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NPN

(1) See new public network.

(2) (Negative Positive Negative) See PN junction.
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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.
The amount of NPN that can be used is limited due to the rapid hydrolysis of this N source, which causes accumulation and escape of ammonia from the rumen (Satter and Roffler, 1975).
2895 x NPN); where TP is the true protein concentration, CP is the crude protein content by MIR; NPN is the non-protein nitrogen content and 0.
From public policy to corporate strategy, NPN has created a safe place to build valuable relationships," says Tedford.
In 2002, Santa Monica's Highways Performance Space, an NPN Partner, was chosen as one of the few West Goast venues to present the Argentinean dance-theater company Krapp as part of Performing Americas.
The standard My-Com can be DC or AC operated, and versions with integrated NPN or PNP amplifiers are available for high-load DC applications.
On average, red clover silage has 60 percent of the NPN of alfalfa.
NPN is used less efficiently than intact protein by the cow during lactation.
After ensiling, NPN may account for as much as 80% of TN (Papadopoulos and McKersie, 1983; Albrecht and Muck, 1991).
NPN offers a simple process for embedding highly targeted business news that is specific to the industry and issues of a particular Web site.