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NSP

(1) (Network Service Provider) An organization that provides a high-speed Internet backbone to ISPs and other service providers. Sprint, MCI and UUNET are examples of NSPs. See Internet backbones.

(2) (Native Signal Processing) Enhancements to Pentium CPUs proposed by Intel that later evolved into the MMX CPU. See MMX.
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The delegation will consist of 14 members, including NSP leader Osamu Yatabe and Okinawa Masses Socialist leader and House of Councillors member Soko Shimabukuro, and local assembly members.
Tying management pay to specific hiring goals - presumably not quotas - she "got everybody's attention." She also got results, earning a reputation as a tough boss: By the time O'Leary left NSP, there were three other women officers, and a second black officer.
Assuming constant returns to scale, zero elasticity of input substitution, and no externalities, the net social profitability (NSP) (2) of an activity producing a tradable output Xi can be given as:
Additional information and copies of the NSP are available from the Chief, Office of External Communications, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, CDC, Mailstop K-52, 4770 Buford Highway, NE, Atlanta, GA 30341; telephone (404) 488-4751.
The problem with the combos, according to NSP Purchasing Director James Amelang, is that they cannot be re-used, but must be discarded or at best, recycled.
Issues discussed are NSP's sexual harassment policy, implications at the work site, and procedures for handling complaints and employee rights.
'The plan will, therefore, provide the strategic spatial framework to guide national development and investment decision making,' Vaz said at the launch of the second phase of the development of the NSP.
The information from these presentations, along with a listing of all doctoral degree programs, contacts and NSP II financial support for nurse educators is available on the NSP website at www.nursesupport.org.
Shares of Insperity (NASDAQ: NSP) are down about 21%.
Trade between Taiwan and NSP countries in 2018 amounted to US$1,171 billion, the office said, a 22 percent increase over 2016.
To overcome this issue, the poultry feed is being supplemented with enzymes that hydrolyze these NSP and improves the overall growth rate of poultry birds.
Under-15 boys: 1 C Perkins (Birt) 11:06; 2 J Blevins (NSP) 11:3 R Teasdale (BillMshHs) 12:07; 4 W McKenna (DurC) 12:32; 5 Hodgson (BillMshHs) 12:50; 6 S Thompson (BhillBnds) 12:7 C Giblin (Crook) 12:56; 8 O McKenna (DurC) 13:00; 9 E (Morp) 13:04; 10 G Batley (Alnw) 13:07.