NDE (disambiguation)


NDE (disambiguation)

NDE is an acronym with several meanings:

  • Near-death experience, the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived
    • See also near miss (safety) for a situation where death or other harmful event is averted
  • Nondestructive Examination (also known as "non-destructive testing" or "NDT"), testing that does not destroy the test object
  • Nevada Desert Experience, a movement and an organization dedicated to deep ecology, appreciating the desert, and stopping the spread of nuclearism
  • Non-Destructive Entry, a movement in the UK towards using skill and knowledge rather than a drill or crowbar to gain entry, strongly promoted by the Institute of Certified Locksmiths.
  • No Diplomatic Exchanges - The US State Department uses this acronym to indicate countries with which the US does not engage in diplomacy. Those stated are: Bhutan, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Taiwan. It can be assumed that other secessionist movements could have this acronym.
  • Neo-Darwinian Evolution - Modern evolutionary synthesis
  • WeldOffice NDE, a software product by C-spec for documenting nondestructive examination performed on welds
  • A guarani word

Several American bands have been named Near Death Experience.

  • Near Death Experience (goth rock band) - a band from Los Angeles that was active during the 1990s.
  • Near Death Experience (punk band) - a band from Lawrence, Kansas formed in 1984

Crossover thrash band Cro-Mags have an album called Near Death Experience, released in 1993.


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