NRSA


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NRSANational Research Service Award (US National Institutes of Health)
NRSANational Remote Sensing Agency (India)
NRSANeighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (various locations)
NRSANon-Revenue Space Available (airline travel)
NRSANeurophysin-Related Cell-Surface Antigen (cancer)
NRSANaval Research Science Advisor
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In 2008, the NRSA spent about $751 million supporting research for 16,370 researchers, of whom 1,487, or about 9 percent, received so-called "F32" postdoctoral fellowships.
The NRSA, in its explanation, said that employers, be it public or private sector, have the right to reject Emiratis who haven't completed their national service, or have been exempted.
Ahmadou Moustapha Ndiaye, the World Bank country manager for Uganda, said the commissioning of the road project clearly "demonstrates that World Bank's lending is bearing some fruits." Apart from funding the road construction, Ndiaye said the world's largest financial institution is already exploring ways of supporting road safety mechanisms through the establishment of a National Roads Safety Authority (NRSA).
In CCA 201117026, (19) the IRS reaffirmed an earlier CCA (20) concluding that amounts paid by a university to postdoctoral fellows under research grants, other than the National Research Service Award (NRSA) grants, were subject to Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) taxes.
The National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) had said that the construction work was on at the Zangmu site on the Chinese side of the Brahmaputra River.
But let's just say, you know a potential NRSA when you see it.
"The animals, including rabbits, that we took from the RSPCA were constantly having babies and are now in need of a good home and some love." NRSA Rescue is no stranger to rescuing small animals from across the region and have come across many disturbing cases of their own.
Research funding support was obtained from a NRSA Fellowship F 31 NR009443-01; NAPNAP Foundation for Pilot Study Work; Columbia University-Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association Scholarship.
The payload is designed to cater to applications in cartography, terrain modeling, cadastral mapping etc., These images were supplied by NRSA, Hyderabad, India.(http://www.nrsa.gov.in)
The spatial analysis of the socioeconomic data along with infrastructure facilities of the revenue villages is carried over for locating (NRSA 1997)