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use "nicety" in a sentence

She knew to a nicety the potential of any gap between shepherds and fence, and on the very eve of lambing with twins she easily beat us round the paddock.

Another nicety is the blue line down the side of the project window - this indicates the active project, which helps a lot when you have
the result is sent as a 4-bit checksum nibble translated into three-of-six.

All of the upper bytes of a multi-byte word plus the upper four bits ( nibble ) of the lowest byte are used to store decimal integers.

Fortunately, there was a program in the March 1990 issue of nibble that took care of this problem.

Several programs to determine if a pixel was lit were written, and a program to extract the pixel's true color was published in the April 1990 edition of nibble.

She has a nibble at the overcoats and they unwind.

Ann doesn't allow any one to smoke in the house, and smoking as much as I do, I got to know Blodwen quite well, as she would frequently nibble my toes while I stood having a cigarette on the back step.

That little pile of leaves and corn-stubble, Has cost you many an exhausted nibble Now you are turned out for all your trouble, Be it from house or under stones, To suffer the winter's sleet and snow, And frosted cold! In this case, use a pair of pliers to gradually nibble away the offcut working slowly towards the scored line.

I decided that the best idea was just to politely nibble at the head.

If you have more than sixteen volumes on a partition, then you must change the second nibble as well.

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