SNEP

AcronymDefinition
SNEPSyndicat National de l'Education Physique (French: National Union of Physical Education; est. 1944)
SNEPSyndicat National de l'Extrusion Plastique (French: National Union of Plastic Extrusion)
SNEPSyndicat National des Ecoles Publiques (French: National Union of Public Schools)
SNEPSignal-to-Noise Enhancement Program (US Navy)
SNEPSociété Normande d'Emballages Plastique (French: Norman Society of Plastic Packaging; France)
SNEPSierra Nevada Ecosystem Project
SNEPSyndicat National de l'Edition Phonographique (Paris, France)
SNEPSaudi Naval Expansion Program
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It was announced later that the SNEP share will resume trading in the Casablanca stock exchange.
Effective implementation of SNEP would relieve future deployment stress on U.
The area of study in the SNEP assessment was the entire geographical region of the Sierra Nevada.
But while the 3,000-page SNEP report will be a one-time event, the business council hopes to publish a ``wealth index'' every year or two to track unemployment, school test scores, use of libraries and other measures.
The SNEP specification was published following an approval ballot of NFC Forum voting members.
800 DH), SNEP (-3,52 pc a 152 DH), Risma (-3,16 pc a 206,80 DH) et Delta Holding S.
Attn: Ing Pierre Michael Merisier, Chef de la Cellule Rurale SNEP et Coordonateur du projet.
The SNEP will operate in a hub-spoke and mesh architecture to provide beyond line-of-sight range extension to OTM users.
La pression baissiere a marque notamment les titres SNEP (-4% a 207 DH); CGI (-2,41% a 729 DH); Fennie Brossette (-5,97% a 126 DH).
M Monetique (+5,31 pc a 218 DH), Ennakl (+4,95 pc a 36,89 DH), SNEP (+3,65 pc a 157,55 DH), Delta Holding S.
today announced that AT4 wireless authorized test lab will use Agilent's T3111S NFC Conformance Test System to test NFC Forum LLCP and SNEP protocols.
In addition to its purchase of Kaynar Technologies in 1999, Fairchild also acquired Technico, a French manufacturer of specialty fittings, and SNEP, a French maker of precision self-locking nuts and threaded fasteners for the European industrial, aerospace and automotive markets.