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nide

 (nīd)
n.
A nest or brood of pheasants.

[Latin nīdus, nest; see sed- in Indo-European roots.]

nide

(naɪd)
n
(Zoology) another word for nye
[C17: from Latin nīdus nest]

Nide

 a nest or brood of young birds. See also bike.
Examples: nide of eggs, 1896; of geese; of pheasants, 1679.
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"On February 15, 2013, Deputy Secretary Thomas Nides signed a waiver of these prohibitions for the current fiscal year.
In his new role, Nides will have a broad mandate focusing on the Firm's global clients and other key constituencies around the world.
According to Dawn News, Nuland said that the Pakistani envoy was scheduled to meet Nides at the State Department on Thursday, but she could not come because of her engagements in Islamabad, but they did discuss a "full range of issues" on the phone.
Nides praised the Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for Small and Medium Size Enterprises and its role in supporting the industrial and trade projects of young Emiratis.
| WASHINGTON, Dec 11 (KUNA) -- US Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources Thomas Nides headed to the Middle East, for official visits to Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, it was announced here Monday.
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Nides, Deputy State Department Secretary called a senior Sudanese official for the same purpose.
OPIC Chief of Staff John Morton and Abraaj Capital Ltd CEO Mustafa Abdel-Wadood signed the commitment letter at a ceremony in Cairo as part of a US delegation to Egypt led by Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides and Deputy National Security Advisor Michael Froman, and joined by more than 100 US business executives.
US Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides is accompanying the delegation of more than 100 American executives aiming to promote private sector development in Egypt.
After US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's discussions with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari in the cavernous Chicago conference centre where world leaders met for a NATO summit in May, Clinton instructed Thomas Nides, a top deputy back in Washington, to do what it took to find a solution ensuring NATO could once again supply the war in Afghanistan via Pakistan.
Speaking at a press briefing, on 13 June, to flag up a new tourism initiative, US Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides said both the White House and the State Department were working to get Congress to pass the necessary bill, the JOLT Act, and that "there is very little opposition to this" from either Democrats or Republicans on Capitol Hill.
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