[man-del-uh] /mænˈdɛl ə/
Nelson (Rolihlahla) [raw-lee-lah-luh] /ˌrɔ liˈlɑ lə/ (Show IPA), 1918–2013, South African black antiapartheid activist: president of South Africa 1994–99.
Nelson (Rolihlahla). born 1918, Black South African statesman: president of South Africa (1994–99). Jailed in 1962 for 5 years and, in 1964, for life, he was released in 1990 after a long international campaign; deputy president of the African National Congress (1990–91) and president (1991–97); elected president of South Africa in 1994; Nobel peace prize jointly with F. W. de Klerk in 1993
(Numzano) Winnie. born 1934, Black South African political activist: campaigned for the release of her husband Nelson Mandela; they divorced in 1996
/ˈnɛlsˌprɔɪt/ noun 1. a city in NE South Africa, the capital of Mpumalanga province on the Crocodile River: trading and agricultural centre, esp for fruit, with a growing tourist trade. Pop: 21 541 (2001)
nem (něm) n. A nutritional unit described as 1 gram of breast milk of specific nutritional components having a caloric value equivalent to 2/3 calorie.
1. National Electrical Manufacturers Association 2. National Emergency Medicine Association
- Nemaline myopathy
nemaline myopathy nem·a·line myopathy (něm’ə-līn’, -lĭn) n. Congenital, nonprogressive muscle weakness most evident in the proximal muscles, with characteristic threadlike rods seen in some muscle cells.