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ONEOperation Noble Eagle
ONEOrchestra New England (New Haven, CT)
ONEOffice of Nuclear Energy
ONEOverclocking Navigator Engine
ONEOpen Network Environment
ONEOpen Network Exchange
ONEOmnifunctional Network Environment
ONEOptical Network Element
ONEOffice de la Naissance et de l'Enfance (Belgium: Birth and Child Office)
ONEOpen Network Environment (Netscape)
ONEOpen Net Environment (Sun)
ONEOrganization of the NorthEast (Chicago, Illinois)
ONEOperation Nest Egg
ONEOnline Networking for the Environment
ONEOffice of National Estimates (National Intelligence Council)
ONEOffice National d'Electricite
ONEOther Network Entities
ONEOrganic & Natural Enterprise Group (Australia)
ONEOdaiko New England (Arlington, MA)
ONEOne pulmonary Artery (or hypoplasia), Neoplasm, Embolism
ONEOne Nation Earth
ONEOne Network for Everyone
ONEOptical Network Element (NEC)
ONEOzarks New Energy (Springfield, MO)
ONEOceanic Navigational Error
ONEOpen Network Expansion
ONEOffice Network Exchange (Honeywell)
ONEOptimized Network Evolution (Siemans/Stromberg-Carlson)
ONEOffice National de l'Énergy (National Energy Board - Canada)
ONEOssific Nucleus Eccentricity
ONEOut-of-Nest Episodes (psychology)
References in classic literature ?
"Because I was talking about `household tasks' in the sentence before, and it IS one of my household tasks.
But while I am alive and have desires I would rather my hand were withered off than bring one brick to such a building!
One ought still to honour the enemy in one's friend.
For as the affirmation is opposed to the denial, as in the two propositions 'he sits', 'he does not sit', so also the fact which constitutes the matter of the proposition in one case is opposed to that in the other, his sitting, that is to say, to his not sitting.
If you ask a citizen of Munich which is the best Munich daily journal, he will always tell you that there is only one good Munich daily, and that it is published in Augsburg, forty or fifty miles away.
Every one in the Jungle can scramble along somehow when only game is scarce; but water is water, and when there is but one source of supply, all hunting stops while the Jungle People go there for their needs.
Still, she reflected, these sorts of skill are almost exclusively masculine; women neither practice them nor know how to value them; and one's husband's proficiency in this direction might legitimately increase one's respect for him, since mystification is no bad basis for respect.
The princess saw that in the evenings Kitty read a French testament that Madame Stahl had given her--a thing she had never done before; that she avoided society acquaintances and associated with the sick people who were under Varenka's protection, and especially one poor family, that of a sick painter, Petrov.
A State, I said, arises, as I conceive, out of the needs of mankind; no one is self-sufficing, but all of us have many wants.
The task before me did not seem a very encouraging one. It seemed much like making bricks without straw.
To illustrate by the case of an actor on the stage: our first plan was to collect together all the aspects which he presents to different spectators at one time, and then to form the series of such sets.
There were hundreds of shrewd capitalists in American cities in 1876, looking with sharp eyes in all directions for business chances; but not one of them came to Bell with an offer to buy his patent.