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Examples from the Web for nb Contemporary Examples of nb NB: I have to say, you seem much calmer than many other authors with a debut novel out. NB: The details of what really happened are always so intriguing. NB: Prophecy is the key source of mystery and danger in our books. NB: We moved from New York City to Rochester, New York, when I was 2. NB - that's supposed to be former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi flashing the "v" for victory sign in the front seat. Historical Examples of nb British Dictionary definitions for nb Word Origin for NB
Latin: note well
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abbreviation of Latin
nota bene "note well."
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The symbol for the element niobium
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Nb A soft, silvery, ductile metallic element that usually occurs in nature together with the element tantalum. It is used to build nuclear reactors, to make steel alloys, and to allow magnets to conduct electricity with almost no resistance. Atomic number 41; atomic weight 92.906; melting point 2,468°C; boiling point 4,927°C; specific gravity 8.57; valence 2, 3, 5. See Periodic Table.
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abbreviation for the Latin phrase nota bene, meaning “note well.” It is used to emphasize an important point.
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