How to spell NICE1 correctly?

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  • dice Oke's teeth rattled like a box of dice as he peered out over the dark and agitated crowd of boats.
  • ice Child, sometimes I think you're made of ice."
  • nice We have a nice room here.
  • niche He looked at her in a curiously wistful manner for a few moments, and that look was agony to Lucy, as her conscience told her that she had had a fall from the high niche to which she had risen in the major's estimation.
  • nick "Yon are come in the very nick of time.
  • niece And if it comes to me-you, de Spain, will see to it that what stock I have in the Gap goes to my niece, Nan, your wife."
  • nike The Nike Hercules missile was the weapon last employed in the ground-based air defense of the United States Homeland and represents the Brigades resumption of this mission.
  • nile Mr. Ingram did go up the Nile with the Damers, as did an old friend of the Damers who arrived from England.
  • nine " Nine o'clock in the evening.
  • noise I never shall forget what a noise it was!
  • nose The paws of one of the dogs was on her shoulder, and his nose was in her hair.
  • nyse In stock index arbitrage a trader buys (or sells) a stock index futures contract such as the S&P 500 futures and sells (or buys) a portfolio of up to 500 stocks (can be a much smaller representative subset) at the NYSE matched against the futures trade.
  • rice After you have eaten rice, wait for me with your paddles in your hands.
  • vice Howard is safer than Stephen Siward, already in the first clutches of his master-vice.
  • Lice The Emperor Julian was probably as proud of his fireless cell and the crowding lice in his beard and cassock as an average Egyptian monk.
  • Mice "There are mice there.
  • NICER I forget where he had come from-though I believe he told me-or why he was going to London; but a nicer young fellow I never met.
  • nisei Nisei and Sansei generally do not identify themselves as fully Japanese, but as Canadians first, who happen to be of Japanese ancestry.

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