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NEC

abbr.
near-Earth comet

NEC

abbreviation for
National Executive Committee
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Noun1.NEC - an acute inflammatory disease occurring in the intestines of premature infants; necrosis of intestinal tissue may follow
inflammatory disease - a disease characterized by inflammation
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Andie Harris, former learning and skills manager with NECT, said: "We are absolutely delighted to have won a Europa Nostra award.
3) in patients with a hematocrit percentage exceeding 60%, both Circle of Willis and dural sinuses are hyperdense on NECT scans of brain.
Because of this it was right to ask the NECT to prepare the development guidance, which addresses the three themes of understanding the heritage assets, evaluating what is significant and managing change.
I'm looking forward to breaking new ground with the NECT series, now with Roberta Barker as general editor, both in the individual volumes, but also reflected in the pieces of writing included.
5,6) Ectopic GHRH secretion usually originates from NECT, commonly from a bronchial carcinoid or enteropancreatic NECT.
As the inventor of the modular notebook computer, NECT takes expandability to a new level with the Versa M through the VersaBay, VersaBay Paks, and other upgradeable features.
NECT brain was done using 120/260Kv/mAs, scan time of 7 to 8s, rotation time 0.
Graham Bell, director of NECT, said: "I probably spend more time treading carefully through derelict buildings than finished ones, so what I see here is not abandoned buildings and buried stones but something that if handled carefully can be brought back to life.
Godwin Khosa, CEO of the NECT, urged all present to acknowledge leadership and management as central to achieving improvements in education.
And with NECT a company which has spent almost 50 years conserving and regenerating local landmarks and nationally important heritage, it's a fitting one.