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NTCNational Training Center
NTCNational Telecommunications Commission
NTCNotice
NTCNegative Temperature Coefficient
NTCNational Transport Commission (Australia)
NTCNaval Training Center
NTCNorthcentral Technical College (Wisconsin)
NTCNo Trade Clause
NTCNational Transitional Council (Libya)
NTCNational Textbook Company
NTCNational Textile Center (North Carolina State University)
NTCNet Tropical Cyclone Activity
NTCNational Tariff Commission (Pakistan)
NTCNational Targeting Center
NTCNational Theatre for Children (Minneapolis, MN)
NTCNissan Technical Center (Atsugi, Japan)
NTCNo Template Control (molecular biology experiments)
NTCNokia Telecommunications
NTCNorwegian Trade Council
NTCNational Tracing Center (ATF)
NTCNational Teachers College (Manila, Philippines)
NTCNational Technology Center
NTCNational Troopers Coalition
NTCNepal Telecommunication Corporation
NTCNational Telecommunications Corporation (Pakistan)
NTCNanophase Technologies Corporation (Burr Ridge, Illinois)
NTCNo Te Creas
NTCNational Transportation Center
NTCNet Transfer Capacities
NTCNet Tax Capacity
NTCNoshiro Testing Center (Japan)
NTCNano-Technology Council (IEEE Council)
NTCNew Theological College (India)
NTCNetworks Telephony Corporation
NTCNetwork Trunk Card (Cisco)
NTCNetwork Testing Committee
NTCNavajo Tribal Council
NTCNode Transition Count
NTCNan Tan Computer (Taiwan, ROC)
NTCNASA Teleconferencing Center
NTCNational Television Center (ITU-T)
NTCNye Thermodynamics Corporation (Canada)
NTCNetwork Test Center (informatics, University Of Hamburg)
NTCNetwork Transmission Control
NTCNew Technologies Committee
NTCNanoscience and Technology Center
NTCNight Terrain Contour
NTCNighttime Temporary Traffic Control
NTCNational Transmittal Center
NTCNational Technology Committee
NTCNord Triumph Club (French automobile club)
NTCNonthermal Coupling
NTCNational Terrorism Center
NTCNorthland Transportation Company (predecessor of Greyhound)
NTCNaval Telecommunication Command
NTCNet Touring Cost (Australia)
NTCNeighborhood Traffic Calming (various locations)
NTCNotice to Contractors (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
We immediately proceeded to collect what we could of our horses, and other cattle, and bring them through the posterns into the fort: And in the evening of the ninth, I returned answer, that we were determined to defend our fort while a man was living--Now, said I to their commander, who stood attentively hearing my sentiments, We laugh at all your formidable preparations: But thank you for giving us notice and time to provide for our defence.
If his notice was sought, an expression of courtesy and interest gleamed out upon his features, proving that there was light within him, and that it was only the outward medium of the intellectual lamp that obstructed the rays in their passage.
But seeing them now close to me, I could not but notice that they were rather coarse, broad, with squat fingers.
Why, the Scotch tunes are just like a scolding, nagging woman," Bartle went on, without deigning to notice Mr.
The party in the drawing-room--I had walked straight in, you understand, without ringing the bell, or giving any notice of my approach-- consisted of four laughing rosy children, of ages from about fourteen down to ten, who were, apparently, all coming towards the door(I found they were really walking backwards), while their mother, seated by the fire with some needlework on her lap, was saying, just as I entered the room, "Now, girls, you may get your things on for a walk.
It was singular to notice that even in the weak state of his body he had no thought for its comfort.
Observant persons, accustomed to frequent the London parks, can hardly have failed to notice the number of solitary strangers sadly endeavoring to vary their lives by taking a walk.
Both men greeted him familiarly, taking no notice of his companion.
The huntsman took no notice of the signs, but believing his word, hastened forward in the chase.
She has given Geoffrey notice to quit these lodgings.
Poor Jones was rather a spectator of this elegant scene, than an actor in it; for though, in the short interval before the peer's arrival, Lady Bellaston first, and afterwards Mrs Fitzpatrick, had addressed some of their discourse to him; yet no sooner was the noble lord entered, than he engrossed the whole attention of the two ladies to himself; and as he took no more notice of Jones than if no such person had been present, unless by now and then staring at him, the ladies followed his example.
Rouletabille never took his eyes off the cane; he was so absorbed that he did not notice a sign Larsan made to a railway employe, a young man with a chin decorated by a tiny blond and ill-kept beard.