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What does NA stand for?

NA stands for Not Applicable

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Contract notice: Provision of cleaning work at the EPO~s premises in Rijswijk, the Netherlands (presently 5 different buildings) (a) Purpose of the contract: Provision of cleaning work at the EPO~s premises in Rijswijk, the Netherlands (presently 5 different buildings) (b) Division into lots: Not applicable.
Vehicle Payload Maximum Towed Load Truck, Cargo, M1083A1 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Truck, Cargo, M1083A1P2 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Truck, Cargo w/MHC, M1084A1 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Truck, Cargo, Long 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Wheelbase, M1085A1 Truck, Cargo, Long 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Wheelbase, M1085A1P2 Truck, Cargo, Long 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Wheelbase w/MHC, M1086A1 Truck, Cargo, Long 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs Wheelbase w/MHC, M1086A1P2 Truck, Expansible Van, 10,000 lbs 21,000 lbs M1087A1 Truck, Expansible Van, Not Applicable 21,000 lbs M1087A1P2 Truck, Tractor, M1088A1 Not Applicable 21,000 lbs on pintle hook 60,710 lbs on fifth wheel Truck, Tractor, M1088A1P2 Not Applicable 21,000 lbs on pintle hook 63,000 lbs on fifth wheel
If you feel a section is not applicable to you put a line through it or write N/A - not applicable n In the section ``additional information'', say why you think you are the right person for the job.
Paid and/or requested circulation (1) Paid/requested outside county mail subscriptions: Average # 12,785; Actual # 12,288 (2) Paid in-county subscriptions: 0 (3) Sales through dealers and carriers, street vendors, counter sales and other non-LISPS paid distributions: not applicable (4) Other classes mailed through the USPS: not applicable.
Ethicist Tom Murray, president of the Hastings Center, says, "The idea that an individual physician has the right not to enter into a physician-patient relationship is an old one, not applicable to all situations, and always contingent on the ability to find care elsewhere.