SIN

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AcronymDefinition
SINSpecial Item Number (lists GSA contractor service and/or product requirements)
SINSocial Insurance Number (Canada)
SINSine
SINSinus
SINSir Isaac Newton
SINStrength in Numbers
SINSistema Interligado Nacional (Portuguese: National Interconnected System, Brazil)
SINSafety In Numbers
SINSilicon Nitride
SINSubstitute It Now (International Chemical Secretariat)
SINSpecial Item Number
SINSocial Insurance Number
SINSerial in
SINServicio de Inteligencia Nacional (Spanish: National Intelligence Service; Peru)
SINServicio de Impuestos Nacionales (Spanish: National Tax Service; Bolivia)
SINSocietà Italiana di Nefrologia
SINScientific Information Network
SINSinaloa (Estado de) (México)
SINSocietà Italiana di Neurologia
SINSpanish International Network
SINShadow in the Night (song)
SINNorthern Sinai (Egyptian automobile license plate)
SINSpeech in Noise (audiology)
SINServicio de Inteligencia Naval (Spanish: Naval Intelligence Service; Argentina and Chile)
SINSecurities Industry News
SINShadaloo Intimidation Network (gaming)
SINSatan's Identification Number
SINSingapore, Singapore - Changi International Airport (Airport Code)
SINStop Islam Now
SINSouth Australian Sex Industry Network
SINSelf Inflicted Nonsense
SINStatus Indicator Normal (telecommunications)
SINSuperconductor-Insulator-Normal Metal (aka Normal Metal-Insulator-Superconductor)
SINSubstance Identification Number (United Nations)
SINService Identification Number
SINService Interruption Notification (various organizations)
SINScottish Islands Network
SINStatus Indication Normal Alignment (SS7)
SINSelf-Implementation Notice
SINSynthetic Infant Nutrition (formula)
SINSystem Identification Network
SINSupport Information Network
SINSelf Induced Negativity
SINScwerezeresches Institut für Nuklearforschung (Switzerland)
SINStudy Item Number
SINStock Inventory Number
SINStandard Inventory Number
SINSpherically Integrated Nearfield
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Ganaba US$15 diarios como camarero mientras estudiaba periodismo en la Universidad de California en Los Angeles, hasta que consiguio un empleo en Univision, llamada entonces Spanish International Network.
In 1976 Televisa made use of its Spanish International Network (SIN) to acquire 20 percent of the stock of the Spanish International Communications Corporation (SICC).
Salinas' career dates to 1981, when she served as a reporter, anchor, and public affairs host for KMEX-34 in Los Angeles — today Univision's West Coast flagship but at the time tied to predecessor Spanish International Network (SIN).