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NMEName
NMENew Musical Express
NMEEnemy
NMENew Molecular Entities (US FDA New Drug Approval reports)
NMENew Music Express (English weekly magazine)
NMENeisseria Meningitidis
NMENetwork Management Ethernet
NMENational Magazine Exchange
NMENational Military Establishment (original name for the US Defense Department)
NMENew Medium Enterprises Inc.
NMENecrolytic Migratory Erythema
NMENew Miserable Experience (Gin Blossoms album)
NMENightmute AK (airport code)
NMENorwegian Maritime Exporters (Association of)
NMENational Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
NMENew Member Education
NMENew Media Enterprises (Ameritech)
NMEAssociation of Norwegian Maritime Exporters (Oslo, Norway)
NMENorton Mobile Essentials (Symantec)
NMENecrotizing Meningoencephalitis
NMENissan Motorsport Europe
NMENetwork Management Equipment (Sprint)
NMEnon-milk extrinsic sugar
NMENoise Measuring Equipment
NMENo Mercy Ever (gaming)
NMENumber of Methods Extended
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On the seventh day of February, as I was hunting, to procure meat for the company, I met with a party of one hundred and two Indians, and two Frenchmen, on their march against Boonsborough, that place being particularly the object of the enemy.
But not for all these entreaties did Don Quixote turn back; on the contrary he went on shouting out, "Ho, knights, ye who follow and fight under the banners of the valiant emperor Pentapolin of the Bare Arm, follow me all; ye shall see how easily I shall give him his revenge over his enemy Alifanfaron of the Trapobana.
As to fortune, he had made--he, humble as he was--an enemy of the cardinal; that is to say, of a man before whom trembled the greatest men of the kingdom, beginning with the king.
Further, the enemy would naturally on his arrival at once burn and ruin the country at the time when the spirits of the people are still hot and ready for the defence; and, therefore, so much the less ought the prince to hesitate; because after a time, when spirits have cooled, the damage is already done, the ills are incurred, and there is no longer any remedy; and therefore they are so much the more ready to unite with their prince, he appearing to be under obligations to them now that their houses have been burnt and their possessions ruined in his defence.
Now in order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger; that there may be advantage from defeating the enemy, they must have their rewards
On a slope to the left there was a long row of guns, gruff and maddened, denouncing the enemy, who, down through the woods, were forming for another attack in the pitiless mo- notony of conflicts.
Now an enemy is never so near and consequently so threatening, as when he has completely disappeared.
It was their hope to make their way undiscovered to the very vicinity of the Blackfoot camp; but they had not proceeded far in the defile, when they met a scouting party of the enemy.
We are all threatened," answered the tiger, "by a fierce enemy which has lately come into this forest.
Order the transports, surrounded by their convoys, to follow closely in the wake of the battleships until the point of the V has entered the enemies' line, then the V must open outward at the apex, the battleships of each leg engage the enemy fiercely and drive him back to form a lane through his line into which the transports with their convoys must race at top speed that they may gain a position above the temples and gardens of the therns.
As to the form of private houses, those are thought to be best and most useful for their different purposes which are distinct and separate from each other, and built in the modern manner, after the plan of Hippodamus: but for safety in time of war, on the contrary, they should be built as they formerly were; for they were such that strangers could not easily find their way out of them, and the method of access to them such as an enemy could with difficulty find out if he proposed to besiege them.
On the opposite side the enemy could be seen by the naked eye, and from their battery a milk-white cloud arose.