His personal life was tainted with the shine of his star status but, I believe, via his passing the public will put to one side the negative components of his story to celebrate an artist who has undeniably helped to forge what we think popular music is.
What does N1 stand for?
N1 stands for Negative Component (neurological research wavelength label)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of N1
- Night and Weekend (Minutes, Virgin Mobile USA)
- North West
- Not Working
- Narrowband/Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (overlaid)
- Nitrogen to Phosphorous Ratio
- Nuclear to Plasma Ratio
- Never Negotiate (Counter-Strike clan)
- [not an acronym] Newbie (hackish)
- Engine Fan Speed in RPM
- Engine Low-Pressure Rotor Speed (Gas Generator Rpm)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The negative component therefore embeds a positive story.
On the other hand, however, the determination that her actions have been "successful" is only made in retrospect, if recognized at all, while the negative components of her intervention are unavoidable and immediate.
The students must either adopt the perspective of the school, at the risk of developing a negative component to his or her cultural identity, or else resist these externally imposed activities and meanings, at the risk of becoming alienated from the school.
Commercial sales, one of the negative components, were affected by the growing concern on food safety following the series of discoveries of mad cow diseases in Japan.
Measures that conceptualize parental involvement as consisting of distinct positive and negative components maybe more likely to reveal relationships between parental emotional involvement and children's cognitive competence.