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NT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Iraqi-Saudi Neutral Zone, which ceased to exist in 1991.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Iraqi-Saudi Neutral Zone. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the territory.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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In addition to a state-of-the-art Internet service, NTS also offers a full suite of business services including:
In May, NTS announced it was selling about 120 acres of its 150-acre parcel for $40 million, but the acreage lies in a buffer zone where no testing was done.
We are extremely pleased to have NTS as a customer, and very excited to see them select the VantEdge and embrace an intelligent central office architecture to expand their broadband service capabilities.
Mitguard said it is possible contamination from Bermite migrated to NTS -- possibly in the groundwater because NTS is downhill from Bermite, and in the soil because the properties are adjacent -- but this would not rule out NTS as a source of contamination.
About NTS Albuquerque NTS Albuquerque is the center for NTS Engineering Services and provides the organization's largest engineering services capability with mechanical, electrical, software, structural, analysis and systems engineers as well as experienced program managers.
This time we had worked more painstakingly with NTS to work out the logistics to accommodate the situation.
Jenzabar NTS is a software product designed to work with an institution's existing student information, ERP and payment processing systems.
Pollution is in the general area (of NTS and Bermite.
Lance Butler, CEO of B & B Technologies, stated, "We are very excited to join the NTS organization.
These facilities will allow NTS to create "centers of excellence" with truly exceptional capabilities for nuclear and space testing in support of NTS's mission to be the natural first choice for independent testing solutions.
The eminent domain action dates back to 1999, when the city of Santa Clarita forcibly acquired 5 1/2 acres of NTS property in order to build Golden Valley Road, the first portion of what will eventually be a cross-valley connector, according to Brian Pierik, assistant city attorney for Santa Clarita.
While traditional administrative and ERP systems generally lack the flexibility to handle the unique attributes of these programs, Jenzabar NTS was designed solely to market, administer and evaluate non-traditional offerings, from one-time, one-day courses to a defined multi-course curriculum, on campus or online.