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NPN

abbr.
nonprotein nitrogen
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As for the Senate Presidency, the NPN decided to hold on to that because of confirmation of Ministers and ambassadors and other responsibilities allocated to the Senate by the Constitution.
Naspers has a primary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (NPN.SJ) and a secondary listing on the A2X Exchange (NPN.AJ) in South Africa, and has an ADR listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: NPSN).
To avoid rapidly producing ammonia and optimizing the nitrogen availability, various methods for the use of NPN products as in form of multi nutritional blocks and in the form of urea compound as optigen are in practice.
Delivery on ED1: NPN and NPY underspent GBP44 million or 5% against allowances in the first two years of RIIO-ED1.
Medical company DaVita Medical Group revealed on Tuesday the completion of the acquisition of Northwest Physicians Network (NPN) for an undisclosed value.
"If you have reason to believe that your NPN (or agency/brokerage NPN) should have been included on a Marketplace enrollment transaction, but was not, you may contact the respective [exchange plan] issuer directly to discuss the situation," HealthCare.gov managers say in a webinar slidedeck.
To realize NPN equivalence on hardware level, the inputs and output of one of the two shared LUTs are negated with the help of conditional negation (CN) block, as shown in Figure 1(b).
One way to make sure the NPN is part of that transaction is to start by going through the life change update reporting process on HealthCare.gov, and then going to the insurer's website, officials said.
It was concluded that addition of 1% urea in the feed of calves can improve feed intake, feed conversion ratio and daily weight gain more efficiently than other NPN sources (optigen).
The parasitic NPN transistor is formed by the N substrate (parasitic Collector), the P drift region (the Base), and the N well on the topside (the Emitter).
The FW series diffuse with background suppression sensors are available with NPN or PNP light-on outputs.
Priced at $69, CTT Series devices accept voltage and non-voltage inputs from a wide variety of NPN, PNP, or dry contact sensors.