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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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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.
I became an- noyed at this, for exactitude in some small matters is the very soul of discipline.
In the waterfall area we have places to visit, such as Chhay Broy waterfall and the crocodile pond, huge trees,' says 27-year-old Noy, who has two years experience as a guide in the community.
Part of what makes Sudden Spring so compelling is that Rick Van Noy is not a scientist who studies climate change; rather, he writes from the perspective of a curious, concerned citizen who wants to understand its impact.
"We provide solutions to protect data, regardless of where it resides," Noy said.
Villagers evacuate after the Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam collapsed in Attapeu province, Laos July 24, 2018.
Rev Noy said: "It takes a lot of effort to maintain the graveyard to a high standard and many people don't realise that.
Van Noy was on his way to Miami when he opened the laptop to find Strong's email was open.
Noy was born in Tehran and left with her family during the revolution in 1979.
He says: "Suddenly in June 2008, we were "politely yet forcefully" (the details will be spared) requested to transfer our NOY
The discrete question presented to the Court of Appeals was whether AS 11.71.060(a), the statute under which Noy was convicted, was constitutional to the extent that it prohibited possession of marijuana by adults in their homes for personal use.