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NDE

abbreviation for
(Psychology) near-death experience

nde

near-death experience.
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NDE

abbr of near-death experienceNTE f
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A total of 289 people reported an NDE, and 106 of those reached a threshold of 7 on the Greyson NDE Scale, (which confirms a true NDE).
Alhaji Ahmed Aliyu Sokoto also commended NDE for the effective collaboration with Senator Wamakko.
Of those 4,314 developed NDE without receiving, 444 developed NDE after opioid use for more than 90 days.
NDE defines Hyundai's highest standards in contemporary customer experience.
A NDE is a profound psychological event that happens in people's lives when they are in situations they feel will bring them certain death, which brings with it a sense of crisis and patterns of perceptions, creating a recognizable overall event, that has been called NDE, according to the International Association for Near-Death Studies (http://iands.org/ndes/about-ndes/what-is-an-nde.html) website.
It is, indeed, very similar to what happens during NDE. But unless one is declared clinically dead and comes back to life, it is not by definition an NDE.
To centralize and better coordinate research related to nondestructive testing, the Federal Highway Administration established the NDE Validation Center, now called the FHWA Advanced Sensing Technology (FAST) NDE Laboratory, in 1998.
The circumstances and conditions that give rise to a NDE; The link between predisposition and the NDE; The role of manifestation and intent and the NDE; The unmistakable connections between the energetic world and the NDE.
Iveco's patented flexible charging modes meanwhile allow the NDE to recharge in public or in private infrastructure, by connecting to fast charging stations for an average charge time of just two hours.
Sceptics put these visions down to drugs, lack of oxygen to the brain or hallucinations but Penny Sartori has seen NDE cases in which oxygen levels were normal or when patients were not receiving drugs or clinically dead so they should have been experiencing nothing.
As a nurse practitioner with six years of experience working with patients who have kidney failure, it has become obvious that there is a deficiency in the literature surrounding the topic of NDE in patients receiving dialysis treatments on hemodialysis machines.
* Micromachined transducers for NDE (University of Warwick)