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NNoon (time of day)
NNeutral (automatic transmissions)
NNon specified number
NNumber of Years
NNatural Numbers
NNovember
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NIn
NSet of Natural Numbers (math)
NAnd
NLondon North (postcode, United Kingdom)
NNorway
NNintendo
NNumeric
NNausea
NNetscape
NNewton(s)
NNight (airfare)
NNotch (type of filter)
NIntuitive (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)
NNitrogen
NNano
NPrincipal Quantum Number (used in formulae in quantum physics)
NNeutron
NKnight (chess)
NNormality
NNorse
NMoles (chemistry)
NNanotechnology
NNigerian Naira (national currency)
NSouthwest Ontario (postal code designation, Canada)
NNatus (Latin: Born)
NNoggin (cable network)
NAsparagine (amino acid)
NMean Motion (astronomy)
NNucleoprotein (virus protein)
NSensitive Unclassified (information)
NRefractivity
NTrue Neutral (gaming)
NNullipara
NAvogadro's Number (chemistry)
NNeutron Number (physics)
NUnable to Locate Complainant (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
NNot Classified But Sensitive
NOccupation Regular Issues (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NNot for Release to Foreign Nationals
NNo Action Taken/Being Taken (action code)
NUS DoT tire speed rating (87 mph)
References in classic literature ?
In The Ambitious Guest he has made use of the incident still told to travellers through the Notch, of the destruction of the Willey family in August, 1826.
By its aid, I can direct our course to the passage of the Notch. Let us go back, love, and dream no more of the Great Carbuncle!"
The umpires were stationed behind the wickets; the scorers were prepared to notch the runs; a breathless silence ensued.
Next instant, however, his blade had slipped into the fatal notch, there was a sharp cracking sound with a tinkling upon the ground, and he found a splintered piece of steel fifteen inches long was all that remained to him of his weapon.
At the top of the notched log he was met by Ninaka, who, with horror-wide eyes, looked down upon the fearsome monstrosities that lumbered awkwardly up the rude ladder in the wake of the agile Dyaks and the young white giant.
The ball went hopping round the wheel until it began to settle through the notches. Meanwhile the Grandmother sat as though petrified, with my hand convulsively clutched in hers.
I cast up the notches on my post, and found I had been on shore three hundred and sixty-five days.
Every shaft was a just ell long, set with peacock's feathers, and notched with silver.
This is done by means of a piece of mother-of-pearl shell, lashed firmly to the extreme end of a heavy stick, with its straight side accurately notched like a saw.
Farmer Ives looked at it, muttered something or another over it, and cut some notches in a short stick, which he handed to Benjy, giving him instructions for cutting it down on certain days, and cautioning Tom not to meddle with the wart for a fortnight.
He notched the stick at each end and in the notches fastened strings of raw-hide.
The little play of feature that his face presented, was cut deep into it, in a few hard curves that made it more like work; and he had certain notches in his forehead, which looked as though Nature had been about to touch them into sensibility or refinement, when she had impatiently thrown away the chisel, and said: 'I really cannot be worried to finish off this man; let him go as he is.'