Definitions for "NEC"
a set of rules and regulations plus recommended electrical practices that are put out by the National Fire Protection Association and generally accepted as the building wiring standard in the U.S.
ational lectrical ode—comprehensive listing of practices to protect workers and equipment from electrical hazards such as fire and electrocution
(Japan) Nippon Electric Corp.
Keywords:  enterocolitis
Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Abbreviation for "Not Elsewhere Classified."
Abbreviation for North Equatorial Current.
The detailed line item used to identify expenditures that are Not Elsewhere Classified.
Keywords:  gociateur, acg, courtier, aci, dealer
Broker-dealer (Négociateur Courtier) "NEC" - a legal person trading for its own account and for third parties, consistent with the investment services for which it has been authorized by applicable banking and financial authorities. An NEC must be designated by a ACG or by an ACI with which it has signed a clearing and guarantee agreement.
Keywords:  entercolitis, see
(see Necrotizing Entercolitis)
Keywords:  netzwerk, element, controller
Netzwerk Element Controller
Keywords:  embassy, compound, new
New Embassy Compound
Neighborhood Enterprises Center. An economic development strategy that is based on a peer group lending concept. Small groups of micro-entrepreneurs are able to borrow up to $10,000 and provide each other with a supportive business network through regular group meetings.
an acute inflammatory disease occurring in the intestines of premature infants; necrosis of intestinal tissue may follow
New Entrant Carrier. This term is generally applied to new providers of competitive local exchange telephone services.
Noise exposure category. In terms of planning guidance, when assessing a proposal for residential development near to a source of noise, planning authorities use noise exposure categories to help consider the effects.
Keywords:  element, controller, network
Network Element Controller