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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NEW CALEDONIA.
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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for New Caledonia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from New Caledonian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for New Caledonia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to New Caledonia.

3. A slang term for non-callable bond.
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Current Year 11 students can now sign up to the summer 2018 NCS programme.
Therefore, the uses and interface of codification data in the logistics life cycle is very important and useful." She added that "the implementation of NCS is an important contribution to logistics interoperability between allies, and it also gains financial benefits."
The Role of Endocrine-Disruption Studies in the NCS
Although specific human studies of endocrine disruption may be well justified, overall the evidence supporting endocrine disruption in humans is not sufficiently strong that endocrine disruption studies should be a primary motivating factor for the NCS. Nonetheless, although the NCS (if it is ever realized) is likely to be justified on the basis of core hypotheses that are not centered on endocrine disruption, if properly designed the NCS could serve as an excellent resource for investigating hypotheses regarding endocrine disruption in the future.
The 54-year-old NCS has more than 600 members, including many syndicated creators.
However, they still had many questions about different aspects of the NCS. Also, although the NCB staff in the Czech Republic has become very knowledgeable about the NCS, they still needed to educate their user community.
It is quite refreshing to hear the thoughts and ideas about the NCS from someone just recently exposed to it and striving to learn all they can."
The technical requirement phase will highlight NCS implementation in such areas as the NATO Commercial and Governmental Entity Codes (NCAGE), the governance structure of the NCS (ACodP-1), NATO Mailbox System and U.S.
iii) Since {[[phi].sub.N]} [subset or equal to] L for any NCL on X, therefore by (ii) and Example 3.1, NC[A.sup.*] (l) [subset or equal to] NC[A.sup.*] ({[O.sub.N]}) = NCcl(A) for any NCS A on X.