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DNEDirection Nationale de l'Energie (French: National Directorate of Energy; Mali)
DNEDiagnostic Nasal Endoscopy (procedure)
DNEDigital Network Engineer
DNEDictionary of Newfoundland English
DNEDoes Not Exist
DNEDo Not Erase
DNEDeterministic Ndis Extender
DNEDedicated Network Environment
DNEDo Not Enter
DNEDeath Notification Entry
DNEData Network Equipment
DNEDelta Nouvelle Énergie (French electrical engineering company)
DNEDoes Not Equal
DNEDomain Name Email
DNEDo Not Exceed (library budget)
DNEDeterministic Network Enhancer
DNEDivision of Narcotics Enforcement (Iowa State Police)
DNEDiabetes Nurse Educator (UK)
DNEDirected Nuclease Editor (trademark of Precision BioSciences, Inc.)
DNEDouble Negation Elimination (logic)
DNEDetached National Expert
DNEDo Not Enable (electronics manufacturing)
DNEDallas Nissan Enthusiasts
DNEDune Energy, Inc (stock symbol)
DNEDuluth and Northeastern Railroad Company
DNEDeterministic Nested Encoder
DNEDelta North Elementary (Delta, Utah, USA)
DNEDaily News Express (newspaper; Monroe County, TN)
DNEDo Not Equip (electronics manufacturing)
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References in classic literature ?
Thus we may perhaps most easily comprehend that to which a thing is related, when a name does not exist, if, from that which has a name, we derive a new name, and apply it to that with which the first is reciprocally connected, as in the aforesaid instances, when we derived the word 'winged' from 'wing' and from 'rudder'.
It is true that if the object of knowledge does not exist there can be no knowledge: for there will no longer be anything to know.
Now if that which is perceptible is annihilated, it follows that the body is annihilated, for the body is a perceptible thing; and if the body does not exist, it follows that perception also ceases to exist.
However proper such reasonings might be to show that a thing OUGHT NOT TO EXIST, they are wholly to be rejected when they are made use of to prove that it does not exist contrary to the evidence of the fact itself.
This is similar to [the case when] air is not transparent in actuality, and light does not exist in it; then it is [transparent] by force, as light is its perfection: he brought it from force to actuality that it be transparent.
Vacuum does not exist, although we see the spreading of the rays of the sun simultaneously with the rise of the sun, and the body does not move or travel a distance except in time.
Other people discount prejudice if a concrete definition and a concrete, easily attainable solution does not exist. Other distancing occurs when people suggest that nothing can be done about racism, for example, if African-Americans do not step up and become involved.
Currency convertibility does not exist. Western firms can repatriate hard currency exports but not the profits they make in Czechoslovakia.
Filing the S election before corporate formation: An S election is not valid if the corporation does not exist when the election is filed.