ANSA

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ANSAAgenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (Italian news agency)
ANSAAssociation of Norwegian Students Abroad
ANSAArtists for a New South Africa
ANSAAustralian National Sportfishing Association
ANSAAssociation of Nutrition Services Agencies
ANSAAssociation of Nurses in Substance Abuse (UK)
ANSAAdvanced Networked Systems Architecture
ANSAAssistant to the President for National Security Affairs
ANSAAIDS Nutrition Services Alliance
ANSAAutonomic Network & Security Administration
ANSAAdaptive Network Security Alliance
ANSAAustralian Network of Student Anthropologists
ANSAAnnapolis Naval Sailing Association
ANSAAlliance of Norwegian Students Abroad
ANSAAlternate Network Service Agreement
ANSAASP.NET Security Analyzer (Microsoft)
ANSAArkansas Nursing Students' Association
ANSAApplied Networking and Systems Administration (degree at RIT)
ANSAAnglo Nubian Society of Australia
ANSAAustralian National Saddlehorse Association Inc. (Australia)
ANSAAbbey National Staff Association (UK)
ANSAAutomatic New Structure Alert
ANSAAnthyodhaya Sangh
ANSAAdaptive Null Steering Arrays
ANSA5-amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (CAS NO: CAS 119-79-9; aka 1,6-Cleve's acid)
ANSAAugustana Nursing Student Association (Sioux Falls, SD)
ANSAArlington Nursing Student Association
ANSAAcção Nacional Socialista Académica
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| By Mahdi Al-Nimr (with photos) ROME, March 8 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti Ambassador in Rome Sheikh Jaber Duaij Al-Ibrahim Al-Sabah discussed with chief of the Italian news agency (Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata, ANSA news wire) activation and support to Kuwaiti media and cultural initiatives in both countries in collaboration with Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).
NNA - 26/01/2011 Upon an invitation of the Italian news agency, ANSA (Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata), the "Mediterranean Network, Challenge for the Future" conference inaugurated on Thursday its works in Rome in to tackle the challenges and opportunities in the Mediterranean, most importantly the southern coast, in participation of the region' s media institutions as well as journalists, relevant figures from the cultural world, analysts, businessmen and university professors.
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