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suffix meaning "a quality or state of being": illness, painless.

-ness

A suffix meaning a quality or state of being (e.g., illness).
[M.E., fr. O.E.]
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Ness Digital Engineering is a portfolio company of The Rohatyn Group.
This wasn't the first Loch Ness sighting in recent months.
The discs and the watch were later recovered from an address in Barry where Ness sent police following his arrest and were safely returned.
The Rock Ness festival was held at Dores on the banks of Loch Ness between 2006 and 2013.
She again repeated that she approached the police to lodge a FIR against Ness not with an intention to harm him, but out of fear for her own safety.
There are literally hundreds of heroic law enforcement officials'' who would be deserving of the honor, "but Eliot Ness is simply not one of them,'' said Ed Burke, who hopes the senators will abandon the proposal much the way the council formally cleared Mrs.
Sperry Van Ness International Corporation, a commercial real estate brokerage franchisor, is one of commercial real estate's most recognizable brands, based on the annual Lipsey Survey.
Ness' clients rely on our full range of engineering services to add value to their development lifecycles and improve their overall engineering effectiveness," said Joe Lagioia, president, Ness Software Engineering Services.
Ness helped source a gun while Moat was in prison, spied on Ms Stobbart for him and helped research the identity of her new lover on the internet.
A plea by Ness that his sentence was "x excessive" was rejected by the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, sitting with Mr Justice Sweeney and Mr Justice Singh.
Social media features in the update include: Thank You Notes, allowing users to show friends appreciation for their recommendations in Ness; the ability to share restaurant reviews on Facebook; personalised home screen; and smart invite function, which suggests a list of friends to invite to Ness who would enjoy the app the most.
Against Celtic, Ness looked totally unfazed despite the team playing so poorly.