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Synonyms for NPC

an agency that serves as the focal point for all Intelligence Community activities related to nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their missile delivery systems

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The unanimously adopted resolution, a seat of vice president, joint secretary, and secretary have been reserved for women in the NPC cabinet.
Therefore, the NPC in early 2006 and 2007-2008 correspond to Mars Years 28 and 29, respectively.
Patients with NPC have high-level anti-Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) antibodies, especially immunoglobulin A (IgA), compared to regional healthy carriers and patients with other head and neck diseases.
These changes are sparking new conversations and challenges, and I look forward to working with NPC to address them," said Mr.
3% of Iran's GDP, NPC said in fiscal 2006/07, it had produced 18m tons of basic, intermediate, and finished chemicals.
The NPC also is building an online noise law library with federal, state, local, and European noise-related laws and regulations as well as proposed regulations.
payments to extinguish or terminate a party's rights and obligations under an NPC, but not including periodic or nonperiodic payments made at maturity of an NPC) on NPCs that are capital assets in a taxpayer's hands would generate capital gain or loss.
Li is expected to be replaced as NPC chairman by Vice Premier Wu Bangguo.
This program allows us to showcase growers from around the country who use different practices to protect the environment," says Dave Lavway, NPC government relations director, Greenwood Village, Colo.
NPC is most likely to sub-contract subassembly when the capital cost to install required equipment and technologies no longer allows for standard margins or improved market advantages for future development.
Thus, a loss realized with respect to an NPC will not be recognized under section 1092(a) to the extent the taxpayer has an unrecognized gain in one or more offsetting positions.
Their just-completed epidemiologic study, which they plan to publish soon, involved 250 Hong Kong NPC patients and an equal number of matched controls.
The units sold by PHI include 10 fee-owned locations, which NPC will lease from PHI.
vice president, scientific and medical affairs, will be the company's representative on the NPC board of directors.
They held out this assurance while talking to media men during their visit to NPC here Monday.