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INSInertial Navigation System
INSInsurance
INSInstruction
INSI'm Not Sure
INSInsert
INSInspection
INSInsulin
INSInsensitive
INSInternal Navigation System (US Navy; US DoD)
INSStar Trek: Insurrection (Star Trek movie)
INSInvasive Non-Native Species
INSInternational Network Services (company)
INSInstitute of Nature Study (Japan)
INSInput String
INSInstituto Nacional de Seguros (Costa Rica's insurance institution)
INSInstitutul National de Statistica (Romania)
INSImmigration & Naturalization Service (reorganized in 2003 under DHS, functions divided among USCIS, ICE and CBP)
INSInstitut National de la Statistique (French)
INSInfusion Nurses Society
INSIntegrated Network Solutions
INSInternational News Service
INSI'm Not Stupid
INSIsraeli Navy Ship
INSInformation Systems
INSInstrument Music File
INSInput Stream
INSInteroperable Naming Server
INSInternal Nonhostile Structured
INSInstall Shield
INSInsert Code
INSInternet Sign-up
INSIntelligent Network Server
INSIntelligent Network Services
INSIncrement Stack Pointer
INSInternet Naming Service
INSInternet Communication Settings
INSIntegrated Notification System
INSInstallation Script
INSInternational Neuropsychological Society
INSIn Nomine Satanis (roleplaying game)
INSItchy and Scratchy (The Simpsons)
INSInformation Network System
INSInternational Numbering System
INSindependent news service
INSIndian Newspaper Society (New Delhi, India)
INSIowa Network Services, Inc.
INSIntravenous Nurses Society
INSIndian Naval Ship
INSIdiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome
INSIndie Night School (podcast)
INSIron Soldering
INSIntegrated Netfinity Server
INSIntranasal Steroids
INSIntelligent Notification Services (IBM)
INSInformatics Nurse Specialist (American Nurses Association)
INSIntegrated Network System
INSInterstate Nuclear Services
INSInstitute of Nuclear Studies (Japan)
INSIndirect Sourcing (Nokia)
INSInternet Configuration Settings (file name extension)
INSIntelligent Network Systems
INSInelastic Neutron Scattering/Spectrometer
INSIndependent NECA (National Exchange Carrier Association) Services, Inc.
INSInstitute of National Strategy
INSInstitute of Naval Studies
INSIntegrated Nitrogen System
INSInformation Nurse Specialist
INSImproved NADGE Station
INSIndigenous Names Survey (Canada)
INSInitial Navy Stock
INSInternational Network Solutions, Inc.
INSIntegrated Navigation Set
INSIMF Institute Department (International Monetary Fund)
References in classic literature ?
"Certainly," replied the Insurance Agent; "have I not been trying all this time to convince you that I do?"
INSURANCE AGENT: O dear, no -- we could not afford to do that.
"The insurance companies charge the highly trained chemists that handle explosives eight times what they charge the workingmen.
Are you aware of the delays that are likely to take place before it will be possible to borrow money on your policy of insurance?"
My heart was an amazement of excellence to the insurance doctors.
This accident, with the loss of my insurance, and with the more serious loss of my hair, the whole of which had been singed off by the fire, predisposed me to serious impressions, so that, finally, I made up my mind to take a wife.
Harold, messenger to the Planet Insurance Company and one of the most assiduous money-borrowers in London, had listened to the office gossip about the legacy as if to the strains of some grand, sweet anthem.
"I thought an insurance company never smashed," was Helen's contribution.
On hearing the news about the insurance, Amelia, in a good deal of alarm, entreated her husband to go to Brussels, where Jos then was, and inquire into the state of his affairs.
It was a hard trial of the courage and means of an individual to have to fit out another costly expedition, where so much had already been expended, so much uncertainty prevailed, and where the risk of loss was so greatly enhanced, that no insurance could be effected.
I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing.
"Bless my insurance policy, but it's a terrible beast!"