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NNumber
NNorth
NNo
NNoun
NNoon (time of day)
NNeutral (automatic transmissions)
NNon specified number
NNumber of Years
NNatural Numbers
NNovember
NNormal
NIn
NSet of Natural Numbers (math)
NAnd
NLondon North (postcode, United Kingdom)
NNorway
NNintendo
NNumeric
NNetscape
NNewton(s)
NNight (airfare)
NNotch (type of filter)
NIntuitive (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)
NNitrogen
NNano
NPrincipal Quantum Number (used in formulae in quantum physics)
NNeutron
NKnight (chess)
NNormality
NNorse
NMoles (chemistry)
NNanotechnology
NNigerian Naira (national currency)
NSouthwest Ontario (postal code designation, Canada)
NNatus (Latin: Born)
NNoggin (cable network)
NAsparagine (amino acid)
NNucleoprotein (virus protein)
NSensitive Unclassified (information)
NRefractivity
NTrue Neutral (gaming)
NNullipara
NAvogadro's Number (chemistry)
NNeutron Number (physics)
NUnable to Locate Complainant (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
NNot Classified But Sensitive
NOccupation Regular Issues (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NNot for Release to Foreign Nationals
NNo Action Taken/Being Taken (action code)
NUS DoT tire speed rating (87 mph)
References in classic literature ?
By its aid, I can direct our course to the passage of the Notch.
In The Ambitious Guest he has made use of the incident still told to travellers through the Notch, of the destruction of the Willey family in August, 1826.
With 'Moby Dick; or, the Whale' (1851), Melville reached the topmost notch of his fame.
But, he had sensed that Rose was about to do so herself, and this knowledge had pushed his determination to the final notch.
With speed lever pulled to the last notch, we raced toward the north as we rose ever farther and farther above that terrible valley of death.
I had a garden wall to scale, nearly twice my own height, and without notch or cranny in the ancient, solid masonry.
He hears the echoes of a horn in a hill country, in the Notch Mountains, for example, which converts the mountains into an Aeolian harp,--and this supernatural tiralira restores to him the Dorian mythology, Apollo, Diana, and all divine hunters and huntresses.
The enormous silhouette of the two towers, projected afar on the roofs of Paris, and formed a large notch of black in this light.
One by one the pursuers were distanced, and as the last of them fell out of range behind, Carthoris dropped the Thuria's nose to a horizontal plane, as with lever drawn to the last notch, she tore through the thin air of dying Mars toward the east and Ptarth.
When he is three they are said to wear the knickerbocker face, and you may take it from me that Mary assumed that face with a sigh; fain would she have kept her boy a baby longer, but he insisted on his rights, and I encouraged him that I might notch another point against her.
If I might be allowed to mention a young lady's legs, on any terms, I would observe of Miss Slowboy's that there was a fatality about them which rendered them singularly liable to be grazed; and that she never effected the smallest ascent or descent, without recording the circumstance upon them with a notch, as Robinson Crusoe marked the days upon his wooden calendar.
The bushman's keen ears warned him, and he sprang to his feet, bow and arrow in hand, the arrow fixed in the notch and the bow bending as he sprang.