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SNESSyndicat National des Entreprises de Sécurité (French: National Association of Security Companies)
SNESSyndicat National de l'Enseignement Supérieur (French)
SNESSyndicat National de l'Enseignement Secondaire (France)
SNESSuprascapular Nerve Entrapment Syndrome
SNESScalable Nonlinear Equation Solvers
SNESSuper Nintendo Entertainment System
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After using the SNE in a variety of operational scenarios, the brigade's leadership recommended that the SNE might not be the right match for a company commander, but because of its ability to enable critical Command and Control it should still be distributed at that echelon because it provides important connectivity to the upper tactical internet for access to full-motion video and other high-bandwidth information.
2) The percentage of SNEs involving Anglo-Saxons had declined from 100% in the 1940s to 53% in the 1970s.
While many of our competitors have decided to count the Super Nintendo out, Capcom has made a very wise decision to support the SNES throughout the remaining of this year and into early 1996.
Other products consistently appearing on retailers top ten lists include John Madden Football(TM) '93 for both Sega Genesis and SNES; NHLPA(R) Hockey '93 for Sega Genesis and SNES; and Bulls vs Blazers(TM) for SNES.
In late May, a price reduction for the SNES was announced, dropping the suggested retail price to $149.
TO play all the mini- battles in Yoshis Island on the SNES when you are on any level map screen, use Control One, hold Select, press X, X, Y, B, A.
Major retailers report that sales of the SNES from mid-June to mid-July increased as much as 40 percent over the previous four-week period, invigorating the traditionally slow mid-summer selling season.
The CLUE SNES game allows players, for the first time ever, to play the CLUE game either by themselves or with friends, since it allows Super NES players to compete with up to five computer opponents.