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ans

(ænz)
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things that might have happened, but which did not

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answer.
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Noun1.ans - the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls involuntary actions of the smooth muscles and heart and glandsANS - the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls involuntary actions of the smooth muscles and heart and glands
autonomic ganglion - any of the ganglia of the autonomic system whose unmyelinated fibers innervate the internal organs
nervous system, systema nervosum - the sensory and control apparatus consisting of a network of nerve cells
neural structure - a structure that is part of the nervous system
sympathetic nervous system - originates in the thoracic regions of the spinal cord; opposes physiological effects of the parasympathetic: reduces digestive secretions; speeds the heart; contracts blood vessels
parasympathetic, parasympathetic nervous system - originates in the brain stem and lower part of the spinal cord; opposes physiological effects of the sympathetic nervous system: stimulates digestive secretions; slows the heart; constricts the pupils; dilates blood vessels
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BP Jones Act tanker Alaskan Legend is expected to arrive at the 145,000 b/d JX Nippon Oil and Energy refinery in Sendai, Japan, on 2 June with a load of ANS.
and the Independent directors of UK-based managed services and cloud provider ANS Group Ltd.
8220;Strategically, this is a logical progression for us,” remarked Paul Fettuccia, ANS President and General Manager.
ANS CEO Jens Tubbesing said the ANS Charter Division expands freight-forwarding opportunities in the United States and Canada.
At $30 per barrel, ANS crude oil production is worth in excess of $10 billion annually.
The ANS program will provide navigational, perception, path-planning and vehicle-following algorithms and the requisite on-board sensor package for autonomous mobility.
ANS editor in chief Lappe said the news service offers stories on a previously "underreported" subject -- namely, the initiatives taken in various communities to try to solve problems in such areas as race relations, education, crime, poverty, health care and the environment.
Because ANS sellers have an incentive to avoid the high costs of shipping production to distant markets east of the Rockies, prices for ANS on the West Coast are relatively low.
The ANS is the part of our nervous systems that governs unconscious, automatic functions such as digestion, breathing, heart rate, sexual arousal, and sleep.
ANS will deliver a Managed Infrastructure Service which, once installed, will allow the trusts IT infrastructure to scale to future needs and provide a robust foundation for IT services for staff and patients.
We are committed to developing new lead technology that provides physicians with the widest array of lead options, so they can choose the best lead to address each patient's need," said Chris Chavez, president of ANS.
The data centre deal, worth in excess of Au1Million, will see M247, an internet infrastructure and ICT company, offer secure data centre accommodation and high capacity network services to ANS.