NED


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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
References in classic literature ?
"That is just what deceives you, Professor," replied Ned. "As a whaler I have followed many a cetacean, harpooned a great number, and killed several; but, however strong or well-armed they may have been, neither their tails nor their weapons would have been able even to scratch the iron plates of a steamer."
"But, Ned, they tell of ships which the teeth of the narwhal have pierced through and through."
"Well, Ned, I repeat it with a conviction resting on the logic of facts.
"And why this powerful organisation?" demanded Ned.
"Never mind about dates," again interrupted Ned. "Get down to brass tacks.
"That's it, Ned. It has great value not only from the amount of pure gold that is in it, but as an antique.
Ned. That is if you're through telling me about my affairs," for Ned, who had formerly worked in the Shopton bank, had recently been made general financial man- ager of the interests of Tom and his father.
Then I should say, Ned, that as nearly as I remember, its skirts vanished from human knowledge, about eighteen or nineteen years ago.
A son, Ned, unless he is old enough to be a companion--that is to say, unless he is some two or three and twenty--is not the kind of thing to have about one.
'No you don't, Ned,' said his father coolly; 'you are mistaken, I assure you.
"Of course I will not let him make a practice of being with me, but if he comes to see me once in a long time there can be no harm in that," she told herself, still determined in her loyalty to Ned Currie.
Although she sometimes thought of Ned Currie, she no longer depended on him.