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NES

Abbreviation for:
National Enhanced Service, see there
neurological evaluation scale
neuroendocrine syndrome
NHS Education for Scotland
non-epileptic seizure
nuclear export sequence
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It is not surprising that these fake NES mini consoles get patronized by Nintendo fans though.
As of 31 December 2016, NES had approximately USD 900m of fleet at original equipment cost.
Needless to say, I agree with the NES all the more since my colleague GE[micro]kce Uysal from BahceE-ehir University Center for Economic and Social Research (BETAM) and I are among the academics who participated in the preparation of the NES.
Need for Cognition was associated with the NES scale, analyzing their correlation results and moderating effect.
Kath said: "I don't think I would have had the confidence to set up in business without the NES course.
Because, the NES decision about the LLC fee is now final, it is possible to take action on claims for refund filed by LLCs that had no income attributable to activities in California.
Mark Dunn, pictured, from Low Fell, Gateshead said: "The NES Programme has been a massive help.
NES was first described in 1955 by Albert Stunkard, MD, and colleagues as an eating disorder affecting the obese.
Homemaker NEs versus non-HE Homemakers: Education and Household Income
NES has seen a rise in year-over-year rental rates: a 6 percent to 8 percent increase in the second quarter 2004 versus the same period in 2003.
NES exists to make ordinary people's business dreams become reality.