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NSF

abbr.
1. National Science Foundation
2. not sufficient funds
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NSF

or

N/S/F

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) not sufficient funds
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NSF

or N.S.F.,

1. National Science Foundation.
2. not sufficient funds.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.NSF - an independent agency of the federal government responsible for the promotion of progress in science and engineering by supporting programs in research and educationNSF - an independent agency of the federal government responsible for the promotion of progress in science and engineering by supporting programs in research and education
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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For more information on NSF International, visit www.nsf.org.
NSF, in essence, produces a chain reaction in which affected dendritic cells release transforming growth factor-B (TGF-B), causing affectation and accumulation of previously non-pathologic dendritic cells within the tissues in question.
Macropoxy 646 NSF Fast Cure Epoxy is a fast-drying polyamide epoxy for steel and concrete structures, while Macropoxy 846 NSF Winter Grade Epoxy is a fast-drying polyamide epoxy that can be applied at temperatures as low as 35[degrees]F.
Red Bull cans will begin sporting the "NSF Certified for Sport" mark to show athletes, coaches and consumers it meets NSF's stringent criteria, a company news release said.
Failure to properly record the H-1B Nonimmigrant Petitioner Fees (H-1B) account funds for fiscal years 1999 through 2003 led to the material misstatement of about $216 million that necessitated the restatements of NSF's originally issued fiscal year 2003 Balance Sheet and Statement of Changes in Net Position.
2 describes the principle of a [.sup.3]He neutron spin filter (NSF) and gives basic information.
Supported by the physical and biological science resources of the NSF and the NIEHS, the centers also demonstrate the capacity of federal research agencies to collaborate and leverage resources to foster high-quality interdisciplinary research.
The NSF Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering, Division of Information and Intelligent Systems, will issue a call for proposals shortly.
Children, young people and their families have been involved from the very start of the development of the NSF and their views are reflected in the draft standards, along with those of professionals from many sectors.
"By combining our expertise, experience, and unparalleled customer service, NSF and QAI create the opportunity to offer innovative programs and multiple certifications from a single source, enhance our ability to provide our clients with the highest levels of service, and most importantly, expand our commitment to excellence," said Joe Smillie, QAI senior vice-president.
The NSF understands that technological innovation drives business results," said Scott Geller, President and CEO of Invistics.
My discovery of the existence of GCCS took a most circuitous route and I am not surprised to hear that Canadian undergraduates (or faculty, for that matter) have never heard of the NSF's REU initiative.