NELM


Also found in: Medical.
AcronymDefinition
NeLMNational Electronic Library for Medicines (National Health Service; UK)
NELMNational English Literary Museum (Grahamstown, South Africa)
NELMNaked Eye Limiting Magnitude (astronomy)
NELMNaval Elements Atlantic & Mediterranean
NELMNorth East Lower Michigan
NELMNick End Labelling Method (cell death detection)
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Unsurprisingly the brightest, most polluted skies were found in the urban areas, with Brecon itself reading at an average NELM of 4.
When Mrs Nelms heard that he had made contact, she said she was overjoyed, but did not show her emotion like most in the family.
Nelms said: "Nobody has ever said anything to me about any racist comment but I can't imagine Jim would ever say anything of that nature and I will defend all of our players.
Just like kids today, their pockets were empty and Nelms began accepting credit.
Some classes may grow from 50 to 80 students, and the university will no longer require the services of what Nelms described as "some really good adjuncts.
You're very cautious about how far you push those kids," Nelms said.
Warrington and Nelms were to the fore at the start of the second half, but a couple of mistakes allowed the home side to score.
Discover chief executive David Nelms said: "While we have begun to see important progress in our UK business, the funding and operating environment there continues to be a challenge.
Discover's chief executive David Nelms said: "While we have begun to see important progress in our UK business, the funding and operating environment there continues to be a challenge.
At the request of the Oklahoma Society of Public Accountants, ACAT Vice President for Accountancy Lanny Nelms addressed a meeting of the Oklahoma Senate Committee on Business and Labor.
Says Nelms of Indiana University: "Unless you have the confidence of people, you are not going to be able to achieve sustainable results.