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NAK

[nak or ‚en‚ā′kā]
(computer science)

NAK

NAK

(Negative AcKnowledgement) A communications code used to indicate that a message was received in error or that the endpoint is not ready to accept data or simply a "no" response to a query.
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With support from the NACK Network, Committee E56 plans to develop additional education standards, as well as an overarching standard uniting them--all falling under the jurisdiction of the newly formed Subcommittee E56.
Nack, expressed his delight over joining Google and said that now he would get a chance to work on some new projects, adding that he was proud of the impact he has had at Adobe and of the legacy he had left behind, the Cnet reported.
Nack was from a well-known and well-respected local family.
Nack, a 22-year Marine Corps veteran, previously served as Benchmade's sales operations coordinator.
I would like to compliment Sean Nack on his honest and well-written account of his service in Afghanistan (Commentary, Feb.
Ron Semiao, senior vice president of ESPN Original Entertainment, also said: "Bill Nack is one of the most respected and revered sportswriters of all time.
The fifth subcommittee, chaired by Councilmember Katie Nack of Pasadena, Calif.
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Not to give away the ending to his new book, "Ruffian: A Racetrack Romance," but author William Nack writes about how he, as a New York Newsday sports columnist, was covering a Billie Jean King tennis match in July 1975, at the Nassau Coliseum in New York.
After post-processing the data from BC|Commander, NACK generates an HTTP-based report, which allows users to easily analyze BreadCrumb configuration and interconnectivity.
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