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a system of names used in an art or a science  (the nomenclature of mineralogy); the procedure of assigning names to the kinds and groups of organisms listed in a taxonomic classification

an extreme form of skepticism that denies all existence; a doctrine holding that all values are baseless and that nothing can be known or communicated; rejection of all distinctions in moral or religious value and a willingness to repudiate all previous theories of morality or religious belief

not significant or important enough to be worth considering; trifling

Nebuchadnezzar II, B.C.E. 630?-562, King of Babylonia (605-562) who captured (597) and destroyed (586) Jerusalem and carried the Israelites into captivity in Babylonia

knowledge of nerves and the nervous system; deals with the nervous system and disorders affecting it
neurologic or neurological.adjective

seeming to be coolly unconcerned or indifferent; cool
casual; unconcerned; doesn't get rattled easily 

Newton, Sir Isaac.1642-1727. English mathematician and scientist who invented differential calculus and formulated the theories of universal gravitation, terrestrial mechanics and color. His treatise on gravitation, presented in.Principia Mathematica.(1687), was supposedly inspired by the sight of a falling apple

offensive to the point of arousing disgust; foul (a noisome odor); harmful or dangerous (noisome fumes); compare noxious
noisomeness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

insipid and sentimental; lacking vigor or decisiveness; spineless
one that is insipid, sentimental or weak

narrate, narrated, narrating, narrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to tell (a story, for example) in speech or writing; to give an account of (events, for example); describe
intransitive verb use.to give an account or a description; to supply a running commentary for a movie or performance
narrator or narrater.nouns,.plural.narrators or narraters.

the act, process or an instance of narrating; narrated material

a narrated account (a contrived way of negative thinking, evil satanically influenced people, hungry for control, try to force others into accepting, such as the covid narrative); a way of manipulatively presenting a situation or series of events that reflects and promotes a particular point of view or set of values, also called propaganda; the art, technique or process of narrating; a story (how would you tell a story? what's a framework you could use?)
consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story: narrative poetry; of or relating to narration.(narrative skill)

a recess in a wall, as for holding a statue or an urn; a cranny, hollow or crevice, as in rock; a situation or an activity specially suited to a person's interests, abilities or nature (found her niche in life); a special area of demand for a product or service (some specialized computer operating systems have developed a niche market)
niche, niched, niching, niches.transitive verbs
to place in a niche

nirvana.noun.from Buddhism
the ineffable.ultimate in which one has attained disinterested wisdom and compassion; Hinduism.-.emancipation from ignorance and the extinction of all attachment; an ideal condition of rest, harmony, stability or joy

of little or no importance; trifling; having no force; invalid; vain

the study of the interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine glands and their secretions (how brain chemicals work)

Nobel Prize.noun,.plural.Nobel Prizes
any of the six international prizes awarded annually by the Nobel Foundation for outstanding achievements in the fields of physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and economics and for the promotion of world peace; funded by the will of Alfred Nobel
Nobel, Alfred Bernhard (1833-96), Swedish chemist, inventor and philanthropist, born in Stockholm. After receiving an education in Saint Petersburg, Russia and in the United States, where he studied mechanical engineering, he returned to St. Petersburg to work under his father, developing mines, torpedoes and other explosives. In a family owned factory in Heleneborg, Sweden, he sought to develop a safe way to handle nitroglycerin, after a factory explosion in 1864 killed his younger brother and four other people. In 1867 Nobel achieved his goal; by using an organic packing material to reduce the volatility of the nitroglycerin, he produced what he called dynamite. He later produced ballistite, one of the first smokeless powders. At the time of his death he controlled factories for the manufacture of explosives in many parts of the world. His will provided that the major portion of his $9 million estate be set up as a fund to establish yearly prizes for merit in physics, chemistry, medicine and physiology, literature and world peace..From Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Nero.37-68 A.D., Emperor of Rome from a crackpot family that was highly demon influenced. In 54-68, Nero's early reign was dominated by his mother Agrippina the Younger (great granddaughter of Emperor Augustus), who murdered her second husband Claudius Caesar.
Nero was declared Emperor at 17 years old. In 59 A.D. Nero had his mother murdered for her criticism of his mistress Poppaea. In 62 he divorced and later executed Octavia his wife and married Poppaea Sabina whom he subsequently kicked to death. He then married Statilia Messalina after executing her husband.

Throughout his first five years as Emperor he relied on the counsel of Burrus who soon died, possibly poisoned. Nero had his rival Britannicus poisoned and he may have set the Great Fire of Rome (64 A.D.). He was a demon appearing human.

His cruelty and irresponsibility provoked widespread revolts, which led to, in 68, the Gallic and Spanish legions, along with the Praetorian Guards, rising against him, due to him being declared a public enemy by the Senate. He fled Rome and his death was deemed suicide on June 9, 68 A.D.

Nantes a city of western France on the Loire River west of Tours. Dating to pre Roman times, it was captured by Norse raiders in the ninth century and later fell to the dukes of Brittany. The Edict of Nantes, granting limited religious and civil liberties to the Huguenots, was issued in 1598 by Henry IV of France and revoked in 1685 by Louis XIV. Population, 240,539. See.Fox's Book of Martyr's.for details.

negotiate, negotiated, negotiating, negotiates.verbs
transitive verb use.to succeed in accomplishing or managing (negotiated through life well so far, being successful with the knowledge he applied); to arrange or settle by discussion and mutual agreement (negotiate an agreement); to transfer title to or ownership of (a promissory note, for example) to another party by delivery or by delivery and endorsement in return for value received; to succeed in going over or coping with (negotiate a sharp curve)
intransitive verb use.to confer with another or others in order to come to terms or reach an agreement ("It is difficult to negotiate where neither will trust." ...Samuel Johnson, writer)
the act or process of negotiating

conforming with, adhering to or constituting a norm, standard, pattern, level or type; typical (normal room temperature; one's normal weight; normally we do productive things); functioning or occurring in a natural way; not deviating from what is common, usual or to be expected (normal body temperature; normal curiosity; normal human interactions); regular (her regular bedtime; regular attendance at physics class); natural (it's natural for some people to not fear heights; a grandparent's natural affection for a grandchild); typical (a painting typical of the Middle Ages); lacking observable abnormalities.or deficiencies; free from emotional.disorder.causing.aberrant actions
something normal; the standard (scored close to the normal); the usual or expected.state, form, amount or degree; an average

a standard, model or pattern regarded as typical

the state or fact of being normal; normalcy

normalize, normalized, normalizing, normalizes.transitive verbs
to make normal, especially to cause to conform to a standard or norm (normalize a patient's temperature); when you normalize a situation or when it normalizes, it becomes normal (meditation.tends to lower or normalize blood pressure; normalizing relations with old enemies)

normal school.noun,.plural.normal schools
a school that trains teachers, chiefly for the elementary grades, so called because the first school so named was intended as a model

the act of noting or observing; perception or attention (that detail captured my notice); a written or printed announcement (a notice of sale); an announcement, notification (give one's employer two weeks notice); raised the price without notice
notice, noticed, noticing, notices.transitive verbs
to take notice of; observe (noticed the Sun's pattern); see; to perceive with the mind; detect
evident; observable (noticeable changes in temperature; a noticeable increase in friendliness); worthy of notice; significant

note, noted, noting, notes.transitive verbs
to see (to take not of the sunrise); to notice (noted the distinguishing.features of the countryside); to make a note of; write down (noted the time of arrival); to show; indicate.(a reporter who is careful to note sources of information); in.music, a tone of definite.pitch; a symbol for such a tone, indicating pitch by its position on the staff and duration by its shape; a key of an instrument, such as a piano
duly noted.transitive verb
to put one's attention on something; to take notice of; to observe carefully
take notice of.or.take note.phrasal verb
to observe or treat with special attention; to take note of
a brief record, especially one written down to aid the memory (took notes on what he was learning); a brief informal letter; a promissory note

noteworthy, noteworthier, noteworthiest.adjectives
deserving notice or attention; notable (a noteworthy advance in free energy)

worthy of note or notice; take note of; remarkable.(notable beauty; sled dogs that are notable for their stamina); characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent.(notable citizens); noted; someone or something that is notable is of distinction, is important and interesting
a person of distinction or great reputation; celebrity
a system of figures or symbols used in a specialized.field to represent numbers, quantities, tones as in music or values (musical notation); the act or process of using.such a system; a brief.note; an annotation (notations written in the margin)

a congenital growth or mark on the skin, such as a mole or birthmark

a material that conducts little or no electricity, heat or sound; a dielectric

nimble, nimbler,nimblest.adjectives
quick, light or agile in movement or action; deft (nimble fingers); quick, clever and acute in devising or overstanding (nimble wits)