NESS

Near Earth Space Surveillance, a telescope for observing near-Earth asteroids
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Ness

• (n.) A promontory; a cape; a headland. • (n.) A promontory; a cape; a headland.
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Ness

[character] Ness is depicted as a thirteen-year-old{efn-lr|Swan, p. 120.} boy residing in the fictional town of Onett in Eagleland who has psychic abilities referred to as PSI. In EarthBound, Ness teams up with several other characters to battle Giygas, the main antagonist of the game and a recurring character in the series. ==Conception an...
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Ness

[Irish mythology] Ness (Neasa, Nessa; Neas, Ness), also called Nessa, is a princess of the Ulaid and the mother of Conchobar mac Nessa in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Her father is Eochaid Sálbuide, king of the Ulaid. According to one version of the legend, she asks the druid Cathbad what that day is a good day for, and he replies ...
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Ness

Ness noun [ Anglo-Saxon næs , ns ; akin to Icelandic nes , Swedish näs , Danish næs , and English nose . √ 261. See Nose .] A promontory; a cape; a headland. Hakluyt. » Ness is frequently used as a suffix in the names of...
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NESS

acronym: National Environmental Satellite Service (NOAA)
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Ness

HMS Ness was a British River Class frigate of 1460 tons displacement launched in 1942. HMS Ness was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots. She carried a complement of 140 and was armed with two 4-inch dual-purpose guns; ten 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and one Hedgehog multiple spigot mortar.
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Ness

It is given to both boys and girls there.
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Ness

Roughly triangular promontory of land jutting into the sea, often consisting of mobile material, i.e. a beach form.
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