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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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The amendment of India's 49-year-old Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Act has renewed concerns over the security of Chinese-owned assets and posed an obstacle for the Indian government, which hopes to draw more overseas investment by enacting sweeping economic reforms.
SC William Matson Sinclair - killed during an enemy air raid, aged 33, on October 12, 1940.
The deputy top commander warned against the enemy's plots, and said, "The enemy has deceitfully adopted a friendly approach towards Iran to achieve its sinister goals.
Occasionally the enemy fighter aircraft kept visiting our position.
Make sure that you get something out of fighting the enemy you choose.
This enemy sports a long distance range view along with long range attacks.
XCOM: Enemy Within vastly improves upon the experience of XCOM: Enemy Unknown with an incredible amount of new content.
Any enemy planner addresses each one to some degree, and circumstances on the battlefield change the order of priority and importance.
The enemy property could be divested only to the owner or his lawful heir.
Several other large-scale enemy infiltrations in this area were attempted throughout our deployment, but due to the heavy losses suffered, each successive attempt involved fewer personnel and focused its objective much closer to the border.
If you can supply stonemasons to build fortifications with unknown weak points and secret means of access or engineers to provide the enemy with defective designs, you can achieve long-term advantages.