GNIS

AcronymDefinition
GNISGeographic Names Information System (US Geological Survey)
GNISGeographic Names Information System
GNISGeographic Names Information Service (USGS)
GNISGuangzhou Nanhu International School (China)
GNISGroupement National Interprofessionnel des Semences, Graines et Plants (French)
GNISGood News Internet Services Inc. (Cincinnati, OH)
GNISGlobal NDT Internet Superhub (NASA JPL)
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The gross national income (GNI) of the rubber industry takes into account all rubber industry stakeholders, including tire or general rubber product manufacturers, as well as raw material suppliers, and also captures the value added, e.g., other materials, labor, capital, etc.
However, keeping in consideration that 65% of isolates had MIC >4 ug/ml (Table-1B) and 30% of isolates had MIC >32 ug/ml, our findings caution against sole use of carbapenem as empirical coverage for suspected gram-negative infections (GNI) in NICUs and AICUs.
In any case, macro-level factors, such as GDP, GNI, unemployment and the happiness index, suggest that Turkey offers better economic opportunities than most of the other countries in the region.
We added Barbados and Haiti to represent the range of gross national income (GNI) across the region.
The places in Mindanao that were badly hit by the scam were not wanting in financial wizards or straight-thinking people who could have stopped the GNIS from bundling their hard-earned and/or borrowed cash and taking these to the Aman/Rasuman agents who promised them instant wealth and fast and double returns on their investments.
The own resources ceiling is maintained at 1.24% of the sum of all the EU member states' GNIs. The ceiling on annual appropriations for payments is set at 1.31% of that figure.
Key players in these processes are the bi-/multi-state-owned grand-national projects (GNPs), grand-national enterprises (GNEs), and grand-national institutes (GNIs).
Geological Survey (USGS) Internet site at http://www.usgs.gov/or Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) at http://geonames.usgs.gov/.
The Geography Librarian informs the authors of the new library resource, GNIS: Geographic Names Information System.