NPNS

AcronymDefinition
NPNSNi Putes ni Soumises (French: Neither Prostitutes nor Submissives; feminist movement)
NPNSNorth Portland Neighborhood Services (Portland, OR)
NPNSNon-Proliferation and Nuclear Safeguards (Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen; EU; Italy)
NPNSNo Plug, No Sale
NPNSNorthern Pulp Nova Scotia Corporation (est. 2008; Atlas Holdings; paper production)
NPNSNo Pets, No Smoking (real estate slang)
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When a producer's NPN is deleted from an application, the producer may have no way to get paid for making a sale, or even to help a consumer with coverage problems.
NPNS wholeheartedly and unequivocally supports the anticipated public burqa ban in France as a straightforward public safety measure and as a women's rights measure to ensure secularism, gender equality, and gender desegregation in the public space.
By 2005, the NPNS issued a manifesto that embraced the label "feminist," saying that "there is no fight for women's emancipation other than the struggle against all forms of fundamentalism and obscurantism" and identifying secularism and mixite (gender integration) as the two pillars of feminism (a historical inaccuracy because neither have been central to the French Second Wave movement, particularly not mixite, which means both ending sexual segregation in society, but also rejecting the women-only organizing so central to 1970-1980s feminism).
(29) In addition to Delphy and a number of other relatively prominent left-wing intellectuals and activists, the announcement is also signed by Ni Proxos Ni Machos (Neither Pimps nor Machos), a group formed in response to NPNS (30) by a local Parisian branch of the well-known Mouvement contre le Racisme et pour l'Amitie entre les Peuples/Movement against Racism and for Goodwill among People (MRAP).
The resistive degeneration of R1 helps reduce the common mode gain of the NPNs thereby reducing common mode signals such as the low frequency noise injected from the biasing circuitry.
Issuers weren't great at the theory or practical aspects of keeping track of producers' National Producer Numbers (NPNs).
Lovelace, "Bonding Pad Models for Silicon VLSI Technologies and Their Effects on the Noise Figures of RF NPNs," IEEE Microwace and Millimeter-wave Monolithic Circuits Symposium Digest, 1994, pp.
HealthCare.gov exchange producers have complained for years about problems with National Producer Numbers (NPNs) dropping off of exchange plan clients' applications.
The exchange managers have included a table showing A/B's how to get their National Producer Numbers (NPNs) into HealthCare.gov systems; information about how the SHOP exchange division can interact with A/B's; many references to how A/B's fit in at various stages of the individual or small-group enrollment process; and a discussion of the "limited circumstances" in which A/B's may be able to charge "an additional fee" for a "bona fide service of value that goes beyond the traditional assistance provided by an A/B."
Drug Identification Numbers (DIN) and Natural Health Product Identification Numbers (NPN) were collected.
NPN (not to be confused with the National New Play Network, or NNPN, featured in the inaugural Jan.
In 2000, for the eighth year in a row, the cruise line and the National Professionals Network (NPN) are sponsoring the 21st Century Leadership Summit at Sea aboard the cruise line's Voyager of the Seas.