MSN

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AcronymDefinition
MSNMicrosoft Network
MSNMaster's of Science in Nursing
MSNMission
MSNMobile Suit (Newtype; Gundam gaming)
MSNMedical Surgical Nursing
MSNMessi-Suárez-Neymar (nickname for Barcelona soccer stars)
MSNMake Some Noise
MSNMobile Social Network
MSNMobile Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks (International Conference)
MSNMedicare Summary Notice
MSNMultiple Subscriber Number (ISDN)
MSNMichigan School of Nursing
MSNMiddle School North (various locations)
MSNModem Serial Number
MSNMultilayer Switched Network
MSNMulticast Service Node
MSNManufacturing Sequence Number
MSNMultiple Serial Number
MSNMultiple Subscriber Number
MSNMobile Service Node
MSNMulti System Network
MSNManagement Services Network (various locations)
MSNMahou Sensei Negima (anime)
MSNMessage Sequence Number
MSNMandatory Spay/Neuter
MSNMuseum Security Network (mailing list)
MSNMartian Successor Nadesico (anime series)
MSNMicrosoft Service Network
MSNMaquila Solidarity Network (Canada)
MSNManufacturer Serial Number
MSNMilitary Service Number
MSNMoesin (gene)
MSNMexico Solidarity Network
MSNMerchant Services Network
MSNMulti-Service Network
MSNMultiple Special Needs
MSNMedium Spiny Neurons
MSNMath/Science Network (Oakland, CA)
MSNMadison, WI, USA - Dane County Regional Airport (Airport Code)
MSNMonitoring Cell Sequence Number
MSNMost Significant Nibble
MSNMulti-Service Node
MSNMaine Support Network (Readfield, ME)
MSNMuslim Student Network
MSNMechanical Serial Number
MSNMesoporous Silica Nanoparticle
MSNMarine Safety Network
MSNModern Satellite Network
MSNMemorial Service Network (National Cemetery Administration; US VA)
MSNMethodist Student Network (University of South Carolina)
MSNMass Spectrometry to the N-th Power
MSNMigration Storage Node
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In 2013 I became the moderator of the Museum Security Network after its founder, Ton Cremers, the former Head of Security at the Rijksmuseum, retired.
editor for the Museum Security Network website and an authority on high-value crime.
Anytime you talk about a heist with many millions of dollars it turns heads and feeds the imagination," said Jonathan Sazonoff, US editor for the Museum Security Network website and an authority on high-value crime.
The theft and the sentencing happened several years ago but just popped on to my radar and resulted in my finding another neat source of library/security information, the library theft category of the Museum Security Network blog [www.museum-security.org/?cat=22].
That made it very easy for whoever took the painting, said Ton Cremers, director of the Netherlands-based Museum Security Network, which keeps tabs on the protection of art around the world.
Holland-based Cremers, of the Museum Security Network, added: "This is certainly the easiest way to get hold of a valuable painting.
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