Also, no call to. No requirement or reason for doing something, as in There was no call for your condescending suggestions; she knew quite well what to do. This idiom, first recorded in 1779, uses call in the sense of “duty” or “need.” The variant is always used with a verb, as in There was no call to get the police involved because it’s a simple dispute between neighbors.
[noh] /noʊ/ adverb 1. (a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request) 2. (used to emphasize or introduce a negative statement): Not a single person came to the party, no, not a one. 3. not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a […]
[noh-kahr-dee-uh] /noʊˈkɑr di ə/ noun, Bacteriology. 1. any of several filamentous or rod-shaped, aerobic bacteria of the genus Nocardia, certain species of which are pathogenic for humans and other animals. Nocardia No·car·di·a (nō-kär’dē-ə) n. A genus of aerobic, gram-positive, primarily saprophytic actinomycetes, that are transitional between bacteria and fungi and that form filaments that fragment […]
- Nocardia asteroides
Nocardia asteroides Nocardia as·ter·oi·des (ās’tə-roi’dēz) n. A species of Nocardia that causes nocardiosis.
- Nocardia caviae
Nocardia caviae Nocardia ca·vi·ae (kā’vē-ē’) n. A species of Nocardia that causes mycetoma in humans.