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Sn

 
tin (L. stan´num).

SN

Abbreviation for student nurse.

Sn

Symbol for tin.

Sn

tin (L. stan´num ).

Sn

symbol for the element tin.

SN

Abbreviation for:
saphenous nerve
sciatic nerve
scrub nurse
sebaceous nevus
second neoplasm
sensorineural
sensory neurone
sentinel (lymph) node
seronegative
serum neutralisation
silver nitrate
Sin Nombre
sinus node
sodium nitrate
solitary nucleus
spinal nerve
splanchnic nerve
spontaneous nystagmus
staff nurse 
stromal nodule
student nurse 
substantia nigra
supernatant
supernumerary
suprasternal notch
sural nerve

SN

Abbreviation for student nurse.

Sn

Symbol for tin

Sn

chemical symbol, tin (L. stannum).
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The SNE, which delivers the Army's mobile tactical network backbone to the company level, is evolving from a vehicle used by the company commander to an information hotspot allowing other Soldiers to plug in, make phone calls and send and receive data from anywhere on the battlefield--from an Afghan polling place to an air assault observation point.
The changes, based on user feedback from Capability Set 13 fielded units and the Army's Network Integration Evaluation events, are also making the SNE more user-friendly through major reductions in startup and shutdown times, a simplified graphical interface and improved troubleshooting tools.
The SNE is part of the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 mobile network that enables Soldiers operating in remote and challenging terrain to maintain voice, video and data communications while on the move.
Data were gathered on SNEs involving persons which had occured in Winnipeg since 1979.
From 1980 to 1997 there were fifteen SNEs which involved persons.
We are very excited about introducing XBAND for SNES,'' said Adam Grosser, president and chairman of Catapult Entertainment.
The program will launch concurrent with the availability of XBAND for SNES.
In addition, Nintendo will roll out more than 70 new SNES titles between now and Christmas, with marketing support in excess of $85 million.
In the second half of 1992, Nintendo and third-party licensees will release a total of 170 new games for the three Nintendo platforms, including 50 for the 8-bit NES, 45 for Game Boy and more than 70 new titles for the SNES and Control Set.
Nintendo will be announcing significant new software titles and marketing support programs for the SNES at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show beginning May 28 in Chicago.