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INCITEInnovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (US Department of Energy Office of Science)
INCITEAssociação Portuguesa para a Gestão da Informação (formerly Desenvolvimento da Informação Científica e Técnica)
INCITEInterNet Control and Inference Tools at the Edge (Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing; US Department of Education initiative)
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The communications modules of INCITE will fully immerse associates with branded, highly engaging video that brings brands and products to life, while verifying employees' interaction with content and providing KPI-driven training and communications data.
6) Mohammed Azram, 35, of Croydon Road, Newcastle: One count of sexual assault, five counts of supplying and offering to supply drugs, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain.
5) Nashir Uddin, 35, of Joan Street, Newcastle: One count of digital penetration, four counts of suppling drugs, one count of permitting premises to be used to supply drugs, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, three counts of possession of drugs.
Early in August, Egypt's new anti-terrorism law was introduced, setting a minimum prison sentence of five years for individuals who use social media and communication networks to incite "terrorist acts".
Incite LED Media is providing Digital Display Vendor Funding as a signature note off balance sheet, not a lease.
It strains credulity to believe that New Yorkers would be incited to violence by ads that did not incite residents of Chicago and San Francisco," he said.
Together, Nielsen, NM Incite and SocialGuide will focus on efforts to quantify the relationship between social TV and TV ratings to enable advertisers to maximize the impact of their spend, and provide new research metrics to understand social TV's impact on consumer behavior and viewing habits.
Ministers have said the key Threatening communications issue is whether the offensive behaviour is likely to incite public disorder.
Communities in London and other cities in England have been outraged at the disgraceful scenes of destruction and looting that they have witnessed and we are sure that communities here would be just as horrified to think that anyone was trying to incite similar acts of mindless criminality.
Osama bin Laden's dead pictures shouldn't be released because it will incite violence and be used as a recruitment tool by al-Qaeda.
This was a cynical stunt by Dunfermline to incite rivalry of fans.
Charges included one count of sexual activity with a child; four counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity; one count of attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity; six counts of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child.