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  • National Exhibition Centre. The largest exhibition space in the United Kingdom.
  • National Executive Committee (of a political party).
  • Nippon Electric Company, Ltd. (renamed to NEC in 1983.) Electronics manufacturer.
  • National Electrical Code: its purpose is the practical safeguarding of persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.


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  • I do believe that Nec 3550 was a Dell drive made my NEC.

    CD Freaks News

  • Now due to sliding decline in handset sales in Japan, Nec and Sharp are revising their strategy and plan to expand overseas. article, NEC hopes to export at least 1 million phones for an average price of $300.

    IntoMobile - Cell Phone News, Information, and Analysis

  • But if NEC is talking about being able to print ten thousand RFID tags for a hundred bucks, then bracket tags could become an easy option.

    Running up that hill

  • NEC, which used to have a majority share in NEC Electronics, now holds a 34% stake in the newly formed entity.

    NEC Posts Profit After Breakup With Chip Unit

  • FINAL RECORD: 11-18, 8-10, tied for eighth in NEC (lost a tournament berth on tiebreaker).

    Northeast Conference

  • NEC is also showing off a small handset with no keyboard – only a touch screen.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • NEC is promising to ship a laptop fuel-cell capable of running for 40h within two years.

    Boing Boing

  • The NEC is updated from time to time, which results in questions about which version of the code is in effect in a given locale.

    building code

  • Hi-Tech said the terms NEC offered were "either impossible or totally unworkable".

    iTnews Australia

  • I called NEC Display for comment on Friday, and a company representative essentially put me on hold until Monday.



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