from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. north-northwest
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- n. Abbreviation of north-northwest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. north northwest; the compass point that is midway between north and northwest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the compass point that is midway between north and northwest
Sorry, no etymologies found.
(As an aside, one fun feature of NNW is that it shows all edits that have been made.
Right now, it's 41F here in Providence, but feels like 32F, when you factor in the 18 mph wind blowing from the NNW.
As both creep westwards, Uranus shifts from 1. 8° due W (right) of Jupiter tonight to lie 0. 8° (less than two Moon-breadths) NNW of Jupiter on the 19th and 1. 4° NE of Jupiter by the month's end.
NNW and FD do have the advantage of easy offline operation, which Google Reader does have with Google Gears, but from my experience this isn't as slick as a desktop app caching pages to the computer.
By 1851, when the family moved to Suvalk (Suwalki — 114 km NNW of Bialystok) in Congress Poland, Markel-Mosessohn had undertaken a rigorous course of Jewish study, with an emphasis on acquisition of Hebraic skills.
NNW like I said, old argument, I'm not going into it
I tried the help file in NNW, but it seems to be for the older 3.1.x version, because it directs me to menu commands that don't exist.
SDreamer: NNW for iPodT/iPhone is continuing, all other mobile-specific apps are going away in deference to GR's mobile web interface critter42
I have a lot of sympathy with NNW comments, those sort of things happen where I work.
There is an article at NNW by Goar on what should/could be done to imporve EI. skuleman Says: