ARNS

AcronymDefinition
ARNSA Remote Network Server (Macintosh and Unix)
ARNSAssociation of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (UK)
ARNSAppleTalk Remote Network Server
ARNSAeronautical Radio Navigation Service
ARNSArkansas River Navigation Study (US Army)
ARNSAnnual Review of Nuclear Science (journal)
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New-found newspaper industry expert Arns is concerned about the "robust" amount of cash Gannett and Times Co.
Brown helped launch a Save the Arns Appeal which raised a five-figure sum, while club bosses have given the green light for work to begin after sportscotland agreed to pay for 60 per cent of the repairs.
Arns, from the small town of Wenden in Germany, is one of many youngsters in the country to become obsessed by the Devil.
Arns has a keen sense of the value of historical record.
Penny Lernoux, the late NCR Latin America affairs writer, reported that Arns became involved in the human rights struggle almost immediately after his Silo Paulo appointment when the military's secret police raided a priest's house where they found papers advocating better wages for workers.
With help from Accudata Systems, a Houston-based IT consulting and integration firm with more than 26 years of experience, Mustang used F5's ARN, deploying the F5 BIG-IP[R] Local Traffic Manager[TM] (LTM[TM]) with WebAccelerator[TM] solution to boost SharePoint Server 2007 performance and ensure a positive user experience.
Arns begged the pope to telephone the cardinal responsible, and tell him so, but the pope insisted, "I never telephone.
The F5[R] ARN for Windows Server 2008 will help enterprises achieve powerful deployment advantages including support for the updated versions of Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and Terminal Services, as well as Microsoft technologies such as Windows PowerShell and SSTP (Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol).
At the 1992 meeting of the Latin American Bishops' Council (CELAM) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Arns played a key role in blocking the efforts of the Roman curia to delegitimize liberation theology.
Cardinal Arns, 76, has served as archbishop of Sao Paulo since 1970.
Arns himself prompted the discussion during a recent news conference.