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Nixie

Slang; mail that is returned to the sender because its address is illegible, nonexistent or otherwise nondeliverable.
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Pluto's moon Nix is viewed at three different times during the New Horizons July 2015 flyby.
Nix Construction set up for two bores, one in each direction.
Later in the same month, the Office of the Comptroller of Currency refused to grant permission for Union Bank to purchase Nix Check Cashing.
OH GOLLY GOTH: From left, Marilyn Heptinstall, Adele Wilkinson and Nix Dawes
7 million loans from NatWest as liabilities in calculating the basis of Klamath and Kinabalu and that the basis in the euros should have been reduced by $25 million, thus eliminating most of the loss Patterson and Nix claimed on their eventual sale.
Nix, Patterson & Roach LLP, a nationally recognized plaintiffs' law firm, filed a major class action lawsuit today in Kay County, Oklahoma, on behalf of roughly 7,000 residents of the town of Blackwell, Oklahoma.
Announcing the participation in NIX, Vikas Khan, Chairman and CEO of Emirates Shipping Line stated, "We are happy to provide customers another high-quality service which aligns with our overall strategy in meeting market needs.
District Court in El Dorado accusing Nix of organizing and managing a racketeering enterprise while on duty.
A former board member and treasurer of the Fire College Foundation, Nix admitted to spending about $70,000 of foundation funds for home improvements such as a gazebo-covered Jacuzzi, and various purchases including a large-screen TV and two Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Discovered by astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope in 2005, NIX and Hydra are about 0.
The Fates hope Eve, with her unusual talents will be successful is catching the Nix.
Among the Midland recipients are retired Birmingham detective David Nix who has been appointed MBE for setting up a charity for bereaved parents of organ donors.