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INSInertial Navigation System
INSInsurance
INSInstruction
INSI'm Not Sure
INSInsert
INSInspection
INSInsulin
INSInsensitive
INSInternal Navigation System (US Navy; US DoD)
INSStar Trek: Insurrection (Star Trek movie)
INSInvasive Non-Native Species
INSInternational Network Services (company)
INSInstitute of Nature Study (Japan)
INSInput String
INSInstituto Nacional de Seguros (Costa Rica's insurance institution)
INSInstitutul National de Statistica (Romania)
INSImmigration & Naturalization Service (reorganized in 2003 under DHS, functions divided among USCIS, ICE and CBP)
INSInstitut National de la Statistique (French)
INSInfusion Nurses Society
INSIntegrated Network Solutions
INSInternational News Service
INSI'm Not Stupid
INSIsraeli Navy Ship
INSInstall Shield
INSInput Stream
INSInformation Systems
INSIntelligent Network Services
INSIntelligent Network Server
INSIntegrated Notification System
INSInstrument Music File
INSInteroperable Naming Server
INSInternet Communication Settings
INSInternet Sign-up
INSInsert Code
INSInternet Naming Service
INSInternal Nonhostile Structured
INSInstallation Script
INSIncrement Stack Pointer
INSInternational Neuropsychological Society
INSIn Nomine Satanis (roleplaying game)
INSItchy and Scratchy (The Simpsons)
INSInformation Network System
INSInternational Numbering System
INSindependent news service
INSIndian Newspaper Society (New Delhi, India)
INSIowa Network Services, Inc.
INSIntravenous Nurses Society
INSIndian Naval Ship
INSIdiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome
INSIndie Night School (podcast)
INSIron Soldering
INSIntegrated Netfinity Server
INSIntranasal Steroids
INSIntelligent Notification Services (IBM)
INSIntegrated Network System
INSInformatics Nurse Specialist (American Nurses Association)
INSInterstate Nuclear Services
INSInstitute of Nuclear Studies (Japan)
INSIndirect Sourcing (Nokia)
INSInternet Configuration Settings (file name extension)
INSIntelligent Network Systems
INSInelastic Neutron Scattering/Spectrometer
INSIndependent NECA (National Exchange Carrier Association) Services, Inc.
INSInstitute of National Strategy
INSInstitute of Naval Studies
INSIntegrated Nitrogen System
INSInformation Nurse Specialist
INSIndigenous Names Survey (Canada)
INSImproved NADGE Station
INSInitial Navy Stock
INSInternational Network Solutions, Inc.
INSIntegrated Navigation Set
INSIMF Institute Department (International Monetary Fund)
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References in classic literature ?
"I'm not sure. Do you mean that you could have forgiven him if he'd left you for a woman, but not if he's left you for an idea?
I THINK you did--however, you'd better not mention it to your friends just yet, for I'm not sure.
Yes, she married Manton, but I don't know about his liberality; I'm not sure but he cut her throat because he discovered that she lacked that excellent thing in woman, the middle toe of the right foot."
"I'm not sure," said the parrot; "but I think we're ship-wrecked.
"They only pretend they have." But he finished philosophically enough: "However, I got four portraits out of her, and I'm not sure if the last I was working on would ever have been a success."
"Well, I'm not sure about Kansas," said Oz, "for I haven't the faintest notion which way it lies.
You know I never had tea at a manse before, and I'm not sure that I know all the rules of etiquette, although I've been studying the rules given in the Etiquette Department of the Family Herald ever since I came here.
"I'm just thinking about that first bend by Kurru corner, sir," he said, "I'm not sure about the level."
I'm not sure that the humanity of the reader in these cases is of such comprehensive sympathy as the novelist's, and it may well be that the novelist undertakes all such hard labour under a misapprehension of the desires of the reader, who, as a rule, I fancy, is as anxious to join the ladies as the novelist himself.
"I'm not sure that they believe in the Land of Oz," said Dorothy, "though I've told 'em 'bout it lots of times."
"You see," said Father Brown, blinking modestly, "I'm not sure that the Armstrong cheerfulness is so very cheerful--for other people.
"I'm not sure I shall let you, after all," he declared, his eyes twinkling.