NESW

AcronymDefinition
NESWNorth East South West (compass directions)
NESWNorth Edmonton Sculpture Workshop (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
NESWNorth Eastern Swat (gaming community)
NESWNever Eat Shredded Wheat (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Soggy Waffles (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Sour Watermelon (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Slimy Worms (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Enter Stinky Washrooms (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNaughty Elephants Squirt Water (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Soggy Weetbix (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Soggy Wheatbix (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Eat Salty Watermelon (mnemonic for compass directions)
NESWNever Ever Smoke Weed (mnemonic for compass directions)
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Las estructuras mineralizadas del yacimiento Jatun Orcco tienen una edad de 17,26 Ma y rumbos NESW y E-W.
44), S2N2, S2; Section 7:N2, NESW, NWSE; Section 8: N2, SE, E2SW; Section 9: N2N2, S2NW, NWSW, SWNE, W2SE, SESE; Section 10: N2SW; Section 17: NW, NWSE, NESW
The magnetic anomaly contours in the southern portion were smooth and characterised by highly negative, long wavelength, magnetic anomalies having E-W and NE-SW direction trends (Benue Trough trend), while the magnetic anomaly contours in the northern portion had complex, positive, short wavelength, magnetic anomaly variations trending NESW and NW-SE.
2003) revealed a complex structural pattern, with discrete active reverse faults trending NESW to NNE-SSW, such as the Gorringe Bank, Marques de Pombal and Horseshoe faults.
The W-E orientation of fault planes dominates in the quarry I while the NW-SE and NESW orientations in the quarry II.
One of the more difficult aspects of solar observing that needs to be learnt is the orientation of the solar disk, both in terms of the NESW cardinal points in our sky and the solar disk itself.
The discovery well was directionally drilled re-entering an existing well from a surface location in NESW of Section 10, T19N-R120W at a cost of approximately US$3.
The first one (station 8) is constituted by NESW normal faults with a strike-slip component dipping towards the NW that cuts Upper Miocene rocks.
This line is associated with a series of NESW trending gravity lows not well defined by the reconnaissance survey of Collignon (1968).
Once executed, NESW will boost availability and ease access to global trade documents and information resulting in a cut in transaction delays and costs.