NEX


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NEX

abbr.
Navy exchange
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ag'in de logs under de winder; en de nex' time dey shoot, de twin say, 'Ouch!' ag'in, en I done it too, 'ca'se de bullet glance' on his cheekbone en skip up here en glance' on de side o' de winder en whiz right acrost my face en tuck de hide off'n my nose-- why, if I'd 'a'; be'n jist a inch or a inch en a half furder 't would 'a' tuck de whole nose en disfiggered me.
So--you's got to show him what you kin do in de nex' few days.
Nex' time you can go to 'ell, say I, an' I've a good mind to give you what-for anyw'y."
Folks to Marblehead was mad at him not runnin' the risk, and becaze nex' day, when the sea was ca'am (they never stopped to think o' that), some of the Active's folk was took off by a Truro man.
"The nex condition," said Bert, "is that you don't make any inquiries as to title.
The Vivo NEX 3 is said to have a 5G variant as well.
As of Monday, July 29, 2019, the Company will be subject to restrictions on share issuances and certain types of payments as set out in the NEX policies.
The real estate developer partnered with world-renowned architecture firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) in designing NEX Tower.
When building NEX Tower, the developer focused on providing an open and inspiring environment for tenants, visitors and the greater community.
Aquis expects to complete the acquisition of NEX, which serves as a stock market for smaller firms, in autumn, following Financial Conduct Authority approval.
The category is for those listed on the NEX Exchange.