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AcronymDefinition
NLSNative Language Support
NLSNational Longitudinal Surveys
NLSNational Library Service
NLSNational Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
NLSNational Library of Scotland
NLSNational Language Support (extended characters)
NLSNuclear Localization Signal (medicine; nuclear transport)
NLSNonlinear Least Squares
NLSNonlinear Schrödinger
NLSNoxious Liquid Substances
NLSNational Literacy Strategy
NLSoNLine System
NLSNational Lifeguard Service (Canada)
NLSNational Leadership Seminar (Boy Scouts of America)
NLSNational Launch System
NLSNatural Language Support
NLSNassau Library System
NLSNetwork License Server
NLSNeu-Laxova Syndrome (genetic disorder)
NLSNeu-Laxova Syndrome
NLSNatural Language System
NLSNeonatal Life Support
NLSNew Launch System
NLSNormed Linear Spaces
NLSNoise Line State (Cisco)
NLSNational Land Service
NLSNovell Licensing System
NLSNone Left Standing (band)
NLSNew Life Singers (Marietta, Georgia)
NLSNoise Like Signals
NLSNew Level Safety (Dartford, UK)
NLSNational Linen Service Corporation
NLSNo Line of Sight
NLSNative Lan Service
NLSNon-Linear Suppression (Nortel)
NLSNext Line and Set prediction
NLSNetwork Lifecycle Services (IDC)
NLSNational Local Service
NLSNeville Lovett School (UK)
NLSNASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation) Last Sale (service)
NLSNterprise Linux Services (Novell)
NLSNew Lawyers Section (various organizations)
NLSNeighborhood Lending Services (various locations)
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Through this outreach campaign, the Library of Congress wants everyone to know about the free services NLS provides to those who need them, said NLS director Karen Keninger.
Established in 1989, NLS is one of the largest national providers of these services to large bank lenders in the US.
Alex Zwyer, CEO of NLS Pharma said, 'The US ODD for Mazindol for the treatment of narcolepsy marks yet another major development milestone for our lead compound.
The NLS was developed specifically for waterborne UV-curable coatings.
Dysthe [5] derived a modified, 4th order version of the NLS equation that accounts for finite spectral width and describes the evolution of the spatial distribution of the complex envelope of the narrow-banded wave train in time.
2014/15 has been a fantastic year for sports at NLS, with many teams performing at a very high standard in various tournaments.
Evidence in the civil case against NLS showed that the company paid more than $4 million in commissions to insurance agents, many of whom were not licensed as securities dealers.
Upon Dupuy's hire, NLS had required him to sign a temporary employment contract, which contained a confidentiality provision that provided, in pertinent part:
The lack of legal deposit for this material has prevented NLS from building a comprehensive archive of Scottish sound recordings but major donations of significant collections have helped to create a good basic archive.
We substitute our trial function (4) to the NLS Langragian [(2) with (3)] and we put [alpha](x - [x.
Four appendices are included: (1) Description of NLS-NCLB Methodology; (2) Supplemental Exhibits; (3) Standard Error Tables; and (4) Distribution of Title I Schools in NLS and CCD datasets.
To understand how Cln3 movement is regualated a genetic screen utilizing a reporter that consists of the Cln3 nuclear localization signal (NLS) fused to green fluorescent protein identified TH173 as important for Cln3 NLS function.