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ned

(nɛd)
n
(Peoples) slang derogatory Scot a young working-class male who dresses in casual sports clothes
[C20: a shortened form of Edward]
ˈneddy, ˈneddish adj

NED

or N.E.D.,

New English Dictionary (Oxford English Dictionary).
Translations

ned

[ned] N (esp Scot) → chorizo/a m/f, gamberro/a m/f

ned

n (inf)Rowdy m; (= criminal type)Halunke m
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And Catriona Ward argued: "If they're terrorising her then they are not neds.
These payments were made as a result of the chairman and the NEDs working a significant number of additional hours over a long period to ensure completion and approval of our business cases for the new Royal - a major project for the city.
Said Jo: "First-time NEDs should recognise that the appointment is not a glorified consulting role.
When 70s gangster film Neds was released in January last year, Connor said his dad had been a positive role model.
Neds is a masterpiece of authenticity and heart, and the icing on the cake: a stunning ending.
As with Sisters, he also stars in NEDS, this time as an abusive, alcoholic father.
With all our activities under such intense scrutiny, there are several areas that NEDs may want to focus on to help their companies respond appropriately to the current environment.
6% - the Gazette and its sister paper the Journal in Newcastle sets out to celebrate the contribution of the NED to local business.
Setting light to the fireworks inside the white van; Flames spurt out as fireworks start to go off; Smoke pours from the van as they all explode; One of the neds seen on YouTube
From our discussions with NEDs it seems that chairmen in their first year generally prefer to adopt internal processes and intend to seek outside help at a later stage.
NEDs who buy the product will complete a questionnaire tailored to the particular business and designed to elicit particular problems or areas of potential exposure.
The Combined Code recommends that there should be a strong and independent non-executive element in the composition of any board, and that there should also be a sufficient balance of executive directors and NEDs to prevent undue influence being exerted by a small number of directors.