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NEDNational Endowment for Democracy (also seen as NEFD)
NEDNational Elevation Dataset (USGS)
NEDNo Evidence of Disease
NEDNon-Executive Director
NEDNASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database
NEDNew Editor
NEDNational Economic Development
NEDNew Era Dianetics (by L. Ron Hubbard)
NEDNew English Dictionary
NEDNo Expiration Date (coupons)
NEDNew England District (USACE)
NEDNorth East Down
NEDNano Emissive Display
NEDNotice of Election and Demand (Foreclosure)
NEDNon-Educated Delinquent (Scotland)
NEDNon Educated Delinquent
NEDNuclear Engineering Department
NEDNetwork Enterprise Domain (JTRS)
NEDNuclear Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
NEDNorthern Electricity Department (Ghana)
NEDNuclear Event Detector
NEDNational Enrollment Database
NEDNadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw (University of Engineering and Technology Karachi, Pakistan)
NEDNATO Effective Date
NEDNormalized Euclidian Distance
NEDNeuroendocrine Disruption
NEDNational Examination Data
NEDNuclear Effects Directorate
NEDNoble Engineering & Development
NEDNetView - DECnet Interface
NEDNadir Edulgee Dinshaw (University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi)
NEDNVidia Experimental Driver
NEDNetwork Engineering Document
NEDNetwork Equipment Databasing
NEDNot Enough Data
NEDNorth East Derbyshire (UK)
NEDNew Equipment Digest (magazine)
NEDNational Eye Database (Ministry of Health; Malaysia)
References in classic literature ?
He did not speak to her again till suppertime, when he saw her drinking champagne with Ned and his friend Fisher, who were behaving `like a pair of fools', as Laurie said to himself, for he felt a brotherly sort of right to watch over the Marches and fight their battles whenever a defender was needed.
I wouldn't, Meg, your mother doesn't like it, you know," he whispered, leaning over her chair, as Ned turned to refill her glass and Fisher stooped to pick up her fan.
On the evening before he left Winesburg to take up his new life in the city, Ned Currie went to call on Alice.
Now we will have to stick to each other, whatever happens we will have to do that," Ned Currie said as he left the girl at her father's door.
I believe you--that is if you got on its trail," returned Ned, and there was warm admiration in his voice.
It sounds like the wildest dream of a professional sleep-walker; and yet, when I stop to think, it isn't much worse than some of the things we've gone through with, Ned.
Then followed a conversation between them, till it was agreed that Robert, as the groom, should lead me, and that Ned must take the body.
Who calls himself Canadian calls himself French; and, little communicative as Ned Land was, I must admit that he took a certain liking for me.
Little by little, Ned Land acquired a taste for chatting, and I loved to hear the recital of his adventures in the polar seas.
My brother Ned is a good fellow, and you're a good fellow too, Trimmers,' said the old man, shaking him by both hands with trembling eagerness.
Brother Ned,' said Mr Cheeryble, tapping with his knuckles, and stooping to listen, 'are you busy, my dear brother, or can you spare time for a word or two with me?
My dear Ned,' said his father, 'I will hear you with the patience of an anchorite.