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nitro

abbreviation of nitrogen. Usually taken to indicate the presence of an −NO2 radical.

nitro-chalk
a fertilizer in the form of lime or chalk mixed with ammonium nitrate.
nitro compounds
toxins in Astragalus spp. plants which are converted to nitrite in the rumen, and cause nitrite poisoning, and into other toxins causing weakness and paralysis. See also carduus.
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NITROS moves information from stovepipes to enterprise services," said Alphonso Wilcox, NITROS lead at PEO C4I.
NITROS is one of the largest experiments to occur in a Trident Warrior event, despite being a demonstration and not an official program of record.
Data overload has been a problem in recent years with the exponential increase in sensors and systems, and the Sailors who experimented with NITROS were excited about the solutions it offers.
One Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class (IS2) highlighted the ability of NITROS to make it easier to include more METOC data in analysis, something the fleet wants to achieve for more informed decision making.
The most rewarding and meaningful feedback the NITROS team received involved Sailors saying they look forward to having these new capabilities in their regular missions with the fleet.
Glendale High football coach Loi Phan, center, has hired past Nitros players Jaiya Figueras, left, Alvin Santos, right, and Pathon Rucker (not pictured) as assistant coaches.
Phan cleaned out the Glendale coaching staff from last year and replaced them with former Nitro players from 1990-92.
Heather was in bed the last two days with the flu,'' Nitros coach Kris Kohlmeier said.
The Nitros scored their lone run in the third inning, when right fielder Jessica Murauda led off with a single and advanced to second on a sacrifice by Karla Hale.