NAON

AcronymDefinition
NAONNational Association of Orthopaedic Nurses
NAONNatural Advantage of Nations (textbook)
NAONNational Association of Nurses (National Association of Government Employees)
NAONNATO Air Operations Net
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Despite this, the NAON considered chlorhexidine solution as the most efficient in cleaning pin sites, due to its antimicrobial properties.
Coronel Miranda Naon precisaba en su discurso que Caseros simbolizaba el cierre de esa epoca de <<oprobio y de terror>>, la pesadilla del orden rosista (35).
The coupling of AMOc and NAOp phases was in place from 1971 through 1994 (first regime, wet); the coupling of AMOw and NAOn phases was in place from 1995 through 2013 (second regime, dry).
En este documento, suscripto por el presidente de la entidad, Bartolome Naon, y por el prosecretario, Jorge Aguado, se denunciaba igualmente la politica de comercializacion, almacenamiento, sanitaria, la infiltracion ideologica en el INTA, y por supuesto, el Proyecto de Ley Agraria, que deliberadamente lesionaba los legitimos intereses de todo productor agropecuario, abriendo un vasto cauce a la arbitrariedad y la fractura del ordenamiento juridico vigente, "promoviendo con irresponsabilidad la desunion y quiza la violencia en la comunidad nacional" (47).
Their record was not impressive; the placement rate was only about 20%, most of the jobs (70%) were part-time, and the pay was low (average monthly pay: NIS 3,100: Naon and Fischman, 2011), and often without fringe benefits.
Naon, and Senor Eduardo Suarez, the diplomatic representatives of
Grigera Naon points out that the participation of Latin-American countries in international arbitrations has up scaled: in 1996, 11.5% of the parties involved in ICC cases were Latin-American: whereas in 1987, this group was represented by only 3.8% (GARCEZ, 1997).
15 Ben-Aryeh H, Laor R, Szargel R, Gutman D, Naon H, Pascal M, et al: Saliva for monitoring of patients with primary affective disorders.