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noll

(nəʊl) or

nowl

n
1. (Anatomy) the head or the crown of the head
2. (Anatomy) the nape of the neck
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Doubtless, he thinks to put us down with a proclamation in Old Noll's name!"
Only let us lodge with some one on whom we can count; for I imagine, just now, that Noll Cromwell would not be inclined to trifle with us.
(2010) were captured using a Malaise trap (one specimen) and yellow Moerick traps (two specimens), and those of Santos and Noll were collected using a Malaise trap (two specimens, one in Para State and Sao Paulo State) and a Moerick trap (one specimen, Sao Paulo State) and did not specify the color of the traps.
Noll served as CEO of the company from 2006 to 2016, as chairman of the board from 2009 to 2016, as executive chairman of the board from 2016 to 2017 and as non-executive chairman of the board since 2018.
JoA[pounds sterling]o Gilberto Noll's Lord opens with a cryptic quote from Iain Sinclair: "The secret interiors of these post-human fortresses solicit conspiracy, acts of sexual transgression.
Noll and Cowher were both retained for long periods of time and allowed to leave on their own terms despite disappointment and periods of mediocrity.
This iconic hotel offers the luxury and comfort of today's time, Noll added.
At the 54 Noll building, construction has topped out, windows are nearly fully installed, and framing is under way.
"We're making these decisions when there's still a critical mass of people to make decisions," Downey said of the 60 remaining Victory Noll sisters.
In this, Noll indulges a little too irenic an ecumenism, I think.
Noll describes how he was drawn out of his narrowly U.S.