nevel


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

nevel

(ˈnɛvəl)
n
a stroke or blow with the fist
vb (tr)
to pummel; beat with the fiststo squeeze or knead with the fingers
References in periodicals archive ?
Petersburg, Florida, took an ugly turn when candidate Paul Congemi attacked members of the Uhuru movement and their representative, Jesse Nevel, during a debate Tuesday, telling them to "go back to Africa.
Writing in the 'Forward', Donna Nevel refuses to accept that the discussion of the conflict in Palestine starts in the war and occupation of 1967.
We're very pleased to have Market President Patrick Van Nevel and the Davenport staff join our banking family, and we're looking forward to the opportunity to serve our new clients.
This is a very friendly country and we may direct part of our capital in Macedonia," said Henry Amoroso from the company Nevel Campbell.
Rob Van Nevel is senior vice president & chief member solutions officers at UW Credit Union.
Many chemical dietary additives have been examined for their potential to reduce methane emissions in the rumen, but were either toxic to host animals or caused side effects on beneficial ruminal microbes (Martin and Macy, 1985; Van Nevel and Demeyer, 1988; Moss, 1993; Van Nevel and Demeyer, 1996).
No one understands that better than Reed Alexander, the actor who plays Carly's nemesis/admirer Nevel Papperman on Nickelodeon's hit TV show iCarly.
Donna Nevel is a community psychologist, educator, and organizer whose work is rooted in Participatory Action Research and popular education.
We've not turned around and we don't intend to," activist Donna Nevel told AFP by telephone.
identified the kinnor which had ten strings and the nevel which had twelve, as used by Temple musicians.
Valerie Nevel of Ledyard Financial Advisors, Hanover, was elected secretary.
Capella Sancti Michaelis; Currende Consort / Erik van Nevel.