7-mile race takes place in the Green Mountains of the Northeast Kingdom.
What does NEK stand for?
NEK stands for Northeast Kingdom (Vermont)
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We have 4 other meanings of NEK in our Acronym Attic
- New England Journal of Medicine
- New England Journal of Public Policy (University of Massachusetts)
- Northern Europe Jazz Quartet
- Near Eastern and Judaic Studies
- New England Journal of Skepticism (est. 1998)
- New England Java Users Group
- Natsionalna Elektricheska Kompania (Bulgarian: National Electric Company; Bulgaria)
- Nordisk Embedsmandskomité for Konsumentspørgsmål (Danish: Nordic Senior Officials Cooperation Committee on Consumer Questions)
- Normal Human Epidermal Keratinocyte (cancer research)
- Norsk Electroteknisk Komite
- Nuklearna Elektrarna Krško (Slovenian: Krško Nuclear Power Plant; Krško, Slovenia)
- Never in Mitosis Gene A-related Kinase 1
- Nederlandse Kaiser-Frazer
- Northeast Kansas
- New Education Knowledge Alert Service (Hong Kong)
- National Electric Kart Championship (India)
- National Electronic Keyboard Courses (UK)
- New England Kart Center (Spofford, NH)
- North East Kitesurf Club (UK)
- Northeast Kansas City (Kansas City, MO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This once-sleepy ski mountain in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom has become a magnet for foreign investment.
Johnsbury Academy in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
Over the last three or four years, I've started working more and more with foresters," says Mike Guyer, a young logger from Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
Likewise, some years back police descended upon the Northeast Kingdom Community, a Christian commune in Island Pond, Vermont, with a long history of cordial relations with the town.
In addition, Willoughby River spawning steelhead now provides a great, if short-lived, spring fishery in the Northeast Kingdom around the Village of Orleans.