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NED

Abbreviation for:
neuroectodermal dysplasia
neuroendocrine differentiation
no effort detected
no evidence of disease
non-executive director
normal equivalent deviation

NED

No evidence of disease
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For a number of years nothing could have induced her to believe that Ned Currie would not in the end return to her.
Alice did not blame Ned Currie for what had hap- pened in the moonlight in the field, but felt that she could never marry another man.
The trick of saving money, begun for a purpose, was carried on after the scheme of going to the city to find Ned Currie had been given up.
I was going to say," remarked Ned with a smile, "that you were coming it rather strong on the school-book stuff.
Oh, it's all plainly written down there," and Tom waved toward the magazine at which Ned was looking.
Your financial affairs are all right, Tom," said Ned.
Now, what was Ned Land's opinion upon the question of the marine monster?
Seated on the poop, Ned Land and I were chatting of one thing and another as we looked at this mysterious sea, whose great depths had up to this time been inaccessible to the eye of man.
We must make proper inquiries into his statements, in justice to him as well as to ourselves, and if they are confirmed--as I feel assured they will be--we must assist him, we must assist him, brother Ned.
But hear this first--hear this first, brother Ned,' said the old man, hastily, placing two chairs, one on each side of Nicholas:
For his manner of doing so, I give you my honour, Ned, I am not accountable,' said his father.
A ride of twenty-five or thirty miles, through miry roads--a Maypole dinner--a tete-a-tete with Haredale, which, vanity apart, was quite a Valentine and Orson business--a Maypole bed--a Maypole landlord, and a Maypole retinue of idiots and centaurs;--whether the voluntary endurance of these things looks like indifference, dear Ned, or like the excessive anxiety, and devotion, and all that sort of thing, of a parent, you shall determine for yourself.