nick

  1. an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
  2. a small cut

nick

A point in a double-stranded DNA molecule where there is no phosphodiester bond between adjacent nucleotides of one strand typically through damage or enzyme action.

Nick

[Skins series 5] Nick is the fifth episode of series 5 of the UK TV series Skins, which first aired on the 24th of February 2011 on E4. It focuses on Nick Levan (Sean Teale) as he deals with the return of his brother, Matty (Sebastian De Souza) into his life. ==Synopsis== The episode opens with Nick and his rugby team training for a big gam...
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nick

A small mark on a coin usually caused by contact with a another coin.
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nick

[v] - cut slightly, with a razor 2. [v] - cut a nick into 3. [v] - divide or reset the tail muscles, as of horses 4. [v] - mate successfully
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Nick

The notches in photographic film that designate the emulsion side, when fumbling in the dark.
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Nick

Nick noun [ Anglo-Saxon nicor a marine monster; akin to Dutch nikker a water spite, Icelandic nykr , ONG. nihhus a crocodile, German nix a water sprite; confer Greek ... to wash, Sanskrit nij . Confer Nix .] (Northern Myth.) An evil spirit of t...
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Nick

Nick transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Nicked ; present participle & verbal noun Nicking .] 1. To make a nick or nicks in; to notch; to keep count of or upon by nicks; as, to nick a stick, tally, etc. 2.
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nick

<molecular biology> A point in a double stranded DNA molecule where there is no phosphodiester bond between adjacent nucleotides of one strand typically through damage or enzyme action. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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nick

noun (British slang) a prison; `he`s in the nick`
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nick

verb cut slightly, with a razor; `The barber`s knife nicked his cheek`
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Nick

• (n.) An evil spirit of the waters. • (n.) A notch cut crosswise in the shank of a type, to assist a compositor in placing it properly in the stick, and in distribution. • (v. t.) To hit at, or in, the nick; to touch rightly; to strike at the precise point or time. • (v. t.) To suit or fit into, as by a correspondence of nicks;...
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Nick

[Poland] Category for politics in 1399 ...
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Nick

Nick is slang for to arrest.
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Nick

Nick is an English name for boys. The meaning is `belonging to God` The name Nick is most commonly given to Dutch boys. Nick is at number 31 in the top 50 of Dutch boys (average of 10 years data) It is short for: Nicholas If it's too long you might use: Colin, Nico, Klaas, Claus, Klaus, Launo, Nic Use for the other sex: Nicoleta, Nikoleta, Nicola W...
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nick

Type: Term Pronunciation: nik Definitions: 1. In molecular biology, hydrolytic cleavage of a phosphodiester bond in one strand of a double-stranded polynucleic acid.
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Nick

To steal.
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Nick

A breeding that produces desirable puppies.
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Nick

A cross of two different bloodlines that consistently produces superior offspring
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Nick

[DNA] A nick is a discontinuity in a double stranded DNA molecule where there is no phosphodiester bond between adjacent nucleotides of one strand typically through damage or enzyme action. Nicks allow for the much-needed release of torsion in the strand during DNA replication. The Nick (DNA) is known as the alpha molecule and is constantly...
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Nick

Nick may stand for: ==Places== == People, names, and nicknames == ==Arts, media, and entertainment== ===Fictional characters=== ===Television=== ==Business== ==Science== ==Sports== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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Nick

A breeding that produces desirable puppies.
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Nick

To nick is to steal. If you nick something you might well get nicked.
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Nick

1. An edge
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Nick

[Skins series 6] `Nick` is the sixth episode of the sixth series of the British teen drama Skins. It premiered on E4 in the UK on 27 February 2012. The episode is told from the point of view of character Nick Levan. Nick is desperately in love with Franky, but it`s a one-way street. He has no choice but to accept Franky as his friend and no...
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