NSM

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AcronymDefinition
NSMNational Semiconductor Corporation (stock symbol)
NSMNasjonal Sikkerhetsmyndighet (Norwegian: National Security Authority)
NSMNijmegen School of Management (Netherlands)
NSMNetwork Security Manager (Intellitactics)
NSMNational Socialist Movement
NSMNew School of Music (Cambridge, MA)
NSMNaval Station Mayport (Jacksonville, FL)
NSMNet Shared Memory
NSMNetwork Security Manager
NSMNetware Services Manager
NSMNtb Status Monitor
NSMNetwork Server Monitor
NSMNovell Security Manager
NSMNetwork Status Monitor
NSMNovell Storage Manager
NSMNalu Service Manager
NSMNetwork Storage Manager
NSMNetworked Systems Management
NSMNetwork and Systems Management
NSMNot So Much
NSMNASDAQ Stock Market
NSMNetSupport Manager (software)
NSMNational Seating and Mobility (seating system; Alsip, IL)
NSMNetScreen-Security Manager (Juniper Networks)
NSMNational Soaring Museum (Elmira, NY)
NSMNon Spacing Mark
NSMNational Sales Manager
NSMnear-surface mounted
NSMNaval Strike Missile (Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, Norway)
NSMNational Safety Month (June)
NSMNetwork Security Management
NSMNatural Semantic Metalanguage
NSMNational Safety Mark (shipping; Canada)
NSMNetwork Service Module
NSMNormal Stacking Mode (chemistry)
NSMNew Social Movement
NSMNetwork Security Monitor
NSMNew Service Model
NSMNational Selected Morticians (now Selected Independent Funeral Homes)
NSMNational Standard Method (health screenings)
NSMNetwork System Management
NSMNetwork Storage Module
NSMNevada State Museum
NSMNon-Stipendiary Minister
NSMNon-Science Major (various schools)
NSMNutrition Society of Malaysia
NSMNetwork Service Manager (Sprint)
NSMNatural Systems Model
NSMNet Send Manager (software)
NSMNetwork Station Manager
NSMNew Smoking Material (UK)
NSMNovel Superconducting Materials (physics journal)
NSMNew Scientist Magazine
NSMNiagara Science Museum (New York)
NSMNondeterministic State Machine
NSMNovell Security Manager (software)
NSMNOHRSC (National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center) Snow Model
NSMNumerical Spectral Model
NSMNext Subvolume Method
NSMNihon Spindle Manufacturing (Japan)
NSMNASDAQ National Market System
NSMNational Systems Management (Alexandria, VA)
NSMNeural Space Mapping
NSMNodal Satellite Multiplexer
NSMNatural Spirit Ministries
NSMNational Security Medal
NSMNetsys Service-Level Management (Cisco)
NSMNet Square Meter
NSMnegative small move
NSMNursing Service Management (Sheppard AFB, TX)
NSMNear-Field Scanning Microscope
NSMNarrow Band Sensor Monitor
NSMNorth Seeking Module
NSMNuclear Spectrum Measurement
NSMNetwork Survivability Manager
NSMNode Subsystem Management
NSMNew Sensitive Male
NSMNon-Selective Media (microbiology)
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It sounds like science fiction--a silicon chip that restores function to the part of a brain damaged by Alzheimer's disease, stroke, or epilepsy Yet, it may be coming closer to reality Researchers at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, will test a chip that would sit on the skull, communicating with the brain through two sets of electrodes on either side of the damaged area, the March 15 issue of New Scientist magazine reported.
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