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nipper

a tool for clipping, e.g. for claws and beaks of small cagebirds.

hoof nipper
a pincer-like tool with the blades curved in to face each other at the ends which are composed of two chisel edges opposing one another. Used in horses and cattle to nip off the bottom edge of the wall of the hoof and the adjoining sole.
pig tooth nipper
the equivalent of an electrician's side-cutters. A single-handed, scissor type tool, the blades consisting of two chisel edges facing one another laterally. Used to nip off the needle teeth of baby pigs.
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then the world's largest record company), the corporation delved further into the home entertainment market through the 1930s and 1940s creating Victor, RCA Victor, Bluebird, Camden, Radio Corporation of America, and Little Nipper branded products through the middle of the century.
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Since being retired in 2002 when in the care of Karen George, Nipper Reed has enjoyed life at the Buckinghamshire stable of Tony Middleton's whose wife Claire was his groom throughout his years with Simpson.
I have schizophrenia, so it's hard to be around other people," Nipper said.
Still, Nipper struggled, his pink tongue hanging out in desperation.
In summer, about 50,000 nippers between the age group of five to 13 hit the beaches to participate in lifesaving skills every week.
We're delighted that Gromit has agreed to stand in for Nipper on this one occasion.
Nipper first appeared on an HMV record label in 1907 and went on to become the face of the music stores.
No matter what games Nipper plays with his friends, those claws always get in the way
On March 30, Fred and Kathleen Reinwald of the tiny "city" of Frohna, Missouri, went to visit neighbors Merle and Cynthia Nipper.
Nipper, part fox terrier and part Jack Russell, belonged to Merseyside artist Francis Barraud.