NME


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AcronymDefinition
NMEName
NMENew Musical Express
NMEEnemy
NMENew Molecular Entities (US FDA New Drug Approval reports)
NMENew Music Express (English weekly magazine)
NMENeisseria Meningitidis
NMENetwork Management Ethernet
NMENational Magazine Exchange
NMENational Military Establishment (original name for the US Defense Department)
NMENew Medium Enterprises Inc.
NMENecrolytic Migratory Erythema
NMENew Miserable Experience (Gin Blossoms album)
NMENightmute AK (airport code)
NMENorwegian Maritime Exporters (Association of)
NMENational Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
NMENew Member Education
NMENew Media Enterprises (Ameritech)
NMEAssociation of Norwegian Maritime Exporters (Oslo, Norway)
NMENorton Mobile Essentials (Symantec)
NMENecrotizing Meningoencephalitis
NMENissan Motorsport Europe
NMENetwork Management Equipment (Sprint)
NMEnon-milk extrinsic sugar
NMENoise Measuring Equipment
NMENo Mercy Ever (gaming)
NMENumber of Methods Extended
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As a result, the NME this week made an announcement which many believe marks the final chapter in the magazine's 63 years.
He added: "We're lucky to have him, and it's an absolute honour for us to be giving Damon the NME Award For Innovation.
The duo, Milo Cordell and Robbie Furze, have won the prestigious NME Philip Hall Radar Award for best new act and have just released their debut album, A Brief History Of Love.
The NME picked the bands and I have not heard all their music yet but they seem nice and that's a good start.
HD VMD technology is based on a high-capacity red laser optical disc designed by NME, who have developed the world's first commercially produced multilayer disc, by mastering the process to increase the number of layers for information storage, with typical storage capacities of 5GB per layer.
The first name drawn will win a pair of tickets to the sold-out gig at the Student Union on Park Place, Cardiff, they'll also meet The Killers and win a year's subscription to the NME.
He proved more unpopular with NME readers than Bin Laden, George Bush, Simon Cowell, Pete Waterman and Tony Blair.
The NME was first launched in 1952 when it changed its name from the Musical and Accordion Express to the New Musical Express.
The NME Originals -- Beatles issue will contain exclusive material, including photographs and items of memorabilia not seen in print.
In 1994, NME paid pounds 250 million to the US federal and 28 state governments after a major investigation into health-care fraud.
NDA and NME cycles to approval and review times through mid-2006
The future is an exciting place and the NME just kicked the door down.