NETS
Nationwide Emergency Telecommunications System

Military dictionary. 2000.

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  • NETS — or Nets may refer to: Nets Group, a Danish/Norwegian electronic payment services company. (Merger between Bankenes Betalingssentral and PBS A/S) New Jersey Nets, an American basketball team. Cricket nets NET as an acronym may refer to: Network… …   Wikipedia

  • nets — cher·vo·nets; nets; nets·man; olo·nets; tcher·vo·nets; ol·nets; sol·o·nets; …   English syllables

  • nets — nèts prt., nẽts Stč žr. 1 net: Kiškis nuo laukinių obuoliukų kad susiraukia baisiausiai ir iš to susiraukimo nets užsimerkia Sml. Žvairom pažiūrėjo, nèts man pagailėjo Rm. Tam liokajui nẽts dūšia išpuolė BM192. Dvyliktai adynai atėjus,… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • nets — Fishing nets could be either let down (Luke 5:4) from a boat, or cast (John 21:6), or thrown from the shore (Matt. 4:18). The dragnet (Matt. 13:47) which collected a variety of species of fish (there were twenty four species in the Sea of… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • NETS — National Education Technology Standards (Community » Educational) **** Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (Governmental » Transportation) * Nikkei Electronics Technical Section (Business » Firms) * Network Engineering and Technology Section… …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • NETS — National Eye Trauma System; Network for Employers for Traffic Safety …   Medical dictionary

  • NETS — NASA Engineering Trackings System NASA …   Acronyms

  • NETS — NASA Engineering Trackings System ( > NASA Acronym List ) …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • nets — net n. mesh like fabric; web, network; (Sports) strip or structure of netting used in games (such as tennis, volleyball, basketball, etc.); web used to catch fish; trap, snare; network of interconnected computers v. trap, snare; make a net profit …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nets — sent …   Anagrams dictionary

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