NVSS

AcronymDefinition
NVSSNRAO Vla Sky Survey
NVSSNetwork Video Storage Server
NVSSNational Vital Statistics System
NVSSNorthern Virginia Senior Softball (Fairfax, VA)
NVSSNetwork Visualization by Semantic Substrates
NVSSNetworked Video Surveillance System
NVSSNapa Valley Support Services (est. 1950; Napa, CA)
NVSSNuminbah Valley State School (Gold Coast, Australia)
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(3.) National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS), 2010; National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS), 2010; National Vital Statistics System (NVSS), 2010 [database online].
If the NVSs of two ECMs are not the same, then the two WDCCGs are not isomorphic.
Definition 3.6 Let [A.sub.NV] and [B.sub.NV] be two NVSs of the universe U.
Some districts participating in NVSS have started summer schools from scratch, while others have overhauled and expanded existing programs.
Using data from the 2006-2009 MEPS and the 2009 NVSS final death report, we calculated the total direct medical care expenditures for African American men was $447.6 billion of which $24.2 billion was excess medical care expenditures.
Conclusion: Common causes of short stature identified in this study were endocrine diseases followed by normal variant short stature (NVSS), while nonendocrine causes were the least.
BJP spokesman NVSS Prabhakar has alleged that the late chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y.
The most current data available from the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS), the 2010 preliminary file, are used to illustrate the recent trends and variations in teen childbearing.
Ananda's team also examined the galaxy in images from the NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS), then made new observations with the Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope (GMRT) in India, which observes at longer wavelengths than the VLA and is the premier telescope for observing at those long wavelengths.
Bob found employment at Raley's through the Napa Valley Support Services (NVSS), a community-based agency.
An analysis of annual data from the CDC's National Vital Statistic System (NVSS) identified an 8% increase in suicide from 2003 to 2004 among 10- to 24-year-olds, representing the largest single-year rise in 15 years, said Dr.
Arias stressed that "'we don't yet know if this is a short-lived increase or if it is the beginning of a trend." The reasons behind the increase are also unclear, she said, noting that the NVSS data allow for the identification of trends over time, but "[they do] not provide insight into the reasons for changes."