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NID

(1) (Network ID) A unique number assigned to a wireless network. See SID.

(2) See network interface device.
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Steffi Jones, a winner of the 2003 World Cup with Germany as a player, is now the woman charged with emulating Neid's years of success.
The ambush was carried out in Neid al-Barid area in Manbah district coinciding with many breaches of the ceasefire by the group, the source said.
Samuti aitab parimus moista, milliseid paiku on kohalikud elanikud ise tahtsustanud ja kuidas neid maletanud.
Neid is reportedly designed to be read on the screen and will never appear in traditional book form.
At the other end Australia showed that Brazil's defence was vulnerable when going down 3-2 in their quarter-final, and Neid believes she has also spotted the key to breaching the Brazilian back line.
It has to be expected that Neid will have studied Sweden's past two games intently and formulated a plan to break down the resistance of Sundhage's side.
The PANDORA Org survey also showed that 61% of Alabama NEIDs patients searched for an accurate diagnosis for over two years before receiving one, and 59% of Alabama NEIDs patients see four or more physicians before receiving an accurate diagnosis.
NeuroEndocrineImmune disorders (NEIDs) include chronic fatigue syndrome - also referred to as myalgic encephalomyelitis or ME/CFS, fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme disease, Gulf War illness and multiple chemical sensitivities.
The NEI Center(TM), a project of P.A.N.D.O.R.A., Inc., a non-profit organization that advocates for improved quality of life for people with NeuroEndocrineImmune diseases (NEIDs), will be in the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at FIU.
Coral Gables, FL, March 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- NeuroEndocrineImmune Disease (NEIDs) organizations have formed the first US coalition to serve their patient community and change public policy.
Denver, CO, March 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Rocky Mountain CFS/ME & FM Association (RMCFA) and seven NeuroEndocrineImmune Disease (NEIDs) organizations have formed the first US coalition to serve their patient community and change public policy.
Senate Resolution (SR) 20, sponsored by Senator Christopher "Kip" Bateman (R), Senate Deputy Conference Leader, and Senator Loretta Weinberg (D), Chair of the Senate Health Committee, cited studies that an estimated 20 million American adults and children suffer with NEIDs. The economic impact and loss of worker productivity in the United States due to CFS/ME, alone, is estimated to be over $9 billion per year.