SSN

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AcronymDefinition
SSNSocial Security Number
SSNAttack Submarine (Nuclear Propulsion)
SSNServizio Sanitario Nazionale (Italian Health Service)
SSNSimultaneous Switching Noise
SSNSilver Spring Networks (Redwood City, CA)
SSNSubsystem Number (SS7)
SSNSession Service
SSNSubsystem Number
SSNSegment Sequence Number
SSNStorage System Number
SSNSmoothed Sunspot Number
SSNSpace Surveillance Network
SSNSocial Safety Net
SSNSocial Services Network (Canada)
SSNStandard Shipping Note (trade)
SSNSenior Secured Note (finance)
SSNSoul of the South Network
SSNSuper Sports Network (German TV)
SSNSafeSeaNet (vessel traffic monitoring and information system)
SSNSocial Solidarity Network (Ireland)
SSNStandard Study Number
SSNShip, Submersible, Nuclear
SSNSecure Server Network
SSNSwitched Service Network
SSNSuprasternal Notch (anatomy)
SSNStation Serial Number
SSNSubmersible Ship Nuclear
SSNSolución Salina Normal (Spanish)
SSNSilicon Serial Number
SSNSwiss Society for Nutrition (Switzerland)
SSNSuperior Salivary Nucleus (facial nerve nucleus)
SSNSoldier Support Network
SSNSub-Surface Navigation
SSNSpecification Serial Number
SSNSynchronous Sequential Network
SSNSegment Serial Number
SSNSystem Sequence Number
SSNSwept Spot Noise
SSNSprint Service Node
SSNSense Selection Network (natural language processing)
SSNStreaming Sports Network, LLC (Ottawa, Canada)
SSNSystem Study Number
SSNSubscriber Sequence Number
References in periodicals archive ?
Between the immediate postoperative suprasternal notch to nipple distance (SSNN) and the 6-month follow-up SSNN there was an average of 0.
The landmarks to be identified include the thyroid notch, cricoid cartilage and suprasternal notch.
Dermoids can occur anywhere from the submental region to the suprasternal notch and are usually small, quite mobile, and located in the subcutaneous tissue.
Thyroid cartilage at the suprasternal notch with low situated thyroid gland.
But if you know the anatomy there's a way to do it: The arrow must hit right on top of the suprasternal notch, the dip at the top of the breastbone just below the Adam's apple.
The distance in meters from the floor to the suprasternal notch was measured and divided by the trunk length.