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NCNorth Carolina (US postal abbreviation)
NCNetwork Computer
NCNew Castle (Indiana)
NCNetwork(ed) Computer
NCNorth Central (High School)
NCNormally Closed (switch or valve)
NCNational Center (Crystal City, Arlington, VA)
NCNo Credit (college transcript)
NCNational Committee
NCNo Change
NCNew Caledonia
NCNassau County
NCNo Comment
NCNumerical Control
NCNo Contact
NCNot Connected
NCNetwork Connection (ITU-T)
NCNo Cover (philately)
NCNew Canaan (Connecticut, USA)
NCNot Collected
NCNotebook Computer
NCNew Country (music; as opposed to the traditional Country/Western)
NCNo Clue
NCNetwork Cable
NCNo Charge
NCNunca (Portuguese)
NCNew Covenant (religious)
NCNepali Congress (Nepal)
NCNo Contest (criminal justice system)
NCNominating Committee
NCNational Congress (Sudan)
NCNot Calculated
NCNature Conservancy
NCNurse Corps
NCNobody Cares
NCNews Corp (Australian parent company of Fox)
NCNetwork Control
NCNetwork Code
NCNasal Cavity
NCNo Connection
NCNorthland College
NCNew Calendar (Integrated Chronological Applications System)
NCNaming Context (Windows 2000)
NCNitrocellulose
NCNeural Computation (various locations)
NCNoam Chomsky
NCNuclear Chemistry
NCNostalgia Critic (web review series)
NCNeighborhood Commercial (zoning)
NCNational Coordinator (various locations)
NCNick Carter (Backstreet Boys)
NCNorton Commander
NCNature Calls (chat)
NCNumerically Controlled
NCNo Class
NCNurse Call
NCNot Carried
NCNormal Control
NCNetscape Communicator
NCNetwork Camera
NCNo Context (decompressor state)
NCNew Call
NCNeoCash (gaming currency)
NCNon-Consensual
NCNon-Corrosive
NCNon Communiqué (French)
NCNeo-Conservative (aka neo-con)
NCNickel Creek (band)
NCNavy Nurse Corps (US Navy)
NCNet Control
NCNot Compliant
NCNucleocapsid
NCNo Circuit
NCNetwork Channel (Bellcore)
NCNormal Condition (electrical)
NCNon-Collagenous
NCNanocrystal
NCNicholas Cage
NCNolo Contendere (Latin: No Contest; court plea)
NCNutrition Consultant (aka Nutritional Consultant)
NCNeocron (online roleplaying game)
NCNon-Commissioned Officer (usually seen as NCO)
NCNon Conformance
NCNot Classifiable
NCNo Correction
NCNeutral Current
NCNext Card
NCNet Capacity
NCNationsCup (clan base online video gaming competition)
NCNational Chief (Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America)
NCNordic Council
NCNo Carry
NCNational Climate Data Center
NCNon-Circular
NCNoncom (job candidate with poor communication skills)
NCNon-Connected
NCNational Coarse (threading)
NCNorth Crossing
NCNormal Concrete
NCNochex (online payment method in UK)
NCNational Curriculum for England
NCNetContinuum
NCOficina Nacional de Normalización (Cuba)
NCNon Combative
NCNoise Criterion
NCNon-Complete
NCNova College
NCNightmare City (movie)
NCNew Conglomerate (Planetside game)
NCNew Cadet
NCNonrecurring Costs
NCNuchal Cord
NCNasal Canula
NCNova Consulting
NCNo Cheats (multiplayer gaming)
NCNumismatic Chronicle (UK)
NCNo Coil
NCNicolae Carpathia (Left Behind book series)
NCNeural Controller
NCNominal Correction (US NASA)
NCNATO Confidential
NCNeuro-Computing
NCNoncarcinogen
NCNoble & Cooley (drums)
NCNo Chord (music)
NCNoise Coefficient (manufacturing specification)
NCNode Center
NCNavigation Controller
NCNetwork Complex
NCNarrow Coverage
NCNon-Controlled Substance (USA)
NCNaga College
NCNordic Cooperation
NCNegative Constructive (debate)
NCNonconvective
NCNick's Class (Complexity theory, parallel algorithms)
NCNATO Civilian
NCNashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railroad
NCNormal Cleanup
NCNepali Currency
NCNotifiable Change
NCNOCONTRACT (Not Releasable to Contractors or Consultants; classification)
NCNational Conservancy
NCNuke Cannon (gaming, Command & Conquer Generals)
NCNonlinear Capacitance
NCNintendo Center
NCNappies Covered
NCNavigation (Planning) Center (USACE)
NCNormo-Cephalic (physical exam)
NCNodal Controller
NCNordrassil Ceptilus (gaming guild)
NCNational Coarse Screw Thread (Society of Automotive Engineers)
NCNeutron Controller
NCOccupation Air Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NC(USN Rating) Navy Counselor
NCNORN Collective
References in classic literature ?
It ended by my almost believing (perhaps actually believing) that this was perhaps my normal condition.
Up-and-down did it: and the landscape, which had been showing signs of mental aberration in various directions, returned to its normal condition of sobriety with the exception of a small yellowish-brown mouse, which continued to run wildly up and down the road, lashing its tail like a little lion.
I can only say that he looked like a hawk and she like a dove--and, now that I think of it, that is what they each did look like; and do look like in their normal condition.
Elliotson, despises pain, reads with the back of his head, sees miles off, looks into next week, and performs other wonders, of which, in his own private normal condition, he is quite incapable; so you see, in the affairs of the world and under the magnetism of friendships, the modest man becomes bold, the shy confident, the lazy active, or the impetuous prudent and peaceful.
An hour later, the air less charged with it restored the lungs to their normal condition.
Thus our expedition was at the time of the dry season, when the great river and its tributaries were more or less in a normal condition.
I think, that is, it is my own personal conviction that this is the normal condition of women.
At first she had thought that she was looking upon a shambles and that the bodies, but recently decapitated, were moving under the impulse of muscular reaction; but presently she realized that this was their normal condition.
The qualitative analysis give a quite normal condition, and shows, I should infer, in itself a vigorous state of health.
In the atmosphere of the Easterly weather, as pellucid as a piece of crystal and refracting like a prism, we could see the appalling numbers of our helpless company, even to those who in more normal conditions would have remained invisible, sails down under the horizon.
You will admit that I have taken my precautions in such manner as to be certain that my balloon will not fall; but, should it disappoint me, I should find myself on the ground in the normal conditions imposed upon other explorers.
When his attack was over, and the prince reflected on his symptoms, he used to say to himself: "These moments, short as they are, when I feel such extreme consciousness of myself, and consequently more of life than at other times, are due only to the disease--to the sudden rupture of normal conditions.