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AcronymDefinition
NPNurse Practitioner
NPNepal
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
NPNeptunium
NPNeopoints (Neopets)
NPNet Profit
NPNapalm
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
NPNon-Public
NPNonylphenol
NPNumber Portability (Mobile Services)
NPNeupreis (German :price if new)
NPNonpolar (chemistry)
NPNorth Port (Florida)
NPNegative Pressure
NPNewbury Park (California)
NPNo Post
NPNew Production
NPNonproliferation
NPNational Product (band)
NPNo Pets (classified ads for rentals)
NPNetwork Programming
NPno penalty
NPNetwork Processor
NPNo Picture
NPNonviolent Peaceforce
NPNondeterministic-Polynomial
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
NPNon-Polynomial
NPNon-Parity
NPNational Primary
NPNosler Partition (bullet)
NPNorsk Petroleumsinstitutt
NPNon-Deterministic Polynomial-Time (computer programming)
NPNorma Portuguesa (Portuguese: Portuguese Norm)
NPNeurophysin
NPNasal Polyp
NPNapolean Dynamite (movie)
NPNotes Payable
NPNatural Parenting
NPNumber of Pitches (baseball)
NPNormandy Park (Washington)
NPNeoprint
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
NPNonpay
NPNonpublished (number)
NPNew Production Reactor (US DOE)
NPNose Plug
NPNeighbourhood Park
NPNonproblematic
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
References in periodicals archive ?
Richardson has long argued that the United States must keep its nuclear nonproliferation commitments and finish building the MOX nuclear fuel facility in South Carolina.
In addition to the productive discussions, the officials visited LANL s Dual-Axis Radiographic Hydrodynamic Test facility (DARHT) and the new Nonproliferation and National Security Center.
A conference theme was making nonproliferation and arms control meaningful to a post-Cold War generation.
The year 2009 was ''a year in which awareness of (the need for) nuclear nonproliferation has increased internationally,'' the report says, citing as an example U.
The point is that the Harper Government understood and welcomed the fact that the central nonproliferation rule was being seriously compromised.
Nonproliferation objectives in Iran should be linked to broader denuclearization efforts in the region and globally.
The two countries' efforts rendered them pariahs in the eyes of the nonproliferation community and sharply limited the degree to which other countries could engage them on security and energy issues.
We sought this agreement because India's nuclear weapons program and its status outside the nonproliferation regime has proven to be a long-standing stumbling block to enhanced U.
The manner in which these countries entered the nuclear weapons club has raised the bar for the nonproliferation regime, but did not deliver the deathblow that many pundits had predicted at the time.
GAO found that there is no overall strategy that integrates the threat reduction and nonproliferation programs of the DOD, DOE, and others.
Wilkes further says the government has increased spending on nonproliferation programs by more than 60%.
Yet, as the United States has reserved the right to use nuclear weapons in response to a chemical or biological weapon attack for some years, the continued emphasis on this first strike policy undermines nonproliferation goals.
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