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noser

(ˈnəʊzə)
n
1. (Nautical Terms) nautical a strong headwind
2. (Brewing) another name for nose5
3. informal a nosy person
4. slang a blow or punch on the nose
5. slang a head-first (or nose-first) crash or dive
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THE Head Rifler of an insolvent bank, learning that it was about to be visited by the official Noser into Things, placed his own personal note for a large amount among its resources, and, gaily touching his guitar, awaited the inspection.
Ah, I see," the Noser said, thoughtfully; "it is a liability.
Abel Noser founders Stanley Abel and Eugene Noser, Jr.
Abel Noser will continue its existing businesses, including trading cost analytics services, transaction compliance and agency-only brokerage inclusive of transition management services, with no disruption to the continued delivery of these services to clients.
But we're collectively known as nosers as most of our work in assessing the quality of the whisky or spirit is by nosing.
To this end, he has appointed Robert Shapiro, who formerly held positions at Morgan Stanley and Abel Noser, an agency broker and transaction cost analysis specialist, as Bloomberg Tradebook's new global head of execution consulting.
It handles our trading and analytics apps with ease and delivers the quad monitor performance required on a high performance trading floor," said Randy New, Vice President at Abel Noser Corporation.
2008; McCrea, 2009; Sussan & Kassira, 2009; Tanner, Noser, & Totaro, 2009; Wang, 2010; Watters & Robertson, 2009).
Prior research has focused separately on student attitudes (Tanner, Noser, and Langford, 2003; Tanner et al.
Noser is an Associate Professor of Economics at Western Kentucky University.
Taking a more cautious stance was House Representative Ruedi Noser of Canton Zurich's Free Democratic Party (FDP):
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