NODS


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Related to NODS: Nos, nodus, at least, by way of, couldn't, take it for granted
AcronymDefinition
NODSNational Office of Disaster Services (Antigua and Barbuda)
NODSNASA Ocean Data System
NODSNear Obstacle Detection System
NODSNon-Owned Disposal Site (insurance liability)
NODSNaples Original Discount Store (Florida)
NODSNational Order Distribution System
NODSNetwork Oriented Data Systems
NODSNortheast Ohio Daylily Society (Burton, OH)
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile Erskine, returning through the village from his morning ride, had met Trefusis, and attempted to pass him with a nod.
Meanwhile Emelia Ivanovitch had been encouraging me with nods and smiles.
Collins and Charlotte appeared at the door, and the carriage stopped at the small gate which led by a short gravel walk to the house, amidst the nods and smiles of the whole party.
He sometimes nods his head and threatens to come down; but we are old neighbors, and agree together pretty well upon the whole.
And not only did the bull bend his neck, he absolutely knelt down at her feet, and made such intelligent nods, and other inviting gestures, that Europa understood what he meant just as well as if he had put it in so many words.
She felt this counter-excitement to her sorrow still more strongly as she walked with her sons towards the church door, and saw the friendly sympathetic nods of their fellow-parishioners.
They paused only to gaze at the passing sleighs, to lift their caps to Marmaduke, to exchange familiar nods with Richard, and each disappeared in his dwelling.
She nods to LORD GORING, with a look of amusement in her eyes, and goes out with SIR ROBERT CHILTERN.
The men saluted with jerky nods, the women with remnants of a curtsey.
Harvey found his French of no recognised Bank brand, and his conversation was limited to nods and grins.
To this Kim assented with wise nods, and bade the Oorya observe that the lama took no money, and that the cost of his and Kim's food would be repaid a hundred times in the good luck that would attend the caravan henceforward.
The rosemary nods upon the grave; The lily lolls upon the wave; Wrapping the fog about its breast, The ruin moulders into rest; Looking like Lethe, see