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NPT

abbreviation for nocturnal penile tumescence.

NPT

Abbreviation for:
nasal provocation test
near patient testing 
neomycin phosphotransferase
Neuropsychiatry Technician
nocturnal penile tumescence, see there
nonpyramidal tract
normal pressure and temperature

NPT

normal pressure and temperature; nocturnal penile tumescence.
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And he calls for working toward closing the loopholes in the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty that allows countries like Iran to get as far as they have in developing nuclear capability legally--a smart idea worth another book on its own.
The Bush administration has argued that Iran should be declared in violation of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty -a move that would lead to UN Security Council involvement and possible sanctions.
Each year the future of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) regime becomes more uncertain.
The challenge the North poses is self-evident: its pursuit of nuclear weapons which we know has gone on for many years flouts the global nuclear non-proliferation regime established by the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT).
Dictator Kim Jong-Il expelled two UN weapons inspectors last week and yesterday officials said the regime could not honour its commitments under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty because of US pressure.
The North Koreans signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), prohibiting the acquisition of nuclear weapons and requiring International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspections.
Japan demands India sign the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
Allegations have arisen that the Chinese government funneled contributions to the 1996 Clinton-Gore campaign just as the administration refused to enforce sanctions against Beijing for its human rights offenses and its violations of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty.
In May and June of 1994, North Korea refused to allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency to visit its nuclear facilities, as required by the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which North Korea had signed.
The inspections are part of the United States' commitment to Article VI of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty that was entered into by the United States in 1970.
Nuclear states "should implement their obligations under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT)," Egypt stated at the Vienna conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Thursday.

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