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nz

(networking)
The country code for New Zealand.

NZ

(Non Zero) A value greater or less than 0.
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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.
When he reaches NZS age he will be much more selective about what he does.
2) As a result, public pension policy had been limited to providing benefits under NZS until the advent of KiwiSaver, which aims to encourage individuals to develop long-term savings habits and accumulate financial assets.
Sure, there are humane and generous capitalists who deal with the world on a NZS basis, but to that extent they are untrue to capitalism.
The community publications attract advertising revenue that has passed NZS 100 million a year and continues to grow.
By the standards of the Australian / New Zealand (AS / NZS 4360: 2004), the level of likelihood can be determined based on criteria such as shown in Table 3.
Rates of NZS vary depending on whether the person is married, single or living alone.
Contributions to the NZS fund are calculated over a rolling 40-year horizon.
According to the OGRA only specially designed and fabricated seamless cylinders that are manufactured in accordance with the NZS 5454:1989 standard are to be used in vehicles for the high pressure compressed Natural Gas.
Specifically, this assumption means that an individual will retire at a certain age as planned; does not engage in the workforce after retirement; knows exactly what their income until retirement will be; can accurately project the rate of return on investments; has a known life expectancy at the age of retirement; knows the amount of NZS that they will receive; plans and executes whatever bequests they wish to make; has no unexpected changes in health status that would affect income or expenditure; and assumes tax rates and other policies remain unchanged.