NICER


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
AcronymDefinition
NICERNational Irish Centre for Energy Rating (Ireland)
NICERNational Information Centre for European Research (Technology Centre AS CR; Ministry of Education; Czech Republic)
NICERNational Institute for Christian Education Research (Canterbury, Kent, England, UK)
NICERNorthern Ireland Council for Educational Research (est. 1963; UK)
References in classic literature ?
I think she is a kind of schoolmistress; but the other girl (I mean the nicer one, with the mother) tells me she is more respectable than she seems.
And nothing could be nicer," cried Polly, making a dive among the silks Fan was turning over with a lost expression.
It made her think that it was curious how much nicer a person looked when he smiled.
I should think Marilla's raspberry cordial would prob'ly be much nicer than Mrs.
It's very nice to be loved," she said: "but it's nicer to love other people
So as to the question whether I should be nicer to people on my personal blog, I do not think so.
The Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer, or NICER, was sent to the International Space Station aboard the last SpaceX Dragon capsule in June.
The performance is part of the transnational project NiCeR -- Innovative Methods for the Integration of Young Refugees, co-financed by the European Union and implemented in six European cities.
It is known from other studies that ethnicity affects myopia prevalence; therefore, the NICER findings are most applicable to white children.
Our new location is a lot bigger and nicer," Rich Dinella, Shore Thing president said.
Needless to say, all's well that ends well and Catullus discovers that it is nicer to be nicer, and turns over a new leaf.
And in a second swipe at his former mentor, McElderry said: "This show is tougher than the X Factor but the judges are much, much nicer.