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NSNo Smoking
NSNon-Smoker
NSName Server
NSNetwork Simulator (networking research)
NSNova Scotia
NSNintendo Switch
NSNot Sure (survey response)
NSNatural Selection
NSNational Security
NSNot Significant
NSNot Specified
NSNew South
NSNetscape
NSNetwork Services
NSNew South Wales (Australia)
NSNorfolk Southern Railway (railroad)
NSNon Stop
NSNervous System
NSSuriname
NSNorth South
NSNorth Side
NSNorth Star (District in the Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
NSNew Style
NSNippon Shaft
NSNational Service
NSNew Series
NSNight Stand (TV show)
NSNeurosurgery
NSNew Scientist
NSNovi Sad (Vojvodina Province, Yugoslavia)
NSNaval Station
NSNorfork Southern (railway)
NSNuclear Safety
NSNetwork Solutions (various locations)
NSNeutron Star (astronomy)
NSNational Statistics
NSNot Started
NSNewsstand
NSNederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch Railroads)
NSNippon Steel (Japan)
NSNinja Storm (Power Rangers cartoon)
NSNormal Saline
NSNot Statistically Significant
NSNational Standard
NSNanosecond
NSNasal Spray (drug administration)
NSNo Support
NSNight Strike (gaming)
NSNo Standard
NSNetSuite
NSNational Socialism
NSNon-Structural (molecular biology)
NSNonstandard
NSNeXTStep (Apple Computer)
NSNegeri Sembilan (Malaysian state)
NSNo Show
NSNavy SEALs
NSNice Shot (games)
NSNickel Steel (product feature)
NSNavier-Stokes
NSNaming Service
NSNickServ (IRC Nickname Server)
NSNational Seashore (National Park Service)
NSNephrotic Syndrome
NSNaruto Shippuden (anime)
NSNot Scheduled
NSNew Spring (Wheel of Time short novel)
NSNeck Strap
NSNihon Spindle (Nihon Spindle Manufacturing Co. Ltd.)
NSNon Sequitur (Latin: Not Continuing, epigraphy)
NSNationStates (online game)
NSNorsk Standard (Norwegian Standard)
NSNullsoft (developers of Winamp)
NSNippon Seiki (Japan)
NSNada Surf (band)
NSNeighbor Solicitation (computing)
NSNanostructure
NSNo Surrender
NSNimbostratus (cloud formation)
NSNetwork Series
NSNumber of Stations
NSNear Side
NSNon-Stationary Stochastic (neural information processing)
NSNo Synchronization
NSNuclear Submarine
NSNoonan Syndrome
NSNetStumbler (wireless network discovery software)
NSNinja Scroll (gaming)
NSNon-Status
NSNeutral Site
NSNorthsouth
NSNuclear Shuttle
NSNull Space (mathematics)
NSNamed Storms (hurricanes)
NSNuclear Ship
NSNational Special (machine screw thread, Society of Automotive Engineers)
NSNut Shot
NSNerve-Sparing
NSNetwork Strategy
NSNinja Sword
NSNetwork Supervisor
NSNATO Secret
NSNo Soliciting
NSNuclear Survivability (US DoD)
NSNetStorm (video game)
NSNew Shekels
NSNature's Swiftness (gaming, World of Warcraft)
NSNegative Small (number)
NSNissan Soap (Japan)
NSNo Stuff (polite form)
NSNadeem-Shravan (Indian film composers)
NSNumber of Suspensions
NSN-Sider (gaming website)
NSNode Switches
NSNational Stanine (educational testing)
NSNon Serviceable
NSNaughty Sorceress (gaming, Kingdom of Loathing character)
NSNeighborhood Systems
NSNarrow Sample
NSNurullah Sonmez (Turkey)
NSNaval Sheltered (environment)
NSNetwork Selector
NSNetherton Disease
NSNeutralized Solution
NSNazareth Sisters
NSNachschrift (Geman: Post Scriptum (PS))
NSNetStorager System (SGI)
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"Fenton" was more of a traditional comic strip with a central cast of characters, so "Non Sequitur" is very different from "Fenton." "Non Sequitur" is a hybrid feature that combines all my past experience as an editorial cartoonist, magazine gag cartoonist, and comic strip cartoonist into one big hodgepodge.
The New Straits Times said the Non Sequitur cartoon was let-through by its sub-editor in charge because it was deemed ''inoffensive'' as it bore no image of the prophet or words offensive to Islam.
In other words, a non sequitur is the essence of illogic.
The article does, however, state, "The most important source of environmental, antibiotic-resistant bacteria is domestic animals." The caption would be a harmless non sequitur except that it appears to gratuitously blame the victims of human-perpetrated pollution.
For a discussion about choice-utility risk, please see "Choice-Utility Risk and Orthodoxy's Great Economic Non Sequitur" on page 40.
It sounds like it should be a non sequitur, like flying mole, or trophy-winning Spurs team.
And the idea that employment "of the affected workers" will not suffer because the affected wages are only a small part of costs is a non sequitur at best.
In One for Syl I was interested in exploring the non sequitur and asymmetric.
But take a normal course on logic and you are likely to be dozed to sleep with melatonin-laced nostrums like non sequitur, if p then q, and syllogistic fallacies.
One non sequitur says that, "if we must act in accordance with a correct conscience, then the obverse is also true: we must not follow a false or incorrect conscience."
The essay is brief and breezily appreciative, and tends to repetition or non sequitur as the imitative page layouts require.
His writing is characterized by its warmth and the non sequitur quality of its humor; his satire, although sharp, was never cruel.