Provide (something) with a projection like a nipple
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The small projection of a woman's or girl's breast in which the mammary ducts terminate and from which milk can be secreted
The corresponding vestigial structure in a male
The teat of a female animal
The flexible tip of a baby's pacifier or feeding bottle
A small projection on a device or machine, esp. one from which oil, grease, or other fluid is dispensed in small amounts
A short section of pipe with a screw thread at each end for coupling
the small projection of a mammary gland
a flexible cap on a baby's feeding bottle or pacifier
In its most general form, a nipple is a structure from which a fluid emanates. More specifically, it is the projection on the breasts or udder of a mammal by which breast milk is delivered to a mother's young. In this sense, it is often called a teat, especially when referring to non-humans. ...
Nipple is the seventh studio album by Dutch rock and roll band Claw Boys Claw. Coming on the heels of the commercially successful $uga(r), Nipple continues musically where the previous album left off, in the area of "swamp rock. ...
In plumbing and piping, a nipple is a fitting, consisting of a short piece of pipe, usually provided with a male pipe thread at each end, for connecting two other fittings.
(Nipples (album)) Nipples is a 1969 album by free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, originally released on the Calig record label. ...
The projection of a mammary gland from which, on female mammals, milk is secreted; An artificial nipple (definition 1) used for bottle-feeding infants; A mechanical device through which liquids can be passed in a regulated manner; A short tube threaded at both ends, used as a connector; Any ...
(Nipples) An affectionate term used by the original Newton developers for the small rubber feet found on the bottom of each Newton device. Also called Rubber Nubs. These small components are purportedly manufactured out of Unobtainium, due to the difficulty in locating replacements. Source: DG
(nipples) (1) (2h)[F], PO away, are brought towards breasts. (2) (2h)[F], PO > signer, are brought towards breasts.
(nippling) sucking on a bottle filled with formula or breast milk
("nippling") Another term used to describe bottle feeding.
Also called a "spoke nipple," this is an oddly shaped nut that attaches to the end of the spoke, usually found at the rim. You turn nipples with a spoke wrench to true the wheel.
A short length of pipe installed between couplings or other fittings.
the protruding part of the breast that extends and becomes firmer upon stimulation. In breastfeeding, milk travels from the milk sinuses through the nipple to the baby.
A short length of threaded pipe that connects to runs of water or gas supply pipe.
the internal member or portion of a hose fitting.
The site of convergence of 15-20 terminal breast ducts.
the tip of the breast; the pigmented projection in the middle of the areola. The nipple contains the opening of milk ducts from the breast.
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The western- most point of the upper Quad, part of the Fisher- Hassenfeld dorm.
a specialized nut that most commonly attaches a spoke to a wheel rim. In some systems, it provides attachment to the hub.
A short piece of pipe with male threads on each end.
an electrical conduit of less than 2 feet in length
Externally threaded steel fitting used for wiring access and attachment of controller cabinets, junction boxes or other related devices.
A short length of tubing or pipe used for joining conduit elements.