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NET

Abbreviation for norepinephrine transporter.

NET

Abbreviation for:
nerve excitability test
neuroendocrine tumour
new and emerging technologies 
non-equilibrium thermodynamics

net·work

(net'wŏrk)
1. A structure bearing a resemblance to a woven fabric. A network of nerve fibers or small vessels.
Synonym(s): rete (1) [TA] , net.
2. The people in a patient's environment, especially as significant for the course of the illness.
See also: reticulum

net, nett

the correct amount; not subject to further deductions; the amount remaining after all deductions have been made.

net calf crop
calves surviving until weaning.
net energy
energy available to the ingester for metabolic purposes. See also metabolizable energy.
net profit
gross income less all costs incurred by the enterprise.
net worth statement
balance sheet.

Patient discussion about NET

Q. where is the greatest data base of Fibromyalgia over the net? do someone know the address ? will i find all my answers there ? is it like here where you can chat with other patient ?

A. i looked for information about Fibromyalgia all around the web and the best site gathering reliable information on it is:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/fibromyalgia.html

gives you every web page about it and with a quality stamp :)


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The CEO who neglects to attend to the Internet's impact or, worse, takes a wait-and-see attitude in hopes of the Net becoming something like a traditional business medium - relatively stable and manageable, long- or even short-term - does so at his company's peril.
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When multiple years are closed out together and there are both overpayment and underpayment years, the IRS will generally offset the overpayment years against the underpayment years and issue a bill or refund for only the net amount.
The court held that, where the taxpayer's liability was fully paid, there was no "outstanding liability" against which to net a subsequently determined overpayment.