nec

Latin, meaning: conj, and not
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nec

abbreviation: necessary
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NEC

Nippon Electric Company
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NEC

Net Explosive Content
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NEC

National Extension College
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NEC

numerical electromagnetics code
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NEC

National Electric Code
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NEC

See National Electrical Code.
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NEC

National Electrical Code (NFPA-70).
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NEC

One of the manufacturers of plasma televisions. NEC is an OEM manufacturer, so NEC brand monitors are made completely by NEC. NEC has its own plasma screen glass factory and uses its own processing boards and chips. NEC's glass and plasma manufacturing facilities were recently acquired by Pioneer - however it's marketing arm remains intact.
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NEC

The company used the name Nippon Electric Company, Limited before re-branding in 1983. As a chip maker, before its merger with Renesas Technology, NEC Semiconductors was among the worldwide top 20 semiconductor sales leaders. ==History== ===Early development=== ====Company formation==== Kunihiko Iwadare and Takeshiro Maeda established Nippon Elect
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NEC

[disambiguation] As an acronym, the initials NEC may stand for: ==Companies and organizations== ==Exhibition centres== ==Educational institutions== ==Sports== ==Health== ==Science and Mathematics== ==Military== ==Other== ...
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NEC

National Electrical Code
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NEC

National Electric Code
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NEC

National Electric Code, a safety document produced by the NFPA.
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NEC

The White House National Economic Council, which in 1998 began examining some aspects of mergers in
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