N240

AcronymDefinition
N240Negativity at 240 Milliseconds
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This indicated the nitrogen fertilizer application level of N240 kg N x [ha.sup.-1] can allow current N application rates to reduce by 20% while still maintain crop yields.
Access to the FRUs, and consequently facial recognition, may occur about 250 ms after seeing a face (as reflected by several ERP modulations: N240, the early repetition effect, N250r, visual memory potential), with involvement of ventral temporal areas and the medial temporal lobe in the process.
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'The defendant is also accused of obtaining the sum of N240, 000 from Mr Segun Sodeyinde for a business deal, but instead converted the money to his own use.
A 28-year-old man, Dankaratu Kareem, was on Monday brought before a Badagry Chief Magistrates' Court in Lagos State for allegedly stealing an unregistered motorcycle, valued at N240,000.
A 22-year-old man, Amos David, on Wednesday appeared before an Ota Magistrates' Court in Ogun for allegedly stealing a motorcycle valued at N240,000.
THE National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP), an agency under the purview of Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, has saved the nation the sum of N240 billion through technologies licensing in the past six years.
He noted that:'As pultry farmers we need regular power supply to carry out our day-to-day operations effectively but when we do not have electricity supply, we depend largely on the use of power generating set and a litre of diesel as of today is between N240 to N250.
Likewise, while market capitalisation shed N240.6 billion last week to close at N11.3 trillion.
A 38-year-old man, Mohammed Usman, on Wednesday appeared before a Chief Magistrates' Court in Kaduna, over an alleged theft of two laptops worth N240,000.
The police commissioner also said the police recovered N240,000 from the suspect.
This INEC will spend over N240 billion to conduct the coming 2019 polls.