NEST


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AcronymDefinition
NESTNuclear Emergency Search Team
NESTNigerian Environmental Study/Action Team
NESTNetwork Simulation Testbed
NESTNational Economic Service-Life Tools (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
NESTNanoEngineering Science and Technology
NESTNetwork Evolution for Sustainable Tourism
NESTNovell Embedded System Technology
NESTNear-End Speech Threshold
NESTNear Eastern School of Theology
NESTNational Ecological Surveys Team
NESTNational Emergency Survivable Troop System
NESTNaval Exercise Support Terminal
NESTNeighborhood Empowerment and Support through Teamwork (Boat People SOS, Inc.)
NESTNuclear Effects Support Team
NESTNavy Exercise Support Terminal
NESTNetwork Systems and Technologies, Inc.
NESTNational Engineering Standards and Process (Sprint)
NESTNISN Event Scheduling Terminal (US NASA)
NESTNative English-Speaking Teacher (China)
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The old ones turn 'em out o' their nest an' make 'em fly an' they're scattered before you know it.
One of our babies fell out of the nest yesterday and Nag ate him.
So I begged the one who owned the nest to which I had been carried to take as much as he would of my treasure, but he contented himself with one stone, and that by no means the largest, assuring me that with such a gem his fortune was made, and he need toil no more.
Goody Tiptoes was busy pushing moss under the thatch--"The nest is so snug, we shall be sound asleep all winter.
Then the willow-wren flew to the bear's hole and cried: 'Growler, you are to come to the nest to my children, and beg their pardon, or else every rib of your body shall be broken.
I -- want -- you -- to -- get -- into -- the -- nest," the bird called, speaking as slowly and distinctly as possible, "and -- then -- you -- can -- drift -- ashore, but -- I -- am -- too -- tired -- to -- bring -- it -- any -- nearer -- so -- you -- must -- try -- to -- swim -- to -- it.
But how we are ever to escape from this nest I must leave to someone with better brains than I possess.
Happily, however, during that spring, they never, but once, got anything but empty nests, or eggs--being too impatient to leave them till the birds were hatched; that once, Tom, who had been with his uncle into the neighbouring plantation, came running in high glee into the garden, with a brood of little callow nestlings in his hands.
Whilst giving utterance to this ill-natured promise, Gryphus put his head out of the window to examine the nest.
The commonest dream of my early childhood was something like this: It seemed that I was very small and that I lay curled up in a sort of nest of twigs and boughs.
An Ant passed by, bearing along with great toil an ear of corn he was taking to the nest.
We regret to chronicle that Miss Sara Ray met with a misfortune while taking some violent exercise with a wasps' nest recently.