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Nut may be: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

Hazelnuts from the Common Hazel Chestnut A nut can be either a seed or a fruit. ... A nut is a type of hardware fastener with a threaded hole. ... A leadscrew is screw specialized for the purpose of translating rotational to linear motion. ... Photo showing two ball screws. ... The nut of a string instrument is a small strip or block of hard material forming a transition between the strings playing length and the tuning machines on the headstock, or the tuning pegs in the pegbox at the upper end of the fingerboard. ... A cello bow In music, a bow is a device pulled across the strings of a string instrument in order to make them vibrate and emit sound. ... A selection of nuts and a nut removal tool. ... In Egyptian mythology, Nuit or Nut was the sky goddess, in contrast to most other mythologies, which usually have a sky father. ... In poker, the nut hand, or simply the nuts, is the strongest possible hand in a given situation. ... NUT is a patent-free, multimedia container format originally conceived by a few MPlayer and FFmpeg developers that were dissatisfied with the limitations of all currently available multimedia container formats such as AVI or Matroska. ... The National Union of Teachers (NUT) is a major trade union of school teachers in England and Wales. ... Stanley is a town on on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia. ...

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Nut allergy - The Basics (6271 words)
Nut allergy is rare in oriental countries, despite huge consumption of nuts, so people from those countries may not realise how big the problem is. If nuts are used anywhere in a restaurant, accidents are inherently possible despite everyone's best efforts.
Though we have a probably fairly good idea about the risk of death from nut allergy in the whole population, at the moment we don't know enough to be precise about the size of the small risk in someone who is already known to be allergic to nuts.
Because nut allergy may run in families to some extent there may be a reaction to nuts, and I cannot be absolutely sure that the first reaction will not be fatal.
Nut (1092 words)
Nut was the Goddess of heavens and sky.
Nut was typically depicted as a woman with blue skin - her body covered with stars - standing on all fours - leaning over her husband, Geb - representing the sky arched over the Earth.
Nut welcometh thee, and payeth homage unto thee, and Maat, the everlasting and never-changing goddess, embraceth thee at noon and at eve....
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