Recent Examples of nickel from the Web
His attention to detail will be crucial as Carolina flips him between the big nickel and both safety spots.
Although e-cigarettes do not contain tobacco, the U.S. surgeon general has identified potentially toxic chemicals within the liquid cartridges, including benzene, nickel and lead.
Charging nickels and dimes for late fines and then recording and depositing the payments was not a good use of library staff members’ time, Kambitsch said.
Detmer suggests looking for products made with 304 stainless steel, which indicates the percentage of noniron constituents in the steel, primarily nickel and chromium.
The company, which has roughly 30 employees, has shifted its focus to alloys such as copper and nickel that aren’t subject to tariffs.
Muslims as well as indigenous people have been caught in the middle of a five-decade-old insurgency in Mindanao, exacerbated by loggers and mining companies eager to tap its rich resources including gold, copper, and nickel, experts say.
But again, young guys like third-year cornerbacks Tavon Young and Maurice Canady have to play well in roles in the nickel or dime units, or as starters if needed.
The company's surface samples have shown cobalt, zinc, nickel and molybdenum.
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Origin and Etymology of nickel
NICKEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nickel for English Language Learners
: a hard silver-white metal
: a U.S. or Canadian coin that is worth five cents
NICKEL Defined for Kids
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