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NOTENot Of This Earth
NOTENot Over There Either (also see NIMBY and BANANA)
NOTENational Organization for Tobacco Eradication (India)
NOTENetwork of Theological Enquiry (London, England, UK)
NOTENGN (Next Generation Network) Open Trial Exhibition (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation; Japan)
References in classic literature ?
March was both surprised and touched, and smiled with her eyes full as she examined her presents and read the little notes which accompanied them.
Soon after Peter renewed his note, Pavel strained himself lifting timbers for a new barn, and fell over among the shavings with such a gush of blood from the lungs that his fellow workmen thought he would die on the spot.
Now, for instance," she continued, with a dazzling smile, "I suppose, according to the rules, I ought to give you a note to Mr.
Lorry, joyfully relieved after reading this note aloud, "to where his wife resides?
And the note was accompanied by the usual envelope.
Utterson alone that night, than he locked the note into his safe, where it reposed from that time forward.
He was no longer astonished when he searched on to find in the register this note, placed in a bracket against his name: --
12} The reader will note the extreme care which the writer takes to make it clear that none of the suitors were allowed to sleep in Ulysses' house.
The passages from Sketches from Memory show that Hawthorne had visited the mountains in one of his occasional rambles from home, but there are no entries in his Note Books which give accounts of such a visit.
She had read Miss Crawford's note only once, and how to reply to anything so imperfectly understood was most distressing.
In conclusion, I showed Astley the note which I had lately received.
Nay, some have been so curious, as to note, that the times when the stroke or percussion of an envious eye doth most hurt, are when the party envied is beheld in glory or triumph; for that sets an edge upon envy: and besides, at such times the spirits of the person envied, do come forth most into the outward parts, and so meet the blow.