A naval engineer, Larayedh spent 15 years in jail under Ben Ali.
What does NE stand for?
NE stands for Naval Engineer
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 35 other meanings of NE in our Acronym Attic
- No Discharge Zones (body of water in which discharge of boat sewage is prohibited)
- No Drama Zone
- Nederlands Dames Zitvolleybal Team
- Nach Elfmeterschießen (German soccer)
- Naked Empire (Terry Goodkind book)
- Nash Equilibrium (game theory)
- National Education
- National Enquirer
- Natural England (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Judges are also probing claims that a 2002 bombing in Karachi that killed 11 French naval engineers was carried out by Pakistani agents in revenge for the cancellation of bribes secretly promised to officials.
Werner Hoyt, also a naval engineer, submitted samples of toxic paint from the Adelaide to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal as evidence.
Naval engineers discovered the damage to the hull of the two vessels during routine maintenance.
A sampling shows him writing to Patrick Henry in 1779 about the treatment of prisoners, to James Madison in 1793 that a declaration of neutrality is a declaration there should be no war, and to Robert Fulton in 1807 admitting that the country needed a corps of naval engineers.
Byline: Mark Radford Alvis: The Story of the Red Triangle, by Kenneth Day (Haynes Publishing, pounds 45) NAVAL engineer Thomas John founded an engineering company in Coventry in 1919.
Turning down his once-in-a-lifetime job offer, he also declined joining the Navy to become simply a naval engineer.