QNS


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QNS

Abbreviation for quantity not sufficient.

QNS

Quantity not sufficient Lab medicine An abbreviation indicating that the material–eg, blood, urine, submitted for analysis is insufficient for requested test
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KPF's vision shows that the QNS lies within a half-mile of sites with over 129 million square feet of currently unused development rights, allowing growth without zoning changes or increased density.
The method has been used in the extraction and isolation of bisphenol A [33], BZD [32], estrogen [35], NSAIDs [29], QNs [30], SAs [36, 85], and TCs [31] in different matrices such as milk or pork.
CRISIL expects QNS to benefit in the mid-term from its strong customer relationships and the projected growth in the industry.
Amid suggested solutions there are: algebraic description [11], mapping through Queueing Nets (QNs) [8, 18], modeling using both Coloured Petri Nets (CPNs) [12] and Queueing Petri Nets (QPNs) [6, 7].
"Results were amazing; there were no unlabeled or mislabeled samples and no hemolysis, clotted or Quality Not Sufficient (QNS) specimens," Provencal reports.
(36) The same pattern of these texts for girls and boys, respectively, was the practice in Willing ton, Cheshire, in the early years of the last century (Cawte MSS QNS 59-60).
Housed at the State Library is the Queensland Narrating Service (QNS), a nonprofit community organisation providing audio material for people with print disabilities.
The museum is close to other cultural points of interest, including the MoMA QNS, the Museum of African Art and P.S.
Across town--that is, across the river--at MOMA QNS, an exhibition from the Department of Prints and Books, stealing some of the limelight from the mighty Department of Painting and Sculpture, has opened with an ambitious exhibition of another art superstar, eight years Currin's senior.
The Changing of the Avant-Garde: Visionary Architectural Drawings from the Howard Gilman Collection, MoMA QNS, 24 October 2002 - 6 January 2003, www.moma.org
"We're trying to build that relationship and get people to walk through the doors of MoMA QNS."