NIN


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NIN

Abbreviation for:
National Insurance Number 
National Intervention Network
noninvasive neoplasia
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During 2017-2018, among 12,163 HCV antibody-positive test results from 11,424 clients at NSPs, 2,780 (24.3%) persons were identified by their NIN in the national treatment database, 1,626 (58.5%) of whom received a follow-up diagnostic test for active HCV infection (Figure 2).
Quedo claro que a ambos les Importaba hacer hincapie en ese punto, porque ante una consulta periodistica, Nin insistio: "Vamos al dialogo sin condiciones.
Nin said he would obey the summons and appear in court.
Professor Joost Verhaagen (NIN) explains: "The stealth gene switch is an important step forward towards the development of gene therapy for nerve damage.
Nin's diaries still challenge and astonish today because she was utterly daring.
"Apprenticed to Venus: My Secret Life with Anais Nin" provides an intimate look at the intricacies (and risks) of the female mentor-protege relationship, and presents a series of examples and incidents of Tristine Rainer's deep friendship, for good or ill, with a pivotal historical figure.
Gabriela Mistral, quien se convertiria en Premio Nobel, aprendio a escribir sobre y hacia el deseo masculino imitando al escritor y diplomatico uruguayo Alberto Nin Frias (1878-1937).
The NIN promises much greater speed than the Internet has in Iran, because it is held down by the government, but much less content, and that also greatly restricted by state censors.
Fans of Reznor and NIN began discussing and debating his short tweet immediately, with most arguing it quashed the September single release rumors, while some said it referred to the name of the band's new album, a conjecture most others rubbished.
MONTEVyDEO (CyHAN)- Uruguay expects to promote the signing of a free trade agreement between Mercosur, or the Southern Common Market, and China when Uruguay holds its pro-tempore presidency, Uruguayan Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa was quoted as saying on Saturday.
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The first internal skirmishes took place in August and September, when FA member parties forced Vazquez and his foreign affairs minister, Rodolfo Nin Novoa, to stop negotiating entrance into the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA), an international treaty being pushed by some of the largest US and European service sector corporations (NotiSur, May 1, 2015).