Nowel


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Nowel

(nəʊˈɛl) or

Nowell

n
archaic spellings of Noel
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The pupils Mr Yorath remembered included John Davies, Colin Young, Raymond (Titchy Lewis), John Neathy, Barbara Davies, John Blight, Beatty Nowel, Ronnie Rendal and a boy called Tobin.
The robust estimation of deformation from observation differences (REDOD and its generalization GREDOD) is especially recommended when the observation plan is completely the same for both measurement epochs in order to keep constant possible non-random errors for one geometric network element in both epochs under control (Nowel and Kamihski, 2014; Nowel, 2015).
He delivered the news in a curt telegram to his family: "Have got nowel [sic] prize for chemistry 1922, Frank (10 November 1922).
and Nowel Liu, Merchants Commercial Manager, Watsonsmall.
The old mark was set by Alan Turner, Alan Shaw, Rodney Nowel and Eddie Berry at a Pye Cup match at Cleckheaton way back in 1975.
The semifinalists in the ages 7 to 9 category are Kevin Ron Uygongco (Assumption Iloilo), Rhian de Leon (Ateneo de Manila University), Mark Nowel Eleuterio (St.
Other animals that are thought to pack their luminescing chemicals in intracellular paracrystalline bodies include polychaete worms, decapod shrimps, euphausiids, squids, and an angler fish (Herring, 1978; Bassot and Nicolas, 1995; Nowel et al.
Honors: Kimberley Asselin, Nowel Bliss, Lindsey Hall, Kristine Jones, Raeann Maguire, Stephanni Markey, Kelsey Marot, Jennifer Post, Nicholas Prunier, Daniel Romeiro, Bianca Rousseau, Andrew Welton and Jeffrey White.
Likewise, the refrain of the Annunciation carol summons the collective audience to join the speaker in song: "Nowel, nowel, nowel, / Syng we with myrth", This emphasis on song implies, especially as used by the poet of "Now this foules singeth", a conscious choice of theme and its self-consciously artistic treatment.
Incipit, compiler: 'In die epephanis etc'; burden: 'Nowel nowel nowel'; begins: '[THORN]er is a Babe born of a may'.