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NIC

abbreviation for
1. newly industrialized country
2. (Automotive Engineering) Nicaragua (international car registration)
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8 percent in the first quarter of 2005--the highest percentage ever tracked by NIC.
But Kathryn Sweeney, principal of AEW Capital Management, who was a guest speaker during a recent NIC Executive Circle
NIC Express increases the performance and reliability of Linux servers by load balancing network traffic across an array of two or more NICs.
A 5-year-old Nic living in Kenya witnesses an older relative sexually exploit one of the local girls.
Commenting on the agreement, Roger Addison, European Distribution Manager, NIC Components Europe, said, "We are looking forward to supporting Avnet Time as they engage in design-in activities across major European OEMs with our technically advanced passive product range and strong design and service support.
NIC used conference proceeds to fund original research on topics important to the seniors housing and care industry.
For the first quarter of 2002, the NIC Key Financial Indicators showed that loan performance--categorized here as loans being paid back as required, rather than loan restructurings, delinquencies or foreclosures--stayed approximately the same as the previous quarter.
Four NIC government partners finished in the top five, with Maine (www.
According to NIC, assisted living construction starts declined steadily in 2000: from 101 properties in the first quarter, to 92 in the second, 79 in the third, and 46 in the fourth quarter.
Those interested in tracking the industry's publicly traded stocks will want to go to NIC StockWatch, another new section of the Web site.
The state issued its bid for eGovernment services in May 2006 and awarded the contract to NIC from a competitive field.
For more about the conference and additional NIC research, visit [less than]www.