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Ons

An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 30 grams, with slight regional variations.

ONS

See OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS.

ONS

see OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS.
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"Our role here at ONS is to provide high quality, trustworthy and relevant analytical evidence about our economy and society to help people make informed decisions.
Sy dramas en gedigte het die lewe en die karakters van ons omgewing verwoord.
"The continued development of CPIH, including its designation as a new National Statistic is subject to the ONS implementing a number of enhancements by the end of 2013," said the ONS.
* A voucher for the student to take the ONS Cancer Basics online course
"Wat gaan julle nou doen?" vra Monsieur Bonnet, en ek verduidelik dat ons vir veiligheid 'n hele paar uur oopgehou het voordat ons die trein op die Gare du Nord moet haal.
A source close to the four workers affected by the change accused the ONS of deliberately giving the wrong impression by implying that the deal was dependant on staff volunteering to have their hours slashed.
Check out the sneaker style Sock Ons which look like cute baby trainers, perfect for jazzing up your baby's Christmas day outfit.
Therefore, we will continue publishing a monthly news magazine that is mailed to your home, with an electronic version being available on the ONS Web site.
The ONS system features two electrical leads (about 11/2 inches long and a half-inch wide) implanted under the skin at the base of the skull.
He said meeting an ONS request is much more rapid than is traditional in Army acquisitions.
In the Budget on Wednesday the Chancellor George Osborne announced funding of more than PS10m for the project, which will modernise the ONS to enable it to produce more "innovative, precise and timely" statistics.