NIS

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NISNorton Internet Security (Symantec software)
NISNewly Independent States
NISNaval Investigative Service
NISNetwork Information Service (aka Yellow Pages)
NISNationwide Inpatient Sample
NISNetwork Information Services
NISNew Independent States
NISNetwork Information System
NISNew Israeli Shekel (currency in Israel)
NISNippon Ichi Software
NISNuova Italia Scientifica (Italian: New Scientific Italy; book)
NISNational Intelligence Service (various countries)
NISNear-Infrared Spectrometer
NISNational Immunization Survey
NISSodium Iodide Symporter
NISNational Insurance Services (Brookfield, WI)
NISNational Incidence Study (child abuse; US DHHS)
NISNational Integrity System (anti-corruption)
NISNon-Interventional Study (pharmaceutical development)
NISNorton Internet Security
NISNetwork Infrastructure Services
NISNetwork Interconnection Service
NISNetwork Information Service
NISNamo Image Slicer
NISNational Institutes of Statistics (various locations)
NISNational Indicator Set (UK)
NISNational Intelligence Survey
NISNagoya International School (est. 1964; Japan)
NISNegative Ion Source
NISNuclear Information Service (UK)
NISNational Institute of Sports (India)
NISNorwegian International School (Hong Kong)
NISNational Indoor Stadium (Beijing, China)
NISNavigation Information Service (US DoT)
NISNational Intelligence Strategy
NISNational Intelligence System (police incident code; New Zealand)
NISNormally in Stock (merchandise)
NISNot In Stock
NISNational Information System
NISNigeria Immigration Service
NISNot in Service
NISNeighborhood Improvement Services (various locations)
NISNational Information Service (various countries)
NISNational Identity Scheme (UK)
NISNorsk Internasjonalt Skipsregister (Norwegian International Ship Registery)
NISNon-Intrinsically Safe
NISNational Industry Standards (housing)
NISNew Incentive Scheme
NISNishimachi International School (Tokyo, Japan)
NISNetwork Infrastructure Solutions
NISNational Insurance System
NISNonproliferation and International Security division (US DOE)
NISNormal Metal-Insulator-Superconductor (aka Superconductor-Insulator-Normal Metal)
NISNATO Identification System
NISNon-Interactive Sequence (gaming)
NISNational Implementation Strategy
NISNational Intelligence System
NISNuclear Instrumentation System
NISNational Improvement Strategy (UK)
NISNon-Proliferation and International Security
NISNational Input Segment
NISNaval Inspection Service (US Navy)
NISNeurological Impairment Scale
NISNet Income Statement (finance)
NISNATO International Staff
NISNeighborhood Improvement Strategy
NISNational Insurance Specialists
NISNoise Information System
NISNational Integration Services (touchscreen manufacturer)
NISNew Immigrant Study
NISNetwork Integrity Services Ltd (Stockport, Cheshire, UK)
NISNational Imagery System
NISNational Interdepartmental Seminar
NISNIMA Information Service
NISNMCS (Non-Mission Capable Status) Information System (US DoD)
NISNon-Invasive Sampling
NISNestlé Investor Seminar
NISNet Interest Spreads
NISNegotiation Information System
NISNetworked Information Storage
NISNitrogen Inerting System (military aviation, fuel subsystem)
NISNonprofit Insurance Services (Hanover, PA)
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The leaders of various sub- national groups wanted to dominate political scenario of newly independent states of Asia and Africa.
There are five chapters: Christian Right oHistorianso: fabricating a oUsable Pasto; Massachusetts Bay Colony: Early American model of a Christian nation; Eighteenth-century America: sacred and secular; Constituting religion in the newly independent states; constituting the separation of church and state in the new republic.
The principal architects of the Declaration on the Right to Development were newly independent States organised within the Non-Aligned Movement.
On the chances of newly independent states joining the EU, he said: "I find it difficult to believe that millions of people who were already EU citizens would be forced out, and made to apply to come back in."
They sought to fulfill Secretary of State James Baker's promise to Congress that the State Department would open embassies in the Newly Independent States by the end of that month.
She led a successful effort to get the funding for the newly independent states after the disintegration of the Soviet Union and support for the Dayton accords.
Therefore, the peoples of both countries need to reframe the question of citizenship in the two newly independent states, by re-imagining a common humanity and citizenship leads to a recognition of the fact that their futures, as two sovereign states, are linked.
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) marked its fifth decade in 2010, a heady achievement for a group which started out as a collection of newly independent states with little leverage over the international oil companies, says The Gulf a sister publication of OGN.
This clean slate in relation to previous treaty obligations for newly independent states is only limited in relation to boundary regimes:
* JAPAN: Shiseido has commenced sales of its global Shiseido brand prestige skin care and makeup lines in the Newly Independent States (NIS) of the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Belarus.
This compares to 36 percent in the Middle East and North Africa, 32 percent in the Newly Independent States, 23 percent in Latin America, 19 percent in the Western Balkans and Turkey, 11 percent in the Asia-Pacific region and just 5 percent in European Union countries and North America.
Entry-into-force was delayed due to the collapse of the USSR and awaiting an annex that enforced the terms of the treaty upon the newly independent states of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.