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NTNorthern Territory (Australian state/territory)
NTNo Thanks
NTNew Technology (Microsoft Windows operating system)
NTNorthwest Territories (Canada)
NTNo Text (message boards)
NTEnd (Physical) Termination of the DSL at the User
NTNucleotide
NTNext Time
NTNo Time
NTNational Trust (UK)
NTNew Testament (Bible)
NTNational Team
NTNew Taiwan (Dollar)
NTNot There
NTNot Taken
NTNetherlands Antilles
NTNear Threatened (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Lower Risk sub-category)
NTNit
NTNetwork Technology
NTNinja Turtles (cartoon)
NTNot Tested
NTNear-Term
NTNo Text (gaming, Mod-X security challenges)
NTNice Try (Internet gaming)
NTNaval Training (US Navy)
NTNeurotrophin (protein)
NTNew Territories (Hong Kong)
NTNuchal Translucency (Perinatology)
NTNanotechnology
NTNumber of Tubes
NTNuclear Test
NTNon Toxic
NTNorthern Telecom
NTNull Type
NTNet Tonnage
NTNot Traded
NTNo Tags (California Seed Certification, Davis, California)
NTNose Tackle (football)
NTNuclear Transfer (genetics)
NTNon-Transferable
NTNano-Technician (gaming, Anarchy Online)
NTNo Trade
NTNetwork Termination
NTNewtype (Gundam Pilot)
NTNorrköpings Tidningar (Swedish newspaper)
NTNarrower Term (lexicography)
NTNo Tomorrow
NTNikola Tesla
NTNewtons
NTNautical Twilight
NTNurse Tech (student nurse)
NTNuevo Testamento (Spanish: New Testament)
NTNo Trump (bridge)
NTNeopian Times (Neopets newsletter)
NTNetwork Theory
NTNo Take
NTNo Trespassing
NTNo Transmission
NTNorthtown
NTNitrotyrosine
NTNouvelle Tentative
NTNon Turbo
NTNon Thermal
NTNavigation Technology
NTNet Tons
NTNikki Tyler (adult film actor)
NTNeuro-Typical (Non-Autistic Person)
NTNormal Technical
NTNarrative Therapy (psychotherapy)
NTNome Time (GMT-1100)
NTNewfoundland Time
NTNortel Networks Limited (stock symbol)
NTNight Training
NTNon-Tender (abdominal exam)
NTNice Throw (gaming term)
NTNeurologically Typical (autism-related)
NTnano-Tesla (10^-9 Tesla; magnetic field strength measurement unit)
NTNavajo Times
NTNippon Tanshi Co. Ltd. (Japan)
NTNanotopography
NTNarcotrend
NTNeamt County (Romania)
NTNaso Tracheal
NTNo Tracers
NTNeurophil Thread (pathology)
NTNanotopology
NTNetwork Terminal/Terminator
NTNeutron Transmitter
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A four-year NFL veteran and journeyman, Stanley (6-2, 302) will likely compete for a reserve spot at nose tackle in 2010.
Nose tackle Linval Joseph is considered questionable with ankle and knee injuries. Left tackle Riley Reiff didn't practice Friday because of a foot injury and is listed as doubtful.
The combined weight of the three players competing at nose tackle for Oregon is roughly the equivalent of a grand piano.
For the Bears, linebacker Lamarr Houston left with a left knee injury that Fox said "seems to be substantial." Nose tackle Eddie Goldman was taken from the field with an ankle injury.
The 5-foot-10, 280-pound Asirifi is built more like a nose tackle than a caddie.
The Jets, self-proclaimed Super Bowl contenders, do not appear to have any confidence in their quarterback Mark Sanchez and have suffered a huge loss with the knee injury to nose tackle Kris Jenkins.
Former NFL lineman BOB GOLIC: "If you're mad at your kid, you can either raise him to be a nose tackle or send him out to play on the freeway.
Nose tackle Tovo still has nightmares over the Claymores' defeat in the big one two years ago and the odds are stacked against them again.
And it will not be easy, because anchoring the Packers' front four is "The Gravedigger", 27-and-a-half stone nose tackle Gilbert Brown.
Clemson nose tackle Dexter Lawrence was a reach at No.
True freshman nose tackle Jordon Scott and Clemson graduate transfer Scott Pagano are expected to be key cogs on a defensive line that returns senior standout Henry Mondeaux and talented defensive end Jalen Jelks.
Running backs Alfred Blue (calf) and Jonathan Grimes (illness) and wide receiver Jaelen Strong (ankle) did not participate in practice Thursday and nine other players, including defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (wrist), leading running back Lamar Miller (ankle), and nose tackle Vince Wilfork (groin), (http://www.houstontexans.com/news/article-2/Thursday-Injury-Report-Texans-vs-Raiders/864eff82-72a4-48ab-87e6-9ca842854471) were limited.