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nz

(networking)
The country code for New Zealand.
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NZ

(Non Zero) A value greater or less than 0.
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[mu] = 3, to generally follow the guidance provided by NZS 3101 for a 'ductile structure' and perform a non-linear static pushover analysis to ensure their structure has this level of ductility.
NZS does not discourage saving or working since it is not income- or asset-tested, and there is no requirement to actually retire from work.
Table 2 summarizes the comparisons of the predictions obtained from the proposed equation, ACI318 Building Code (2008), TS500 (2000), CSA Code (1994), NZS (1995), EN 1992-1-1:2004 (2004), CEB-FIP90 (1993), Zsutty's equation (Zsutty 1971), Okamura's equation (Okamura, Higai 1980), Bazant's equation (Bazant, Kim 1984), Kim's equation (Kim, Park 1996), Collins' equation (Collins, Kuchma 1999), Rebeiz's equation (Rebeiz 1999), and Khuntia's equation (Khuntia, Stojadinovic 2001) with the test results available in the literature.
To examine the dependence of tax revenues on NZS settings, two separate policy changes are examined below.
NZS.com New Zealand Search (2007) New Zealand Map of Regions.
The abolition of compulsory retirement under the Human Rights Act 1993 and changes in NZS provided policy-based incentives for workforce participation.
Against the background of an ageing population and the increase in costs associated with NZS, the government has already undertaken important reforms.
Calculation, therefore, is too self-conscious an attitude for what, most of the time, we do for each other in the context of NZS interaction.
By comparison, advertisers spent NZ$351 million on the three national television channels, NZS 137 million on radio, and NZ$95 million in magazines.
Levels of ductility [mu] > 3 are outside the scope of the Standard, and design and detailing to NZS 1170.5 (Standards New Zealand 2004), and NZS 3101 (Standards New Zealand 2006) is suggested.
By the standards of the Australian / New Zealand (AS / NZS 4360: 2004), the consequences can be determined based on the level of a few tables consequences criteria as shown in Table 2.