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net national product

The gross national product of a country minus the value of coal and/or crude petroleum extracted and timber logged.
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Una mejora en la PCL puede ser inducida en animales que siendo suplementados aumenten el consumo energetico [64], sin embargo la PVL estimada a partir de la excrecion de nitrogeno ureico fue similar con promedios de 1,98 y 2,10% (NNP-DR y NNP-DC, respectivamente), lo que puede indicar que la diferencia entre tratamientos para la PCL puede ser debida a un aumento en la fraccion de NNP de la leche.
The United States also worked with the NNP academy to create a distance learning program to provide police training to officers around the country, which earned praise from the police leadership.
In the aftermath of the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED 1987), this is now an important item to investigate whether the concept of NNP can serve as an indicator of sustainability.
There is also an expectation that members of the Clinical Support Team will be called upon to provide both direct and indirect supervision to the NNP candidate while they acquire new clinical skills and this will depend on the context of practice.
In August 1989, Prime Minister Blaize broke with the NNP to form another new party, The National Party (TNP), from the ranks of the NNP.
Patricia (Pat) Johnson, DNP, MPH, RN, NNP, was recently appointed to the Director of Membership on the AzNA Board of Directors.
The NNP is the successor to the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP), which was launched in 1994.
Os caracteres APM, APV, NNP, NRP e NVP, avaliados em cada experimento, foram submetidos a analise de variancia e teste F a 5% de significancia segundo o delineamento em blocos completos ao acaso com amostragem nas parcelas.
The expression identified above with (1) will match a word tagged with any of FW, NN, NNS, NNP, or NNPS.
The ChefsBest Award reinforces our promise to provide high quality great-tasting products," says Kate Jones, vice president of NNP.
Randy Claxton, RN, MS, NNP, CCRN, who serves as the chief military consultant to the Air Force Surgeon General for NICU nursing, wrote an article titled "Sky's the Limit: Certification: Get It Now," which appeared in the December 2006 issue of Men in Nursing.