SNBS

AcronymDefinition
SNBSSierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep
SNBSStatewide Nesting Beach Survey (est. 1979)
SNBSSlovene National Benefit Society
SNBSSociété Nouvelle des Briques de Saga (French)
SNBSSommeil Network Business Services (Bogota, Columbia)
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The Swiss National Bank (SNB) will reopen its counter for the general public at its head office in Berne at Bundesplatz 1 on 26 August 2019.
The secondary nodal basin (SNB) was defined as a segment of pericolonic soft tissue more than 5 cm away from the mucosal edge of the tumor (Figure 1).
Therefore, SNB was present in only 68% (78 of 114) of the initially node-negative and in only 53% (46 of 87) of the node-positive specimens of the study group (Table 1).
Figure 2(a) shows the calculated short-current density [J.sub.sc] of MSNBs, SNBs, and flat silicon structure as a function of thickness of metal bowl shell d.
Caption: FIGURE 2: (a) Calculated short-current density [J.sub.sc] of MSNBs, SNBs, and flat silicon structure as a function of thickness of metal bowl shell d.
Brian's consulting abilities and his understanding of Deltek Vision's Project Management and Resource Management Tools, ensures SNBS clients a rich source of industry experience and best practices.
SNBS Managing Partner Steve Hake says, “Brian's success comes from asking clients the right questions, listening intently, and dovetailing a firm's requirements with Deltek Vision's functionality to craft a viable solution.
These patients underwent unilateral lower limb surgery and received sciatic nerve blockade (SNB) in addition to either femoral nerve blockade (FNB) or lumbar plexus block (LPB).
To the Editor.--We read with interest the publication by Elliott et al (1) about sentinel node biopsy (SNB) after neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC).
The SNBS 2.0 certification scheme is now officially available on the Swiss market and the standard can be downloaded from the website of the standard owner, NNBS.
The Swiss National Bank (SNB) is maintaining its expansionary monetary policy, with the aim of stabilising price developments and supporting economic activity.
For 2017, the SNB expects inflation of 0.2%, compared to 0.3% forecast in the last quarter, while for 2018, the forecast has fallen from 0.9% to 0.6%.