GNED

AcronymDefinition
GNEDGreater New England Division (International Association of Administrative Professionals)
GNEDGlobal Nuclear Event Detector (US DoD)
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GNED 261, which is taken only by non-science majors, is offered with different bylines.
Nationwide Financial Life This policy is not truly desi- gned to-be used for retirement income purposes.
Within blocks, practices were randomized to usual care or one of two quality improvement (QI) programs desi gned to increase rates of appropriate care.
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Wilson's work is ali gned with other recent early modern studies that seek "the rehabilitation of agency" (8) against various poststructuralist assaults on the idea.
"We know who uses it," she said, "but not why." Kretchmer is cochair of the National Communication Association Task Force on the Digital Divide (http://www.natcom.org), a multidisciplinary project desi gned to bridge the current gap between research, policy, and practice.
(47) These involved the expansion of worker retraining programs and unemployment benefits, but they also required the creation and funding of regional "development plans" desi gned by subnational politicians and economic bureaucracies.