

(ˈneɪkə; ˈnæk-)
n
(Instruments) one of a pair of small kettledrums used in medieval music
[C14: from Old French nacre, via Medieval Greek anakara, from Arabic naqāra]
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Her description was here suddenly interrupted by the signal for assault, which was given by the blast of a shrill bugle, and at once answered by a flourish of the Norman trumpets from the battlements, which, mingled with the deep and hollow clang of the nakers, (a species of kettle-drum,) retorted in notes of defiance the challenge of the enemy.
Conditions remained the same on Day 2 but even though the race management opted for starting the race there were clear instructions not to use spinA[degrees] nakers.
The regulation would also triggered conflict between between producers of clove flavored cigarette and pure tobacco (white) cigarette nakers.