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Access Line: A telephone line reaching from the telephone company central office to a point on a private premise. Usually equates to one customer line.
Non-Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM): Any type of memory that is made non-volatile by connecting it to a constant power source, such as a battery. Therefore, non-volatile memory does not lose its contents when the main power is . . . View Full Definition
Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA): A method of configuring a cluster of microprocessor in a multiprocessing system so that they can communicate with each other, this improves performance and its expansion ability.
Nodal Line: A line in an oscillating body of water along which there is a minimum or zero rise and fall of the tide.
Necessary Line: The imaginary line the offense must cross to achieve a new first down.
Nonlinear Editing (NLE): Editing performed on a computer, in which shots do not have to be placed one after the other (i.e., in a linear fashion).
Offline Connection: When a passenger changes air carriers on their route to their destination.
Nutrition Guidelines: Federal guidelines established for meals served in child nutrition meal service programs governing the types of foods and nutrient content required in order to be eligible for reimbursement.
Noradrenaline: Also known as norepinephrine. A chemical involved in the transmission of nerve impulses.
Mortgage Pipeline Risk: The risk associated with taking applications from prospective mortgage borrowers who may opt to decline to accept a quoted mortgage rate within a certain grace period.
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Malty: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of aldehydes and ketones that produces sensations reminiscent of toasted grains.