X Nitrogen oxides A collective term for various compounds of nitrogen and oxygen Emissions of NOX arise from combustion of e g fossil fuels NOX contribute to acidification (acid rain) and can together with organic solvents and ultraviolet radiation create photochemical smog Furthermore, NOX contributes to the eutrophication of rivers and lakes
not to take no for an answer: see answer no doubt: see doubt no less than: see less no longer: see long in no way: see way there's no way: see way no way: see way. Norway (in Internet addresses). A lake of south-central Sudan. Formed by the flood waters of the White Nile, it varies in size seasonally. The symbol for the element nobelium. the written abbreviation of number (numero )
You use no in front of an adjective and noun to make the noun group mean its opposite. Sometimes a bit of selfishness, if it leads to greater self-knowledge, is no bad thing Today's elections are of no great importance in themselves
A no is a person who has answered `no' to a question or who has voted against something. No is also used to refer to their answer or vote. According to the latest opinion polls, the noes have 50 percent, the yeses 35 percent yes
You use no to refuse an offer or a request, or to refuse permission. `Here, have mine.' --- `No, this is fine.' `Can you just get the message through to Pete for me?' --- `No, no I can't.' After all, the worst the boss can do is say no if you ask him
Application errors such as stores to random memory locations may cause the simulation or tracing tool to fail or produce spurious answers, or may cause the application program to fail in an unexpected (unintended) way or produce spurious answers
a negative; "his no was loud and clear" used to express refusal or denial or disagreement etc or especially to emphasize a negative statement; "no, you are wrong" not in any degree or manner; not at all; "he is no better today" referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present; "he was no heavier than a child
when written with the hiragana "no", this is a particle which indicates ownership; thus, Kenshin's phrase "sessha no sakabatou " means roughly "this unworthy person's sakaba sword " but it sounds much better in Japanese Also please note that the subject (who owns) comes first, the object (what is owned), after the particle Enough grammar, now *whacks self on the head*
"no" is a particle used to show possession in Japanese This means that if I am "Suzaku no Miko" , then I am Suzaku's priestess (Or the Priestess of Suzaku) It works both ways Another example would be "Yui-chan no hon" "Hon" means book The phrase implies that the book belongs to Yui-chan So it'd mean "Yui-chan's book" or "Book of Yui-chan" Got it? It can sound hard at first, but it's really simple!
quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of; "we have no bananas"; "no eggs left and no money to buy any"; "have you no decency?"; "did it with no help"; "I'll get you there in no time"
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