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NEP

abbr.
1. New Economic Policy
2. non-English proficient
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NEP

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) New Economic Policy
2. (Automotive Engineering) Nepal (international car registration)
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NEPS were pipped at the post and offer congratulations to winners, North Wales Shared Services Partnership (NWSSP) Procurement Services for their submission relating to a mental health project.
Instead, NEPs are, and should be, looking at offering these services as hosted private clouds with logical separation of infrastructure between carriers, with a future roadmap of moving into virtually separated cloud infrastructures as carriers become more comfortable with a sharedservices concept.
Ultimately, while significant in scope, CGL 3.2 didn't hit the mark in establishing a complete requirements list that met the needs of TEMs and NEPs. Many TEMs discontinued active participation in the CGL Working Group, and some in the industry wondered if the CGL specification had run its course.
Other measures introduced in Vancouver, such as NEPs, have similarly developed a body of evidentiary support.
It is the only carrier grade Linux deployed by the world's leading NEPs in carrier networks for over three generations of product, and it serves as the foundation for advanced telecom solutions currently in design.
Both fiber neps and undispersed concentrate can form defect sites that may lead to failure of the end product.
The NEPS laboratory's researchers have repeatedly shown the safety and effectiveness of resistance, or strength, training in reversing sarcopenia and frailty in the elderly.
The results of the measurement of twists and yarn evenness (that includes the number of thick places, thin places, neps and coefficient variation of mass--CVm per 1000 m of yarn) are shown in Table 3.
Over 50 NEPS have been successfully implemented around the world and research shows that syringe exchange does not pose any safety concerns to either prison staff or prisoners nor does it lead to an increase in drug use.
The new company NEPS I/S (Northern European Processing Services) will be based in Denmark, from where it will offer the payment administration solution XPonCard Service Systems/BankWorks to customers in the Nordic countries, the Baltic countries and Poland.
ComputeNode2U ComputeNode3U and ComputeNode4U provide network equipment providers (NEPs) with the high-density and horizontal scalability necessary to build or expand carrier-grade servers for DNS, firewall, Web-hosting, softswitches, media gateways and controllers for IP, wireless, optical or any other mission-critical network systems.
The number of needle-exchange programs (NEPs) is growing, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City and the North American Syringe Exchange Network in Tacoma, WA.