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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
References in classic literature ?
The cards were on a stump and a big black man bigger than the trees come along and grabbed the cards and the stump and disapered with a noys like thunder.
Shikun & Binui will continue to hold 50% of the Concessionaire, while the remaining 50%, will be held by the Noy Fund and the TSK Group, with 40% held by the Noy Fund and 10% by the TSK Group.
Van Noy was on his way to Miami when he opened the laptop to find Strong's email was open.
Noy believes the two novels hold important lessons for Israeli readers.
Noy is a military officer and is well-known within Cuba's business world.
Noy Engineering, established in 1983, designs and builds plants worldwide, based on proprietary technologies.
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.
Van Noy describes nighttime treks to a spot in town where vultures gather.
His woman companion, Mr Noy and other drinkers who tried to intervene were also attacked.
Open District has made a tremendous difference," says Cheryl Van Noy.
Violence erupted before the hearing when Widdows's cousin Kathy Noy, aged 51, of Roches-ter, Kent, attacked her outside the court.
Mrs Chidell has been a friend of the Thai royal family since her college years in Oxford some 70 years ago, when she befriended Princess Noy of Chandaburi, the first Thai woman to go to university.