95 Hardcover QC441 Goldstein, who is not otherwise identified, offers a reference for scientists and engineers in any of the many fields where they might encounter polarized light, and a textbook for graduate or advanced undergraduate students who have studied calculus and linear algebra and perhaps introductory physics.
What does NOI stand for?
NOI stands for Not Otherwise Identified
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 56 other meanings of NOI in our Acronym Attic
- Net Operating Income
- Netherlands Oost-Indië
- Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
- New Organizing Institute
- Nitrogen & Other Inerts
- No Offense Intended
- No Other Information
- Node Operator Interface
- Non-Operational Intelligence (US Navy)
- Northern Optotronics Inc. (Canada)
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However, although Rich calls her by her first name this female survivor is not otherwise identified nor is she interviewed on her own (her name, Milka Lester, appears only in the credits).
New forms will also be provided to help better analyze position counts and identify expenditures for information technology, marketing and public information, state-owned vehicles and class 090 series expenditures not otherwise identified.
Cars include all cars with the exception of the "other" category which includes both cars and trucks not otherwise identified by make.
00 Hardcover GR72 Sherman, who is not otherwise identified, retells stories from folktale collections and literature around the world, removing any element that adults might think unsuitable for children of any age, and providing role models and cautionary tales for both boys and girls.
The contract is with a new customer country, not otherwise identified.
95 Paperback D547 The two Nolans, who are not otherwise identified, explain how naval operations based in the safe harbors of Ireland kept British supply lines across the Atlantic Ocean open during World War I.
95 Paperback ND457 Engelmann, who is not otherwise identified, begins with a 24-page essay about the school of painting that during the final third of the 19th century shocked critics and the public not only with a new style of painting that many saw as nothing but daubs and squiggles, but also with a shift in subject away from the heroic and romantic to scenes of everyday life in the modern world.