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NPNurse Practitioner
NPNational Park
NPNorthern Pacific
NPNoun Phrase
NPNew Patient
NPNo Problem
NPNot Possible
NPNewport (postal code for Newport, Wales)
NPNuclear Power
NPNot Present
NPNorth Pole
NPNot Provided
NPNo Point
NPNew Process
NPNon-Pro (hardware)
NPNobel Prize
NPNew Plymouth (New Zealand)
NPNow Playing
NPNo Place
NPNational Party
NPNatalie Portman
NPNa Przyklad (Polish: for example)
NPNail Polish
NPNeopoints (Neopets)
NPNet Profit
NPNotary Public
NPNull Pointer
NPNgee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore)
NPNorth Point (place name)
NPNintendo Power (magazine)
NPNetwork Protocol
NPNintendo Power
NPNew Party (Taiwan)
NPNatural Phenomena
NPNew Providence (New Jersey)
NPNo Page
NPNumber Portability (Mobile Services)
NPNeupreis (German :price if new)
NPNonpolar (chemistry)
NPNorth Port (Florida)
NPNegative Pressure
NPNewbury Park (California)
NPNo Post
NPNew Production
NPNational Product (band)
NPNo Pets (classified ads for rentals)
NPNetwork Programming
NPno penalty
NPNetwork Processor
NPNo Picture
NPNonviolent Peaceforce
NPNumbering Plan
NPNegative Polarity
NPNeper (unit used to express ratios, such as gain, loss, and relative values)
NPNational President
NPNetwork Provider
NPNo Parking
NPNo Patience
NPNature Photographer
NPNorth Pocono (Moscow, Pennsylvania)
NPNew Paragraph (proofreading)
NPNationalista Party (Philippines)
NPNucleoside Phosphorylase
NPNetwork Port
NPNational Primary
NPNosler Partition (bullet)
NPNorsk Petroleumsinstitutt
NPNon-Deterministic Polynomial-Time (computer programming)
NPNorma Portuguesa (Portuguese: Portuguese Norm)
NPNasal Polyp
NPNapolean Dynamite (movie)
NPNotes Payable
NPNatural Parenting
NPNumber of Pitches (baseball)
NPNormandy Park (Washington)
NPNolle Prosequi (Latin: Not Prosecute; legal motion)
NPNo Publisher
NPNewPlayer (gaming)
NPNew Pence (English penny)
NPNo Protest
NPNicolo Paganini (classical composer and violinist)
NPNice Pass
NPNetwork Planner
NPNaturopathic Practitioner
NPNo Passes
NPNumber Pooling
NPNo Proceedings
NPNetwork Protector
NPNeoPets, Neopia
NPNASA Publication
NPNational Permit (India)
NPNasal Prong (airflow)
NPNavigation Processor
NPNonpublished (number)
NPNew Production Reactor (US DOE)
NPNose Plug
NPNeighbourhood Park
NPNegro Please
NPNamibia Post (Windhoek, Namibia)
NPOccupation Newspaper (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NPNo Pistons (referring to rotary engines)
NPNew Paper - Singapore
NPNerd Paradise
NPBureau of Non Proliferation (US Department of State)
NPNetwork Pause (ANSI)
NPNoteworthy Practice
NPNeighborhood Processor
NPNo Price
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Even so, based on sociodemographic surveys and treatment statistics of substance use, it can be estimated that even 90% to 95% of drug users could be considered as nonproblematic (EMCDDA 2008; UNODC 2006; Kraus et al.
33] Postmodern feminist theorists have sought to reconfigure the body not as a single, nonproblematic entity which incubates the soul, but as a fractured, polymorphous, fluid set of effects, subjectivities, perceptions, and actions.
Aiken and colleagues (2001) reported that colleague relationships were relatively positive and nonproblematic in an international sample of American, Canadian, and British nurses who worked in acute care hospitals.
On the other hand, he or she may adopt a theoretical attitude that we shall redefine as follows: In the first place, such attitude implies a critical distance with respect to the assumptions of the horizons of preunderstanding of the original lifeworld, that is, problematizing the nonproblematic.
This view is nonproblematic to students most of the time and as long as the problems are familiar to them.
Recent studies examining the effect of such programs on prescriptions for benzodiazepines suggest that both problematic and nonproblematic benzodiazepine use may be reduced following the initiation of such programs.
The rates of nonproblematic drinking at followup were 40 percent and 23 percent.
Thus, social control theory views deviance as nonproblematic, and instead aims to explain conformity.
Third, it is not entirely apparent whether fathers of nonproblematic daughters would have presented similar or different responses to the areas of inquiry addressed in the interviews.
The items cover types of behavior that most likely will be nonproblematic when low in frequency, such as playing truant, and more serious behaviors, such as burglary or car theft.
The sample design and the survey method (telephone interviews) are essentially the same as in past surveys conducted by Harris and Gallup, so that inferences concerning opinion changes between one survey and another are straightforward and nonproblematic.
The above passages illustrate normal, nonproblematic employments of amreditas to convey the notions of universality or totality.