NRE


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NRE

Abbreviation for:
negative regulatory element
non-recurring expenditure  
norepinephrine
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False and misleading forensic evidence is defined by the NRE as: "The exoneree's conviction was based at least in part on forensic information that was (1) caused by errors in forensic testing, (2) based on unreliable or unproven methods, (3) expressed with exaggerated and misleading confidence, or (4) fraudulent." Bromgard was placed at the scene of the crime by the exaggerated claims of a forensic specialist who cited a statistically inaccurate DNA matching standard for hair found at the crime scene.
(80) These cases represented nearly a quarter of the white women in the NRE (20 of 82, or 24.4%).
No fixed tooling is required, but NRE is required to create the programs.
The following nitrogen agronomic efficiency (NAE) and nitrogen recovery efficiency (NRE) were determined for each treatment (Cassman et al.
NRE is positioned to be one of Japan's largest independent solar generation utilities, with experienced local engineering, design, development and project management staff located in Tokyo.
An NRE account is an external savings bank account for NRIs.
For NRE fixed deposits between three and five years, the interest rate has been revised to 9.50 per cent from 8.75 per cent and for tenures between 5-10 years the interest rate has been revised to 9.25 per cent from 8.50 per cent.
In pilot study NRE in single daily dose reduced blood sugar levels but they were not significant.
The three most common measures of NUE are agronomic N use efficiency (ANUE), N recovery efficiency (NRE) and physiological N use efficiency (PNUE) [21].
National Rail Enquiries (NRE) has announced new upgrades for its mobile website and smartphone app, allowing its customers to access the website even faster.
The most thorough record of the successes of the exoneration movement is the National Registry of Exonerations (NRE; http://exoneration registry.org).
This is Phase One of the Northern Rail Extension (NRE).