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Netherlands.or.Holland.(map)
a country of northwest Europe on the North Sea. Inhabited by Germanic.tribes during Roman times, the region passed to the Franks (4th-8th century), the Holy Roman Empire (10th century), the dukes of Burgundy (14th-15th century) and then to the house of Hapsburg. The northern part of the region formed the Union of Utrecht in 1579 and achieved its independence as the United Provinces in 1648 after the Thirty Years' War. In the 17th century the country enjoyed great commercial prosperity and expanded its territories in the East and West Indies and elsewhere, although it lost this supremacy to Great Britain and France in the 18th century. The kingdom of the Netherlands, proclaimed at the Congress of Vienna (1814-1815), included Belgium until 1830. Amsterdam is the constitutional capital and the largest city; The Hague is the seat of government. Population, 14,394,600. Netherlandish.adjective

neigh.noun,.plural.neighs
the long, high-pitched sound made by a horse
neigh, neighed, neighing, neighs.intransitive verbs
to utter the characteristic sound of a horse; whinny

Johnny Von Neumann, 1903-1957
Hungarian-born American mathematician noted for his contributions to game theory and quantum theory

nostril.noun,.plural.nostrils
either of the external openings of the nose; from Middle English 'nostrille' and from Old English 'nosthyrl', 'nosu' meaning 'nose'

nose.noun,.plural.noses
the part of the human face or the forward part of the head of other vertebrates that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract
keep your nose to the grindstone.idiom

norepinephrine.noun,.plural.norepinephrines
also called noradrenalin; a substance, chemical name C8H11NO3, that is both a hormone and neurotransmitter, secreted by the adrenal medulla and the nerve endings of the sympathetic nervous system to cause vasoconstriction and increases in heart rate, blood pressure and the sugar level of the blood

nape.noun,.plural.napes
the back of the neck

narcolepsy.noun,.plural.narcolepsies
a disorder.characterized by sudden and uncontrollable, though.often.brief, periods of deep sleep
narcoleptic.adjective

nightgown.noun,.plural.nightgowns
a loose garment worn in bed by women and girls; also called nightdress

nudge, nudged, nudging, nudges.transitive verbs
to gently push against in order to get the attention of someone close to you; to come close to; near (the temperature in the Fall, slowly nudges downward)
nudge.noun,.plural.nudges
a gentle push
nudger.noun,.plural.nudgers

nonliteral.adjective
not literal; using figures of speech; figurative.language

Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov, born April 22, 1899, St. Petersburg, Russia. Died July 2, 1977, Montreux, Switzerland
He was a Russian born American novelist and critic and wrote in both Russian and English. He had great affection for his father. His autobiography Speak, Memory has a revised version, 1967. He wrote many novels and plays. A quote of his.
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