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NB, Nb, or nb may refer to:
- Abbreviation for nota bene, a Latin expression meaning "note well"
- Abbreviation for not bad or northbound
- New Brunswick, a province of Canada
- North Britain, a historical term for Scotland
- New Baltimore (disambiguation), several towns
- New Britain (disambiguation), several places
- Northern Beaches, in Sydney, Australia
- N.B. (album), an album by Natasha Bedingfield
- "New Born", a song by the British band Muse
- Nickname of Niko Bellic, a fictional character in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV
- NB (television show), a Scottish TV programme presented by Janice Forsyth, Bryan Burnett and Alan Campbell
- Nathan Barley, a 2005 British sitcom written by Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris for Channel 4
Science and technology
- Symbol for the chemical element Niobium
- Notebook, laptop computer
- Netbook, a type of laptop computer
- NetBeans, an integrated development environment created by Sun Microsystems
- Naive Bayes classifier, a simple probabilistic classifier in statistics
- Nominal Bore, a frequently used interchangeable term for Nominal Pipe Size (NPS)
- Northbridge (computing), a component on a computer motherboard
- Neuroblastoma, the most common solid extracranial tumor in children and infants
- New Balance, a shoe company
- Nigerian Breweries, a beverage company based in Nigeria
- Narrowboat, a particular size of water vessel found on English canals
- The ISO 639-1 abbreviation for the Bokmål written form of the Norwegian language
- 牛B (niúbī), a common word in Mandarin Chinese profanity
- nb, a common abbreviation for the Romanian 'Good night' [Noapte Buna]
- NBA (disambiguation)
- NBC (disambiguation)
- NBM (disambiguation)
- NBS (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "NB"
- All pages with titles containing "NB"
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