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NNW

abbr.
north-northwest

NNW

symbol for
(Physical Geography) north-northwest

NNW

or N.N.W.,

north-northwest.
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Noun1.NNW - the compass point that is midway between north and northwest
compass point, point - any of 32 horizontal directions indicated on the card of a compass; "he checked the point on his compass"
Translations
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NNW

ABBR =north-northwestNNO

NNW

abbr of north-northwestNNW
References in classic literature ?
The weather was pretty good, wind at NNW. a fresh gale, and we soon came to speak with her.
Several gold mineralization occurrences are strongly controlled by altered NNW and NE structures, including the Heberto zone (2.13 g/t gold over 23 m; 1.15 g/t gold over 64 m including 3.65 g/t gold over 13 m) and the CLN shear (2 g/t gold over 11 m including 3.26 g/t gold over 6 m).
Results: Pain in teeth, pain on chewing, bleeding gums and burning sensation in the mouth was significantly worse among NW than NNW (p<0.01).
Twenty-five percent (25%) of every product sold either on the SGL or NNW website will be donated to buy bullet-proof vests for Police Officers who need them.
NNW says that it is a multifaceted financial news and publishing company that delivers a new generation of social communication solutions, news aggregation and syndication, and enhanced news release services.
An advertisement will be placed in NNW supplements of NB daily newspapers.
Figure 9 shows the wind speed ratios at each measurement point before and after the establishment of the reducing method for the NNW direction.
With the NNW, the economic accounts are supplemented by monetary valuations of "welfare-positive" aspects of life, i.e.
Greatest elongation east of the Sun--an angular distance of 20[degrees]--is reached on April 26, when Mercury will set 2h12m after sunset; an hour after sunset, the magnitude +0.4 innermost planet will stand about 9[degrees] above the horizon at azimuth 296[degrees] in the NNW, an easy naked eye target perhaps also presenting some wide-field photographic possibilities.
As we celebrate National Nurses Week 2008 (NNW) May 6-12, the American Nurses Association (ANA) and its constituent member associations (CMAs) salute nurses across the country with the theme Nurses: Making a Difference Every Day.
This extends the known range for the species in the State of Mexico toward the most southern population's northeast limit (13 Km to the NE of Ixtlahuaca, on hwy 55 NNW Toluca, State of Mexico) and it is the first record since 1972 (UMMZ 19348(1), reservoir near Tabernillas, 30 Km NW Toluca).