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nek

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(Physical Geography) (capital when part of name) South African a mountain pass: Lundeans Nek.
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Nek Chand would always be remembered by one and all for his masterpiece creation of Rock Garden in City Beautiful, which was an example of his creativity, aesthetics, hard work and zeal to serve society in his own unique way.
Power company The AES Corporation (NYSE:AES) reported on Wednesday the launch of a Heads of Terms Agreement (HTA) between its AES 3C Maritza East I (Maritza) subsidiary and NEK.
One of the latest people to take up a controversial Nek Nominate dare is 19-year-old Rebecca Dagley of Britain who was nominated to take of her clothes, except for undergarments, and finish a can of Stella Artois in a crowded Asda supermarket in the UK.
In a press release, NEK says Worley Parsons has been informed about the decision.
Major shareholders in the nuclear plant will be subsidiaries of NEK and Rosatom's but the exact ownership structure is yet unknown.
NEK has often complained of wire thefts that have become common in the European Union's poorest member state.
NEK is among the top 25 percent of operational nuclear power plants in the world, in terms of nuclear safety and stability criteria standards.
The European Commission denied, on 7 November, reports that Bulgarian power grid operator NEK has received the green light to construct a Russian-designed nuclear power plant.
Trying to get in on the action, I wrote my own tag, Nek Fart, in permanent marker on the back of the front seat headrest as we sped through the night.
Principal battles: Laing's Nek I (near Newcastle), Majuba (near Volksrust) (1881); Laing's Nek II, Talana (near Dundee), Elandslaagte, Nicholson's Nek (both near Ladysmith) (1899); siege of Ladysmith (1899-1900).
The current market structure, based on a Single Buyer model, was established in 2000, when NEK, the former integrated power monopoly, was unbundled into 6 generation, 7 distribution companies, and one national transmission company (NEK serves as a Single Buyer)