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noy

(nɔɪ)
n
1. archaic dialect annoyance; sadness; distress
2. (General Physics) physics a unit of noisiness
vb
3. (intr) to be or become annoyed
4. to annoy or cause annoyance
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Van Noy was on his way to Miami when he opened the laptop to find Strong's email was open.
Dr Noy revealed that the former statesman appeared to have "minimal consciousness" during his years in a coma.
Noy believes the two novels hold important lessons for Israeli readers.
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Noy added that the expansion of Arcadis's footprint into the Middle East and Asia would allow the services company to capitalise on the growth opportunities in those markets.
Each cycle, it hydrolyses an ATP molecule and moves three sodium ions in one direction and two potassium ions in the opposite direction," New Scientist quoted Noy as saying.
CEO Harrie Noy said: "We obviously respect his decision, but we are nevertheless very sorry to see Michiel go.
They were punched and kicked in the head, leaving the woman with a broken arm and landlord Reuben Noy unconscious with his jaw broken.
Blogs are rapidly growing in popularity in the United States with nearly 12 million American adults posting to blogs and with nearly 57 million American adults reading blogs regularly (Kajder, Bull, and Van Noy 2004; Richardson 2005; EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative 2005; Marsan 2006).
The family, who have noy yet been named, managed to escape unharmed.
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