NEAD

AcronymDefinition
NEADNo Evidence of Active Disease (cancer assessment)
NEADNon-Epileptic Attack Disorder
NEADNational Emergency Address Database (Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association)
NEADNever Ending Altruistic Donor (kidney donation; Maumee, OH)
NEADNorth-East Academy of Dance (Oscoda, MI)
NEADNorfolk Education & Action for Development
NEADNorth East Abu Dhabi
NEADNew England Automobile Dealers
NEADNorthEast Aftermarket Distributing (Maine)
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Yes, maybe she did promise not to venture forth on the cold floors of daybreak, but she had risen for a moment only, and we just t'neaded her with our talk about draughts - there were no such things as draughts in her young days - and it is more than she can do (here she again attempts to rise but we hold her down) to lie there and watch that beautiful screen being spoilt.
NEAD follows an earlier study that looked at outcomes in the children at age 3 years (Neurology 2010;75:1954-60).
Neither of these salient "social imaginaries" of exchange--gift giving or formal contract--perfectly meets the practical demands of the NEAD system.
The investigators have now followed the children in the NEAD study up to 6 years of age.
The NEAD study was funded by the National Institute of Neu rological Disorders and Stroke.
The study confirms earlier NEAD findings, which strongly suggest that women of childbearing age who need AED therapy should avoid valproate if possible.
The NEAD study is funded by the National Institutes of Health.
FILM: Double bill of Nead an Dreolin, a collection of short films about six living Irish poets, and In the Days of Saint Patrick, a milestone in Irish cinema accompanied by Irish harpist Cormac de Barra (Saturday).
Beaufort only came out with 10 men in the second half and kept battling away with a late consolation goal from Nead.
Yelling on slum clearance, Jennifer Davis and Jerry White (among others) on particular 'slum' districts, Martin Gaskell and Alan Mayne on the concept of the slum, Bill Luckin and others on the Thames, Peter Brimblecombe on atmospheric pollution (along with the rise of urban environmental history more generally), Ellen Ross and Anna Davin on women's family and working lives, children and survival strategies, or Judith Walkowitz and Lynda Nead on the gendered perils and pleasures of the Victorian metropolis.
In contrast to Peter Ackroyd, Lynda Nead has written a book that is forthright in its aims.
Strathclyde's Russell Hannah and Tim Nead from St Andrews lost out in the semi-finals of the British Universities Matchplay Champ- ionship at Castlerock in Northern Ireland yesterday.