Definitions for "NES"
An acronym meaning Nintendo Entertainment System. This is in regards to Nintendo\'s 1st home console released in America.
Nintendo Entertainment System. This is the home video game console on which Mega Man debuted.
Nintendo Entertainment System. This was the Nintendo's first and most successful video games console to date and it is estimated that more than 50 million NES consoles have been sold world-wide. The machine is based on 8 bit technology but represented a true leap in technology when introduced in 1985. The NES was superseded by the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) in 1990 and is no longer made or supplied.
Not Elsewhere Specified. This abbreviation, "nes," appears frequently in classifications, of goods and of industries for example, to encompass all other items in a category that have not been included explicitly.
National Election Studies (NES) conducts national surveys of the American electorate in presidential and midterm election years and carries out research and development work through pilot studies in odd-numbered years.
The department of GSUSA which sells Girl Scout clothing and equipment to retail outlets. NES publishes a merchandise catalogue once a year.
Keywords:  scotland, nhs, education, national
NHS Education for Scotland.
National Education for Scotland
Numerical Engineering Society Normalair-Garrett
Naval Engineering Standards.
Keywords:  nashville, electric, service
Nashville Electric Service
Non English Speaker
non-emulsifying surfactant
Customs and Excise's new export system, introduced in 2002.
Keywords:  evaluation, national, service
National Evaluation Services
National Evaluation Service
Keywords:  born
(F), born.
Keywords:  survey, earnings, new
New Earnings Survey