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NEC

abbreviation for necrotizing enterocolitis.

NEC

Abbreviation for:
necrotising enterocolitis
necrosis
neuroendocrine carcinoma
neuroendocrine cell
nonesterified cholesterol
not elsewhere classified 
Nursing Ethics Committee

NEC

Symbol for
2. Nonesterified cholesterol.

Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)

A disorder in newborns caused by bacterial or viral invasion of vulnerable intestinal tissues.
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2 percent, to 319 yen, and high-tech glass products manufacturer Nippon Electric Glass rose 15 yen, or 1.
Quotient will be based at an existing building at Trident Park, formerly occupied by Nippon Electric Glass, in Cardiff Bay.
PMG Estates purchased the site offOcean Way in Cardiff in March 2006 from Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) and the site represents one of the largest industrial facilities to be brought to market in South Wales in the last decade.
Also reporting Wednesday was Nippon Electric Glass, which saw a 25.
83 billion yen for the first increase in three months, the Nippon Electric Big-Store Association said Friday in a preliminary report.
A move to Trident Park, on the former Nippon Electric Glass factory site, would have helped it achieve that.
PMG purchased the site in Cardiff Bay in March 2006 from Japanese-owned Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) and the site represents one of the largest industrial facilities to be brought to market in South Wales in the last decade.
Nippon Electric Glass rose 149 yen, or nearly 11 percent, to 1,515 yen after the cathode-ray tube glass bulb maker projected Monday that its sales in the April-June quarter of fiscal 2008 ending in March next year are likely to rise 15 to 20 percent from a year earlier.
26 billion yen for the second straight monthly decline, the Nippon Electric Big-Store Association said Tuesday in a preliminary report.
As the production of glass substrate requires sophisticated technologies, only four companies, namely, US-based Corning, Japan-based AGC, Nippon Electric Glass and AvanStrate, can make the product.
I AM frankly appalled at plans to site a giant incinerator at the former Nippon Electric Glass site just off Ocean Way.
Notable decliners included Nippon Electric Glass, which suffered a 15 percent plunge in the wake of its disappointing earnings announcement the previous day.