Claws and the marks of scales, Mr. nippers had asserted; and claws and the marks of scales the prints in the soft earth showed.
Also, the cable is brought-to when fastened to the messenger by nippers.
He found it to be the nippers with which the fence had been cut, lying in the bottom of the deep arroyo.
The surging or slipping of the cable when the nippers do not hold.
A pair of nippers was supplied with each box of these "matches," by means of which the tip of the glass tube could be broken off.
They must go hand in hand manacled to the end, let the nippers gall as they will.
A policeman came in from the street and put the nippers on him.
The couple of American and English nippers, that stole a plane and all the rest of it?
It perches on a leaf, which the nippers of the mandibles cut half across.
The whole blinking army's been talking of what you nippers did.
Handcuffs: A newly appointed policeman has to buy a pair of nippers (1821+)
A small boy; lad •In British dialect, the youngest child of a family: warning that America's nippers are turning into microchip golem
[1859+; perhaps because he nips, ''moves quickly'']