noggin

Dorsalising factor (26 kD) from Spemann&`s organizerregion of amphibian embryo.

Noggin

• (n.) A small mug or cup. • (n.) A measure equivalent to a gill. • (n.) A small mug or cup. • (n.) A measure equivalent to a gill.
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Noggin

[cup] A noggin is a small drinking cup, generally carved from the burr (English) or burl (US) of a tree. The noggin was first mentioned in the mid 17th century, initially as the cup, and later coming to mean a quarter gill. Its use later spread to North America. The cup`s origins are not certain, but are probably from nog (a strong type of ...
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Noggin

[magazine] Noggin was an American magazine that published art, fiction, cartoons, and social and political commentary. It started in Iowa City, Iowa in 1990, and published semimonthly for three years. ==History== The magazine was founded by Tom Hunter; both were covered in articles in the Cedar Rapids Gazette, and the Iowa City Press-Citize...
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Noggin

[protein] {PBB|geneid=9241} Noggin, also known as NOG, is a protein that is involved in the development of many body tissues, including nerve tissue, muscles, and bones. In humans is encoded by the NOG gene. The amino acid sequence of human noggin is highly homologous to that of rat, mouse, and Xenopus (an aquatic-frog genus). The protein`s...
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Noggin

[Viva UK block] Noggin UK was a block of children`s television programmes currently broadcast on MTV`s free-to-air music channel, Viva (formerly TMF), from 6am to 8am daily. It was first launched in January 2006. On Monday 25 September 2006, Noggin was replaced by a new strand named Nick Jr on TMF, which was identical to its predecessor wit...
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Noggin

Nog'gin noun [ Ir. noigin , or Gael. noigean . Confer lst Nog .] 1. A small mug or cup. 2. A measure equivalent to a gill. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Noggin

Horizontal reinforcing timber fixed between the vertical studs in a stud partition wall.
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Noggin

Noggin is British slang for the head.
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Noggin

Originally a noggin was a small cup or mug developed during the mid-17th century. By the end of the 17th century the term was applied to a measure (usually a quarter of a pint, the size of a noggin vessel) of alcoholic liquor.
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noggin

Scottish, meaning: See Heid.
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