NMAS


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NMAS

Abbreviation for:
National Messaging Assurance Service
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To investigate the different assumptions regarding the potential relationship between time and treatment effect, Bayesian NMAs were repeated using the absolute change of the BMD at the 12-month follow-up period.
The artifact inventory (Table 1) by Diana Baird (5) shows that wood remains represent the greater part of the recovered objects (96 items), followed by leather (31 items), ceramic (14 items), and metal (10 items) (NMAS, 1983: 19).
Se trata de las Especificaciones Topograficas (IPGH, 1978) que, en lo relativo al control posicional, se alinean en su filosofia con metodo NMAS (USBB, 1947), que era el estandar mas aplicado internacionalmente en esa epoca.
Therefore, we integrated currently available RCT evidence for competing interventions by performing NMAs to obtain comparative effectiveness estimates of tofacitinib relative to all biologics licensed or seeking approval for RA treatment.
In swisstopo maps at the scale of 1:50,000 (but also in maps of the same scale of other NMAs), roundabouts are not collapsed but shown as complete objects (constraint H5).
(95) In the NMAS, mediators are not referred to as neutral third parties but "must conduct the dispute resolution process in an impartial manner and adhere to ethical standards of practice." (96) Impartiality is described as "freedom from favoritism or bias," (97) and focuses on conflicts of interest and the need for the mediator to disclose circumstances that may result in conflicts of interest.
(2) The NMAS states that "for maps on publication scales larger than 1:20,000, not more than ten percent of the points tested shall be in error by more than 1/30 inch, measured on the publication scale; for maps on publication scales of 1:20,000 or smaller, 1/50 inch" (USGS 1947).
The first hypothesis, that scores on the NMAS would correlate positively with scores on the FIS, was supported (r = .70, p < .01).
Currently the WMA has more than 100 member national medical associations (NMAs), making it even more difficult than ever to reach agreement on medical ethics due to various state of affairs, different cultures, and religious issues among NMAs.
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In the first stage of this effort, formally known as the Action Plan for Enhancing Interoperability (APEI), key NATO defense planning committees and the NATO military authorities (NMAs) completed a questionnaire on the current and projected state of interoperability within their areas of responsibility.