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HITT (disambiguation)
HITT can refer to:* Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, a type of disease* HITT Production, a Turkish record label* HITT , a South Korean boy bandPeople:* Bryan Hitt, the drummer of American rock band REO Speedwagon

Hitte is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in south-western France.-References:*

Hittite may refer to:*Hittites, ancient Anatolian people**Hittite language, ancient Indo-European language**History of the Hittites**Hittite mythology*Neo-Hittite states, Iron Age successors to the Hittite people located in modern Turkey and Syria

A hive may refer to a beehive, an enclosed structure in which some honey bee species live and raise their young.Hive may also refer to:-Arts:* The Hives, a Swedish rock band* Hive , a DJ and producer in the drum and bass music genre

HIVE is an abstract game programming library. It is designed to be simple and easy to understand. As of now, it is only for Microsoft Windows and C/C++.-Interface:

HIVE was the 3rd largest Telecommuncations company in Iceland, founded in 2004. It provided broadband ADSL connection and VoIP telephone system as well as Wi-Fi fixed and mobile wireless access.

HIVE (virtual environment)
The H.I.V.E. is a joint research project between the departments of Psychology and Computer Science and Systems Analysis at Miami University. The project is funded by a grant from the U.S. Army Research Office and is currently the world's largest virtual environment in terms of navigable floor area

HL is an abbreviation for:*Half-life, radioactive decay* Half-Life , a video game series** Half-Life , the first game in that series*Hangars Liquides, an electronic music label*Headline

In the x86 computer architecture, HLT is an assembly language instruction which halts the CPU until the next external interrupt is fired. Such interrupts are used by devices in order to signal to the CPU that an event occurred which the CPU shall react on

Hluk (Uherské Hradište District)
Hluk is a town in Uherské Hradiště District in Zlín Region of the Czech Republic with population about 4400.The town was first mentioned in year 1294. The name of Hluk is derived from latin word "hlucium" .-External links:*

HLX (gene)
H2.0-like homeobox protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the HLX gene.

HM may refer to:* HM , a Christian hard rock magazine* HM , pseudonym of Henry Molaison, a man with anterograde amnesia* HM, the IATA airline code for Air Seychelles

Hmong may refer to:*Hmong people, an ethnic group originally from China, Laos, Thailand and Southeast Asia*Hmong language, a cluster of closely related Hmong–Mien languages*Hmong customs and culture*Hmong cuisine

HMS Shah (D21)
The USS Jamaica , was an escort aircraft carrier of World War II that served in the British Royal Navy as HMS Shah . Returned to the USA at War's end, she was converted into a merchant vessel and she was sold into civilian service in 1946 as Salta

Ho, HO, or variations, may refer to:* Ho, Denmark, a town* Ho, Ghana, a town* Ho , Japanese kana* Ho language, spoken primarily in India* Ho people, primarily in the Indian state of Jharkhand

is the second EP from Japanese nu metal band Maximum the Hormone. This was the second record and first EP of the band to feature the current lineup.-Track listing:-Personnel:* Daisuke – vocals* Maximum the Ryo – guitar, vocals

Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City , formerly named Saigon is the largest city in Vietnam

Ho-Hum is a pop/rock band based in Little Rock, Arkansas, formed by brothers Lenny and Rod Bryan.-History:The band was formed while Lenny and Rod Bryan, sports scholarship students, were attending Ouachita Baptist University in the early 1990s

Hoar (disambiguation)
Hoar may refer to:* Hoarfrost* Depth hoar, a large crystal occurring at the base of a snowpack-People:* Ebenezer R. Hoar , influential American politician and lawyer* George Frisbie Hoar , prominent United States politician

In archaeology, a hoard is a collection of valuable objects or artifacts, sometimes purposely buried in the ground. This would usually be with the intention of later recovery by the hoarder; hoarders sometimes died before retrieving the hoard, and these surviving hoards may be uncovered by metal-detectorists, members of the public and archaeologists much later

Hoarding or caching is a general term for a behavior that leads people or animals to accumulate food or other items in anticipation of future need or scarcity.-Animal behavior:

Hoarding (animal behavior)
Hoarding or caching is a type of animal behavior where an animal will store its food in times of surplus for times when food is less plentiful

Hoarse (album)
Hoarse is a live album by the band 16 Horsepower. It was released in Europe in 2000 in digipak with Glitterhouse Records. In March 2001 it was released regularly in jewel case with Glitterhouse. An American version was released in 2001 on Checkered Past records

Hoary may refer to:*Hoary, white or grey with age*Hoary bat, a "hairy-tailed bat" in the family of vesper bats

Hoary Marmot
The hoary marmot is a species of marmot that inhabits the mountains of northwest North America. Hoary marmots live near the tree line on slopes with grasses and forbs to eat and rocky areas for cover.

A hoax is a deliberately fabricated falsehood made to masquerade as truth. It is distinguishable from errors in observation or judgment, or rumors, urban legends, pseudosciences or April Fools' Day events that are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes.-Definition:The British philologist Robert Nares says that the word hoax was coined in the late 18th

Hob or HOB may refer to:* Hob , a household spirit in Northern England* A generic term for various Dwarf-like and Elf-like magical creatures in Germanic folklore* A devil* The top cooking surface on a stove* A male ferret

Hob (folklore)
A hob is a type of small mythological household spirit found in the north and midlands of England, but especially on the Anglo-Scottish border, according to traditional folklore of those regions. They could live inside the house or outdoors. They are said to work in farmyards and thus could be helpful, however if offended they could become nuisances

Hob (hearth)
In a kitchen the hob is a projection, shelf, grate or bench for holding food or utensils at the back or side of a hearth to keep them warm, or an internal chimney-corner

Hobart is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Founded in 1804 as a penal colony,Hobart is Australia's second oldest capital city after Sydney. In 2009, the city had a greater area population of approximately 212,019. A resident of Hobart is known as a "Hobartian"

A hobble is a device that prevents or limits the locomotion of a human or an animal, by tethering one or more legs. Although hobbles are most commonly used on horses, they are sometimes used also on other animals. On dogs, they are used especially during force-fetch training to limit the movement of a dog's front paws when training it to stay still

To hobble means to walk unevenly, in an impeded manner -- or to cause this condition in some other entity.Hobble may also refer to:* Hobble skirt, a skirt with a narrow enough hem to significantly impede the wearer's stride

Hobble skirt
A hobble skirt is a skirt with a narrow enough hem to significantly impede the wearer's stride, thus earning its name. A knee-long corset is also used to achieve this effect

Hobbs' Angel of Death
Hobbs' Angel of Death are an Australian thrash metal band that began in 1987 in Melbourne, and are one of the first Australian groups to perform in that genre. They released two studio albums, Hobb's Angel of Death and Inheritance before disbanding in 1996

Hobnail (footwear)
In footwear, a hobnail is a short nail with a thick head used to increase the durability of boot soles.Hobnailed boots are boots with hobnails , usually installed in a regular pattern, over the sole

Hobnob is a brand name of biscuit made from rolled oats and jumbo oats, similar to a flapjack/digestive biscuit hybrid. They are mainly sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In Italy they are now marketed as a variety of Digestive, having previously been known as Suncrok.-History:The recipe was introduced by McVitie's in Scotland in 1984

Hobo (book)
Hobo, or Hobo: A Young Man's Thoughts On Trains and Tramping in America, is non-fiction, autobiographical novel written by Eddy Joe Cotton .

Hobo (disambiguation)
A hobo is a migratory worker or homeless vagabond, often penniless.Hobo may also refer to:*Hobo, a soft handbag that lacks a rigid frame so that it curves upward at each end where the straps are attached*The Hobo, a 1917 film starring Oliver Hardy

Hobo (German magazine)
Hobo was a fortnightly city guide and listings magazine which covered West Berlin during the 1970s. The magazine had been known as the Kreuzberger Nachtlaterne but in 1971, after publisher Per-Jörg Meschkat had observed the success of Time Out magazine during a visit to London, he reworked the magazine along the same lines and gave it the English title "Hobo".After its closure,

Hobo (magazine)
Hobo is an art and culture magazine based in Vancouver and Paris and foundedin Vancouver in 2002.Through collections of interviews, photo essays, and commentaries, Hoboincites a romantic conception of a bohemian and nonconformist spirit and is

Hobson's choice
A Hobson's choice is a free choice in which only one option is offered. As a person may refuse to take that option, the choice is therefore between taking the option or not; "take it or leave it". The phrase is said to originate with Thomas Hobson , a livery stable owner in Cambridge, England

Hobson's choice (disambiguation)
A Hobson's choice is one that must be taken or left.The term may refer to:Films, plays, and ballets* Hobson's Choice , by Harold Brighouse , which has been adapted numerous times:** Hobson's Choice , a silent film

Hoc may refer to:* Hellenic Olympic Committee, one of the oldest National Olympic Committees.* Hoc , a Danish King from Beowulf.* Hoc , a calculator and programming language.

Hoc (programming language)
hoc, an acronym for High Order Calculator, is an interpreted programming language that was used in the 1984 book The Unix Programming Environment to demonstrate how to build interpreters using Yacc.

Hochdeutsch is a German word which literally translates to "high German".It is commonly used with two meanings:* Linguistically and historically, it refers to the High German languages , or dialects , which developed in the Southern uplands and the Alps, for example, modern central and southern Germany Hochdeutsch is a German word which literally translates to "high German".It is commonly used with two meanings:* Linguistically and historically, it refers to the High German languages (Hochdeutsche Sprachen), or dialects (Hochdeutsche Mundarten/Dialekte), which developed in the Southern uplands and the Alps, for example, modern central and southern Germany Hochdeutsch is a German word which literally translates to "high German".It is commonly used with two meanings:* Linguistically and historically, it refers to the High German languages (Hochdeutsche Sprachen), or dialects (Hochdeutsche Mundarten/Dialekte), which developed in the Southern uplands and the Alps, for example, modern central and southern Germany (Saxony,

Hochland may refer to:*Hochland , a German Catholic magazine * Hochland , a historical region in North Germany* Hochland AG, a German cheese and dairy manufacturer* Hochland , a game

Hochwohlgeboren is a form of address for members of the lower German nobility or landed gentry. The English translation is High Well Born.-German usage:

The word hock may mean:* Hock , a type of wine* Hock , part of an animal's leg* Ham hock, a meat joint from the lower leg of a pig* To leave an item with a pawnbroker* Hans Henrich Hock, German historical linguist

Hockey is a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball or a puck into the opponent's goal using a hockey stick.-Etymology:

Hockey (album)
Hockey is an album by John Zorn featuring his early "game piece" composition of the same name. The album, first released on vinyl on Parachute Records in 1980, , and later re-released on CD on Tzadik Records with additional bonus tracks as part of the The Parachute Years Box Set in 1997 and as a single CD in 2002.-Reception:The Allmusic review by François Couture awarded

Hockey stick (disambiguation)
A hockey stick is:* a stick used to propel the ball or puck in hockey. In particular:** Field hockey stick, used to propel the ball in field hockey** Ice hockey stick, used to propel the puck in ice hockey* something shaped like an ice hockey stick

Hockey tape
There are two kinds of hockey tape used by ice hockey, roller hockey, and lacrosse players: stick tape and shin tape.-Stick tape:

Hod or HOD may refer to:*Brick hod, a long-handled box for carrying bricks or mortar*Hod, term for a Coal scuttle, bucket-like container for carrying coalPlaces*Hod Hill, an archaeological site in Dorset, England

HoD as an acronym may refer to:*Head of Department**This usage may have inspired the invented Klingon language word HoD, meaning "captain "*Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, 2002 Game Boy Advance game*Heart of Darkness, novel

Hodge-podge is a word used to describe a confused or disorderly mass or collection of things; a "mess" or a "jumble". The UK term is hotchpotch.Hodge-podge or Hodgepodge may also refer to:

Hodge-podge is a word used to describe a confused or disorderly mass or collection of things; a "mess" or a "jumble". The UK term is hotchpotch.Hodge-podge or Hodgepodge may also refer to:

Hodge-Podge (character)
Hodge-Podge the rabbit is a fictitious character from Berke Breathed's comic strip Bloom County. His best friends are Portnoy and Cutter John. Hodge is extremely politically conservative and fanatical about most things, though often ignorant and naive about just what those things are

Hodge-Podge (soup)
Hodge-Podge is a soup made of a mixture of various ingredients. According to the 1903 The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering, it is "common English for Hotch-Potch, a mixture; mutton soup thick with pieces of meat and all sorts of vegetables, also Hot-Pot."Often this soup is a token of poverty, when a food is prepared from whatever ingredients are

Hodgkin may refer to:People with the surname Hodgkin who are part of an extended Quaker family:*Alan Lloyd Hodgkin , British physiologist and biophysicist*Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin , British chemist*Douglas Hodgkin

Hodie is a cantata by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Composed between 1953 and 1954, it is the composer's last major choral-orchestral composition, and was premiered under his baton at Worcester Cathedral, as part of the Three Choirs Festival, on September 8, 1954. The piece is dedicated to Herbert Howells

Hoe may refer to:* Hoe , a hand tool used in gardening* Hoe , a Korean dish of raw fish* Plymouth Hoe, a public space in Plymouth, England* Hoe, Norfolk, a village in Norfolk, England* USS Hoe , a World War II US submarine

Hoeven (disambiguation)
Hoeven may refer to:* Charles B. Hoeven , American politician* John Hoeven , Governor of the US state of North DakotaHoeven may also refer to several locations in the Netherlands:* Hoeven, a town in Halderberge

Hoeven (Gemert-Bakel)
Hoeven is a hamlet in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the Dutch province of North Brabant, in the municipality of Gemert-Bakel, about 1 km southeast of Milheeze and about 4 km north of Deurne.

Hoffen is a commune in the Bas-Rhin department in Alsace in north-eastern France.On January 1, 1975 the commune merged with those of Hermerswiller and Leiterswiller.-Geography:

Hoffman (automobile)
The Hoffman had two prototype vehicles built by the R.C. Hoffman company of Detroit, Michigan in 1931. They were front-drive vehicles, powered by Lycoming straight-8 engines. The wheels were carried on solid load-bearing axles. Semi-elliptical springs were equipped on the front end, along with torque arms.

Neothauma tanganyicense is a species of freshwater snail with a gill and an operculum, an aquatic gastropod mollusc in the family Viviparidae.This is the only species in the genus Neothauma.- Distribution :

Nepal , officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked sovereign state located in South Asia. It is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by the People's Republic of China, and to the south, east, and west by the Republic of India

Nepalese mohar
The mohar was the currency of Nepal from the second half of the 17th century until 1932. Silver and gold mohars were issued, each subdivided into 128 dams. Copper dams were also issued, together with copper paisa worth 4 copper dams. The values of the copper, silver and gold coinages relative to one another were not fixed until 1903

Nepali Congress
The Nepali Congress is a Nepalese political party. Nepali Congress led the 1950 Democratic Movement which successfully ended the Rana dynasty and allowed commoners to take part in the polity. It again led a democratic movement in 1990, in partnership with leftist forces, to end monarchy and reinstate parliamentary democracy

Nepali Congress (Democratic)
Nepali Congress was a political party of Nepal, which was formed due to vertical split of Nepali Congress. Nepali Congress divided to two parties, the Nepali Congress led by former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and the other led by Girija Prasad Koirala.-Merger of Nepali Congress and Nepali Congress :On 25 September 2007, Nepali Congress

Nepali language
Nepali or Nepalese is a language in the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family.It is the official language and de facto lingua franca of Nepal and is also spoken in Bhutan, parts of India and parts of Myanmar

Nepeta is a genus of about 250 species of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae. The members of this group are known as catnip or catmint because of their effect on cats—the nepetalactone contained in nepeta binds to the olfactory receptors of cats, typically resulting in temporary euphoria

Nepetalactone is an organic compound, first isolated from the plant catnip , which acts as a cat attractant. Nepetalactone is bicyclic terpenoid, i.e., it is a ten-carbon compound derived from isoprene with two fused rings, a cyclopentane and a lactone. The structure and the effects of the compound are similar to those of valepotriates

Nepheline, also called nephelite , is a feldspathoid: a silica-undersaturated aluminosilicate, Na3KAl4Si4O16, that occurs in intrusive and volcanic rocks with low silica, and in their associated pegmatites

A Nephridium is an invertebrate organ which occurs in pairs and function similar to kidneys. Nephridia remove metabolic wastes from an animal's body. They are present in many different invertebrate lines. There are two basic types, metanephridia and protonephridia, but there are other types.-Metanephridia:A metanephridium A Nephridium (plural nephridia) is an invertebrate organ which occurs in pairs and function similar to kidneys. Nephridia remove metabolic wastes from an animal's body. They are present in many different invertebrate lines. There are two basic types, metanephridia and protonephridia, but there are other types.-Metanephridia:A metanephridium ('meta' = after)A Nephridium (plural nephridia) is an invertebrate organ which occurs in pairs and function similar to kidneys. Nephridia remove metabolic wastes from an animal's body. They are present in many different invertebrate lines. There are two basic types, metanephridia and protonephridia, but there are other types.-Metanephridia:A metanephridium ('meta' = after)(pl

The renal tubule is the portion of the nephron containing the tubular fluid filtered through the glomerulus. After passing through the renal tubule, the filtrate continues to the collecting duct system, which is not part of the nephron.

Neptune (mythology)
Neptune was the god of water and the sea in Roman mythology and religion. He is analogous with, but not identical to, the Greek god Poseidon. In the Greek-influenced tradition, Neptune was the brother of Jupiter and Pluto, each of them presiding over one of the three realms of the universe, Heaven, Earth and the Netherworld

Nerd is a derogatory slang term for an intelligent but socially awkward and obsessive person who spends time on unpopular or obscure pursuits, to the exclusion of more mainstream activities. Nerds are considered to be awkward, shy, and unattractive

Nerds are a form of candy currently sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand.Nerds were first created and then launched in 1983 by Kevin Ruby Deering, who was Brand Manager, eventually becoming Vice President of Marketing and Technical Services until he left in 1992. Robert Boutin led his team with the product development and commercialization of Nerds

Gorno Nerezi is a small village in the Republic of Macedonia, located in the Karpoš municipality, near Skopje, and at an altitude of 771 meters . It is situated on the wooded slopes of Mt. Vodno, covers a 7 km radius, and has a population of 314 inhabitants, mostly Albanians.Located in Gorno Nerezi is the Church of St

Nerima, Tokyo
is one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo, Japan. In English, it calls itself Nerima City.As of August 1, 2007, the ward has an estimated population of 703,005 , and a density of 14,443 persons per km². 12,897 foreign residents are registered in the ward. 18.4% of the ward's population is over the age of 65

Nero , was Roman Emperor from 54 to 68, and the last in the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Nero was adopted by his great-uncle Claudius to become his heir and successor, and succeeded to the throne in 54 following Claudius' death.

Nero Wolfe
Nero Wolfe is a fictional detective, created in 1934 by the American mystery writer Rex Stout. Wolfe's confidential assistant Archie Goodwin narrates the cases of the detective genius. Stout wrote 33 novels and 39 short stories from 1934 to 1974, with most of them set in New York City. Wolfe's residence, a luxurious brownstone on West 35th Street, features prominently in the series

Nervan–Antonine dynasty
The Nerva–Antonine dynasty was a dynasty of seven consecutive Roman Emperors who ruled over the Roman Empire from 96 to 192. These Emperors are Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Lucius Verus, and Commodus.

A peripheral nerve, or simply nerve, is an enclosed, cable-like bundle of peripheral axons . A nerve provides a common pathway for the electrochemical nerve impulses that are transmitted along each of the axons. Nerves are found only in the peripheral nervous system

Nerve growth factor
Nerve growth factor is a small secreted protein that is important for the growth, maintenance, and survival of certain target neurons . It also functions as a signaling molecule. It is perhaps the prototypical growth factor, in that it is one of the first to be described

Nervous breakdown
Mental breakdown is a non-medical term used to describe an acute, time-limited phase of a specific disorder that presents primarily with features of depression or anxiety.-Definition:

Nervous system
The nervous system is an organ system containing a network of specialized cells called neurons that coordinate the actions of an animal and transmit signals between different parts of its body. In most animals the nervous system consists of two parts, central and peripheral. The central nervous system of vertebrates contains the brain, spinal cord, and retina

Neshoba County, Mississippi
-Demographics:As of the census of 2000, there were 28,684 people, 10,694 households, and 7,742 families residing in the county. The population density was 50 people per square mile . There were 11,980 housing units at an average density of 21 per square mile

Nesoddtangen is a village in, and the administrative centre of Nesodden in Akershus, Norway. It had 11,795 residents in 2011; about two thirds of the municipality's population. It's located some 4 miles south west of Oslo, and passenger ferry is the most used commuting transportation. Of the working population in Nesoddtangen, more than 90% work in Oslo.

Ness Ziona
Ness Ziona is a city in central Israel founded in 1883. At the end of 2009 the city had a total population of 38,100, and its jurisdiction was 15,579 dunams.-Nahalat Reuben:

A nest is a place of refuge to hold an animal's eggs or provide a place to live or raise offspring. They are usually made of some organic material such as twigs, grass, and leaves; or may simply be a depression in the ground, or a hole in a tree, rock or building

Néstor Rossi
Néstor Raúl "Pipo" Rossi was an Argentine football midfielder.-Playing career:Nicknamed "Pipo", he started his career at River Plate, playing from 1945 to 1949, and then again from 1955 to 1958, winning a total of 5 Argentine leagues. In total, Rossi played 155 matches for River Plate scoring 7 goals

Net present value
In finance, the net present value or net present worth of a time series of cash flows, both incoming and outgoing, is defined as the sum of the present values of the individual cash flows of the same entity

Net promoter score
Net Promoter Score is a management tool that can be used to gauge the loyalty of a firm's customer relationships. It serves as an alternative to traditional customer satisfaction research.-Overview:

Netball is a ball sport played between two teams of seven players. Its development, derived from early versions of basketball, began in England in the 1890s. By 1960 international playing rules had been standardised for the game, and the International Federation of Netball and Women's Basketball was formed

Netcat is a computer networking service for reading from and writing network connections using TCP or UDP. Netcat is designed to be a dependable “back-end” device that can be used directly or easily driven by other programs and scripts

Nether Heyford
Nether Heyford is an English village west of Northampton off the A45 road, in the shire county of Northamptonshire, known as "Northants". It is by road to the M1 London to Yorkshire motorway junction 16, north of London and southeast of Birmingham

Netherland Dwarf
The Netherland Dwarf is a popular breed of domestic rabbit originating in the Netherlands. Smaller than most rabbit breeds, Netherland Dwarf rabbits weigh 500 g to 1.6 kg and are usually kept as pets or exhibition animals

The Netherlands is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located mainly in North-West Europe and with several islands in the Caribbean. Mainland Netherlands borders the North Sea to the north and west, Belgium to the south, and Germany to the east, and shares maritime borders with Belgium, Germany, and the United Kingdom

Netherton Tunnel Branch Canal
Netherton Tunnel Branch Canal, in the English West Midlands, is part of the Birmingham Canal Navigations, . It was constructed at a 453–foot elevation, the Wednesbury or Birmingham level; it has no locks. The total length of the branch canal is and the canal tunnel is long.Netherton Tunnel was the last canal tunnel to be built in Britain during the Canal Age

Netley Hospital
The Royal Victoria Hospital, or Netley Hospital was a large military hospital in Netley, near Southampton, Hampshire, England. Construction started in 1856 at the suggestion of Queen Victoria but its design caused some controversy, chiefly from Florence Nightingale. Often visited by Queen Victoria, the hospital was extensively used during the First World War

Netscape Communications is a US computer services company, best known for Netscape Navigator, its web browser. When it was an independent company, its headquarters were in Mountain View, California

NetSuite Inc. is the leading vendor of cloud-based Software-as-a-Service integrated business management software for mid-market enterprises and divisions of large companies, with over 10,000 organizations and a +$225 billion market cap

Netto (store)
Netto is a Danish discount supermarket operating in several European countries. Netto is owned by Dansk Supermarked Group, which in turn is partly owned by A.P. Møller-Mærsk Group.Netto also operates an express version of the store, known as Døgn Netto

Nettur Technical Training Foundation
Nettur Technical Training Foundation is a prominent private educational trust in India, with campuses all over south India. It was established in 1963 with Swiss co-operation, in order to provide purposeful quality education with excellent employment opportunities, with qualifications that are widely accepted by industries in India and abroad.NTTF has one of the most rigorous

Network analyzer (electrical)
A network analyzer is an instrument that measures the network parameters of electrical networks. Today, network analyzers commonly measure s–parameters because reflection and transmission of electrical networks are easy to measure at high frequencies, but there are other network parameter sets such as y-parameters, z-parameters, and h-parameters

Network card
A network interface controller is a computer hardware component that connects a computer to a computer network.

Network coding
Network coding is a technique where, instead of simply relaying the packets of information they receive, the nodes of a network will take several packets and combine them together for transmission. This can be used to attain the maximum possible information flow in a network

Network diagram
A computer network diagram is a schematic depicting the nodes and connections amongst nodes in a computer network or, more generally, any telecommunications network.-Symbolization:

Network interface device
In telecommunications, a Network Interface Device is a device that serves as the demarcation point between the carrier's local loop and the customer's premises wiring.

Network Rail
Network Rail is the government-created owner and operator of most of the rail infrastructure in Great Britain .; it is not responsible for railway infrastructure in Northern Ireland

Network topology
Network topology is the layout pattern of interconnections of the various elements of a computer or biological network.

Neubiberg Air Base
Neubiberg Air Base is a former German and United States Air Force airfield which was closed in 1991. It is located 9 km south of the city of Munich, Germany.

Neues Museum
The ' is a museum in Berlin, Germany, located to the north of the Altes Museum on Museum Island.It was built between 1843 and 1855 according to plans by Friedrich August Stüler, a student of Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The museum was closed at the beginning of World War II in 1939, and was heavily damaged during the bombing of Berlin

Neuquenraptor is a dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur of the Late Cretaceous of Argentina, one of the first dromaeosaurids found in the Southern Hemisphere.

Neural network software
Neural network software is used to simulate, research, develop and apply artificial neural networks, biological neural networks and in some cases a wider array of adaptive systems.-Simulators:

Neuroanatomy is the study of the anatomy and organization of the nervous system. In contrast to animals with radial symmetry, whose nervous system consists of a distributed network of cells, animals with bilateral symmetry have segregated, defined nervous systems, and thus we can begin to speak of their neuroanatomy

Neurofeedback , also called neurotherapy, neurobiofeedback or EEG biofeedback is a type of biofeedback that uses realtime displays of electroencephalography or functional magnetic resonance imaging to illustrate brain activity, often with a goal of controlling central nervous system activity

Neurofibromatosis is a genetically-inherited disorder in which the nerve tissue grows tumors that may be benign or may cause serious damage by compressing nerves and other tissues

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
Neuroleptic malignant syndrome is a life- threatening neurological disorder most often caused by an adverse reaction to neuroleptic or antipsychotic drugs

Neurology is a medical specialty dealing with disorders of the nervous system. Specifically, it deals with the diagnosis and treatment of all categories of disease involving the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems, including their coverings, blood vessels, and all effector tissue, such as muscle

Neuromancer is a 1984 novel by William Gibson, a seminal work in the cyberpunk genre and the first winner of the science-fiction "triple crown" — the Nebula Award, the Philip K. Dick Award, and the Hugo Award. It was Gibson's debut novel and the beginning of the Sprawl trilogy

A neuron is an electrically excitable cell that processes and transmits information by electrical and chemical signaling. Chemical signaling occurs via synapses, specialized connections with other cells. Neurons connect to each other to form networks. Neurons are the core components of the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral ganglia

Neurosurgery is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect any portion of the nervous system including the brain, spine, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system.-In the United States:In the United States, a neurosurgeon must generally complete

Neurotheology, also known as spiritual neuroscience, is the study of correlations of neural phenomena with subjective experiences of spirituality and hypotheses to explain these phenomena.

Neurotransmitters are endogenous chemicals that transmit signals from a neuron to a target cell across a synapse. Neurotransmitters are packaged into synaptic vesicles clustered beneath the membrane on the presynaptic side of a synapse, and are released into the synaptic cleft, where they bind to receptors in the membrane on the postsynaptic side of the synapse

Neuse River
The Neuse River is a river rising in the Piedmont of North Carolina and emptying into Pamlico Sound below New Bern. Its total length is approximately , making it the longest river entirely contained in North Carolina. The Trent River joins it at New Bern. Its drainage basin, measuring in area, also lies entirely inside North Carolina

Neutral red
Neutral Red is a eurhodin dye used for staining in histology. It stains lysosomes red. It is used as a general stain in histology, as a counterstain in combination with other dyes, and for many staining methods. Together with Janus Green B, it is used to stain embryonal tissues and supravital staining of blood

A neutrino is an electrically neutral, weakly interacting elementary subatomic particle with a half-integer spin, chirality and a disputed but small non-zero mass. It is able to pass through ordinary matter almost unaffected

Neutrino astronomy
Neutrino astronomy is the branch of astronomy that observes astronomical objects with neutrino detectors in special observatories. Nuclear reactions in stars and supernova explosions produce very large numbers of neutrinos, a very few of which may be detected by a neutrino telescope

The neutron is a subatomic hadron particle which has the symbol or , no net electric charge and a mass slightly larger than that of a proton. With the exception of hydrogen, nuclei of atoms consist of protons and neutrons, which are therefore collectively referred to as nucleons. The number of protons in a nucleus is the atomic number and defines the type of element the atom forms

Neutron activation analysis
In chemistry, neutron activation analysis is a nuclear process used for determining the concentrations of elements in a vast amount of materials. NAA allows discrete sampling of elements as it disregards the chemical form of a sample, and focuses solely on its nucleus. The method is based on neutron activation and therefore requires a source of neutrons

Neutron star
A neutron star is a type of stellar remnant that can result from the gravitational collapse of a massive star during a Type II, Type Ib or Type Ic supernova event. Such stars are composed almost entirely of neutrons, which are subatomic particles without electrical charge and with a slightly larger mass than protons

Neutropenia, from Latin prefix neutro- and Greek suffix -πενία , is a granulocyte disorder characterized by an abnormally low number of neutrophils, the most important type of white blood cell