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NTNorthern Territory (Australian state/territory)
NTNo Thanks
NTNew Technology (Microsoft Windows operating system)
NTNorthwest Territories (Canada)
NTNo Text (message boards)
NTEnd (Physical) Termination of the DSL at the User
NTNext Time
NTNo Time
NTNational Trust (UK)
NTNew Testament (Bible)
NTNational Team
NTNew Taiwan (Dollar)
NTNetherlands Antilles
ntNear Threatened (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Lower Risk sub-category)
NTNit
NTNetwork Technology
NTNear-Term
NTNo Text (gaming, Mod-X security challenges)
NTNice Try (Internet gaming)
NTNew Territories (Hong Kong)
NTNanotechnology
NTNon Toxic
NTNorthern Telecom
NTNet Tonnage
NTNo Tags (California Seed Certification, Davis, California)
NTNon-Transferable
NTNano-Technician (gaming, Anarchy Online)
NTNetwork Termination
NTNo Trade
NTNewtype (Gundam Pilot)
NTNorrköpings Tidningar (Swedish newspaper)
NTNarrower Term (lexicography)
NTNo Tomorrow
NTNikola Tesla
NTNewtons
NTNuevo Testamento (Spanish: New Testament)
NTNo Trump (bridge)
NTNeopian Times (Neopets newsletter)
NTNetwork Theory
NTNo Take
NTNo Trespassing
NTNo Transmission
NTNorthtown
NTNitrotyrosine
NTNouvelle Tentative
NTNon Turbo
NTNon Thermal
NTNavigation Technology
NTNet Tons
NTNikki Tyler (adult film actor)
NTNeuro-Typical (Non-Autistic Person)
NTNormal Technical
NTNarrative Therapy (psychotherapy)
NTNome Time (GMT-1100)
NTNewfoundland Time
NTNortel Networks Limited (stock symbol)
NTNight Training
NTNon-Tender (abdominal exam)
NTNice Throw (gaming term)
NTNeurologically Typical (autism-related)
nTnano-Tesla (10^-9 Tesla; magnetic field strength measurement unit)
NTNavajo Times
NTNanotopography
NTNarcotrend
NTNeamt County (Romania)
NTNaso Tracheal
NTNo Tracers
NTNanotopology
NTNetwork Terminal/Terminator
NTNeutron Transmitter
NTNurse Tech (student nurse)
NTNuclear Test
NTNuchal Translucency (Perinatology)
NTNuclear Transfer (genetics)
NTNot There
NTNucleotide
NTNull Type
NTNot Traded
NTNumber of Tubes
NTNose Tackle (football)
NTNot Taken
NTNot Tested
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Healthy near-term infants were found to have significantly higher risks in six out of seven adverse school-age outcomes, after adjusting for 15 potential confounders including maternal age, maternal race, maternal education, marital status, Medicaid status, smoking or drinking during pregnancy, adequacy of prenatal care, complications of pregnancy, complications of labor or delivery, cesarean section, and infant gender.
In this way, they were able to push ambitious, value-based performance goals down through the organization, linking the operational targets that drive near-term performance to the company's long-term value growth ambition.
The first includes data for 119 countries, including the size of the near-term market, overall population, mobile penetration rates as of mid-2007, and the annual income levels (ceiling and floor) for the near-term target market.
The resolution of lawsuits against DRL is not expected to be resolved over the near-term.
Until scientists better understand the relationship between elevated sea surface temperatures and landfalling hurricane activity, AIR encourages insurers to use the near-term catalog developed by AIR and AEF for sensitivity analyses and not as a replacement for AIR's standard U.
Fitch expects to meet with management in the near-term to further discuss SUG's proposed financing structure and overall strategy for integrating and operating the SRES assets within the SUG organization.
Given expectations for Sanmina's minimal revenue growth and continued below-average gross margins for the components businesses for the near-term, consolidated EBIT margins should be essentially flat for fiscal 2006.
E[acute accent]Completion of the proposed financing plans would reduce total debt by approximately $500 million, lessen refinancing risk associated with near-term maturities (particularly in 2006) and reduce interest costs.
NASDAQ:GROW) will institute a five-for-one share split for its Near-Term Tax Free Fund (NEARX) to take effect on the close of the first business day of 2005.
Within this context, Fitch's near-term Rating Outlook for the diversified energy sector has shifted to Positive from Stable, while the near-term Rating Outlooks for investor-owned utilities (IOUs) and affiliate generating companies continues to be Stable in 2005.