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AcronymDefinition
NDNorth Dakota (US postal abbreviation)
NDNeutral Density (filter used in photography)
NDNotre Dame
NDNode
NDNo Doubt (band)
NDNot Determined
NDNot Done
NDNew Directions
NDNADPH (Nicotinamide Adenosine Dinucleotide Phosphate Hydrogen)-Diaphorase
NDNew Delhi (India)
NDNancy Drew (character)
NDNew Deal (Franklin D Roosevelt's plan to boost US economy in the 1930s)
NDNo Date
NDNaturopathic Doctor
NDNot Detected
NDNo Download
NDNorthern District
NDNitto Denko (Japan)
NDNational Director (various organizations)
NDNursing Diagnosis (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association)
NDNational Diploma (England)
NDNo Damage
NDNaughty Dog (video game developer)
NDNine Days (band)
NDNeodymium
NDNeil Diamond (singer)
NDNo Decision (baseball; when a starter does not win or lose)
NDNetwork Design
NDNominal Diameter (pipe size)
NDNew Democracy (Greece)
NDNapoleon Dynamite (movie)
NDNeighbor Discovery
NDDoctor of Naturopathic Medicine
NDNewcastle Disease
NDNatural Death
NDNADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) Dehydrogenase
NDNot Detectable
NDNet Debt (financial management)
NDNot Documented
NDNapalm Death (band)
NDNueva Decoración (Spanish: New Decoration)
NDDoctor of Nursing (degree)
NDNormal Delivery
NDNon-Directional (antenna)
NDNon-Descript (TV/film industry and animal breeds)
NDNose Down
NDNetdevil (game company)
NDNavigation Display
NDNatural Diamond
NDNon-Detect
NDNipple Down (wells)
NDNaval Distillate
NDNetwork Diagram
NDNon-Detects
NDNear Dark (movie)
NDNotifiable Disease
NDNavy Diver (USN job classification)
NDNegligent Discharge (firearms)
NDNo Drawing
NDNorsk Data
NDNext Degree
NDNeutron Detector
NDNormalized Detection
NDNorrie Disease
NDNatural Density (filter)
NDNon-Stationary Deterministic (neural information processing)
NDNeutron Density
NDNo Date of Publication
NDNavigational Display
NDNon-Diversion
NDNova Demokratija (Serbian: New Democracy Party; political party from Serbia-Yugoslavia)
NDNormal Deployment
NDNon-Distended (abdominal exam)
NDNeutral Drive
NDNondispersion
NDNetwork Directorate
NDNick Delay (IRC)
NDNon-Deviation
NDNatürliche Dummheit (German: Natural Dumbness)
NDNitrification / De-Nitrification
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It's only marginally faster than carrying with a chamber empty, while it greatly increases the risk of a negligent discharge. The lowered hammer is much more exposed to impact than when it's fully cocked.
"The last thing we want is for a weapon that is unsafe to end up being handled by a civilian officer being transported, it gets dropped, we have a negligent discharge and someone gets injured."
"In sum, whether the potential risk is due to youth, illness, or certain types of past behavior, the Legislature has drafted a statute intended 'to prevent the temptation and the ability to use firearms to inflict harm, be it negligently or intentionally, on another or on oneself.' The danger of negligent discharge of a gun in the hands of a person under the influence of amphetamines or opiates is evident.
"The incident was investigated by a team led by a US Marine colonel who was unable to conclusively determine if a US Marine was shot intentionally by a Syrian Democratic Forces guard, or if he was shot as the result of a negligent discharge," the release said on Friday, the AMN reported.
After the shooting at Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, he was fined for negligent discharge of his gun and medically discharged from the Army.
Witnessing that negligent discharge (ND) and watching the fear melt over the man's embarassment set my feelings against ankle carry early on.
The accidental or negligent discharge of a gun is not reckless, and the facts belie anything else.
The girl, who was not identified because she is a juvenile, faces charges of negligent discharge of a firearm, police spokesman Tony Im said, CNN reported.
The girl, whose name was not released, was booked at a juvenile detention facility on a charge of negligent discharge of a firearm, said Officer Tony Im of the Los Angeles Police Department.
The city of Mankato, Minn., conducted an investigation into the use of explosives at Jefferson Quarry and has determined there was no negligent discharge of explosives in the quarry on April 25.
Using the clearing device helps avoid any accidental or negligent discharge of a handgun.