NOD


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AcronymDefinition
NODNon-Obese Diabetic (strain of laboratory mouse)
NODNotice of Default
NODNational Organization on Disability
NoDNumber of Deaths (gaming)
NODNotice of Determination
NODNotice of Disagreement (US VA)
NODNotice of Deficiency
NODNurse on Duty
NODNation of Domination (pro wrestling)
NODNew Orleans District (USACE)
NODNight Observation Device
NODNucleotide Oligomerization Domain
NODNitric Oxide Dioxygenase
NODNurse Of the Day
NODNitrogenous Oxygen Demand
NODNetwork Outward Dialing
NODNaito-Oyanagi Disease
NODNetwork Operations Division
NODNotice of Defect
NODNotice of Direction
NODNotice of Disposition
NODNo Obvious Deformities
NODNon-Orthologous gene Displacement
NODNightingale on Demand (computer application for physicians and healthcare providers)
NODNatural Organic Demand
NODNation Of the Damned
NODNorth of Dewdney
NODNonorganic Data
NODNavy Ordnance Depot
NODNetscape Open Directory (software)
NODNight of Darkness (music event)
NODNederlandse Onderzoek Databank (Dutch: Dutch Research Database)
NODNotice of Discharge
NODNot on Digest
References in classic literature ?
He may nod at thee, if he will; for thou art clad in gray, and wearest the scarlet letter.
Handshake, admiring stare, "Glad to see ye"--courteous nod, smily "Most happy
The minister gave out his text and droned along monotonously through an argument that was so prosy that many a head by and by began to nod -- and yet it was an argument that dealt in limitless fire and brimstone and thinned the predestined elect down to a company so small as to be hardly worth the saving.
At the man's nod of assent Rebecca sped down the lane, crying irrepressibly as she neared the wagon, "Oh, Emma Jane
They were permitted to go alone; and with a cordial nod from one, and a graceful bow from the other, the two gentlemen took leave.
During this interval, even Adele was seldom sent for to his presence, and all my acquaintance with him was confined to an occasional rencontre in the hall, on the stairs, or in the gallery, when he would sometimes pass me haughtily and coldly, just acknowledging my presence by a distant nod or a cool glance, and sometimes bow and smile with gentlemanlike affability.
Grimaud intimated by a scarcely perceptible nod that he should consent.
ROMANCE, who loves to nod and sing, With drowsy head and folded wing, Among the green leaves as they shake Far down within some shadowy lake, To me a painted paroquet Hath been - a most familiar bird - Taught me my alphabet to say - To lisp my very earliest word While in the wild wood I did lie, A child - with a most knowing eye.
She soon did notice it, and HER manner altered too: the familiar nod was changed to a stiff bow, the gracious smile gave place to a glare of Gorgon ferocity; her vivacious loquacity was entirely transferred from me to 'the darling boy and girls,' whom she flattered and indulged more absurdly than ever their mother had done.
I nodded comprehension of his statement, and acquiescence in it, as a man should nod who knows all about men.
Oh, nothing, nothing,' rejoined the secretary, with a friendly nod to Hugh.
Sam intimated by a nod that he recollected the problem alluded to by his parent.