Instagram, owned by Facebook, released its new conditions overnight, which states it has the right to use people's photos in advertisements without the photographer's consent and without payment.
What does N/C stand for?
N/C stands for new condition
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We have 130 other meanings of N/C in our Acronym Attic
- Never Again
- No Answer
- Non Action
- Non Alcoholic
- Non-Aspirated (engine)
- North America
- Not Acceptable
- Not Applicable
- Not Available
- Not Available
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new condition, Childs Hydrocephalus, has also been added for children.
In 2008, Deezer concluded a deal under which it paid Universal Music France for use of its catalogue, but in May 2011 it refused new conditions including limiting its free offer to listening to five consecutive songs.
But Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government in Ottawa subsequently imposed new conditions, saying it was up to Abdelrazik to get his name removed from the UN terror list.
Though bound to support the aims of the new conditions, colleges operating in areas where the volume of building work makes it harder for them to attract contractors might resent any extra difficulty that the new conditions bring.
The property was built three years ago and is in new condition with net leased tenants.
Focusing primarily on black-white relationships--because, Lubin argues, the bulk of the sources relate to black-white relationships and because relationships between blacks and whites engendered far more controversy than other kinds of interracial pairings--Lubin asserts that World War II created new conditions which gave rise to a form of politics centered on black intimacy with whites.
The British Medical Association is urging people to take care during the party season after diagnosing an entirely new condition.