NEK


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NEKNortheast Kingdom (Vermont)
NEKNuklearna Elektrarna Krško (Slovenian: Krško Nuclear Power Plant; Krško, Slovenia)
NEKNatsionalna Elektricheska Kompania (Bulgarian: National Electric Company; Bulgaria)
NEKNorsk Electroteknisk Komite
NEKNormal Human Epidermal Keratinocyte (cancer research)
NEKNordisk Embedsmandskomité for Konsumentspørgsmål (Danish: Nordic Senior Officials Cooperation Committee on Consumer Questions)
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" Nek Chand was a super genius and one of a kind who created the world- famous rock garden but at the same time, he was a picture of total humility," Bajwa said.
Under the HTA, Maritza and NEK will endeavor to make certain changes to the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).
With her Nek Nominate act now viral, Rebecca is even proud of what she did and even retweeted the reactions of her friends - mostly male - to her Nex Nominate challenge.
NEK's new governing body has returned all four invoices issued by Worley Parsons to the company, the total sum being EUR 5 349 363, 6.
Major shareholders in the nuclear plant will be subsidiaries of NEK and Rosatom's but the exact ownership structure is yet unknown.
Another incident on the same grid have left the Black Sea coast without power for several hours late on Thursday when a wire tore and twisted one of the electricity poles after a technical glitch, NEK said.
NEK is among the top 25 percent of operational nuclear power plants in the world, in terms of nuclear safety and stability criteria standards.
In a statement, NEK noted that full responsibility for the implementation of the contract lies with Gazprom-controlled Atomstroyeksport.
For its part, NEK issued a statement noting that it had gained a "positive opinion" from DG TREN on its November 2006 agreement with Gazprom's Atomstroyexport (under Article 105 of the Euratom Treaty).
Principal battles: Laing's Nek I (near Newcastle), Majuba (near Volksrust) (1881); Laing's Nek II, Talana (near Dundee), Elandslaagte, Nicholson's Nek (both near Ladysmith) (1899); siege of Ladysmith (1899-1900).