Table 1 shows that there was a meaningful difference between different planting dates in probable level 1% from biological point of view comparison of averages showed that there was not meaningful deference between two planting dates (27th of May, 5th of June) from this feature point of view and these planting dates dedicated the highest values and there was not meaningful difference values and there was not meaningful difference between planting dates, 15th of June and 26th of June (Table 2).
What does NM stand for?
NM stands for Not Meaningful
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We have 45 other meanings of NM in our Acronym Attic
- Noites Marcianas (Portuguese Talk Show)
- Non-Overlapping Multi-Carrier
- Nonaka Myopathy
- Noregs Mållag
- Normal Manifold
- Normal Meter
- Northern Michigan
- Northwestern Memorial (Chicago, IL)
- Not Marked
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He said any support he was offered was not meaningful and concerns about his teaching style were not communicated in an efficient manner.
LOBBYING REFORM AND ETHICS The lobbying and ethics bills passed by the House and Senate this year, and awaiting House-Senate Conference, are not meaningful reforms.
significantly meaningful; somewhat more meaningful; equally meaningful; less meaningful; not meaningful.
302(b) purposes, if the ESOP trust is treated as the owner of the convertible preferred stock redeemed in 1989, then the reduction in the ESOP's interest in the corporation was not meaningful, and the payments were a deductible dividend.
The Cygnus study also researched donor attitudes toward recognition, finding that 73 percent of donors believe recognition items, such as lapel pins and plaques, are not meaningful.
Global challenges the agency's evaluation of the proposals, alleges that discussions were unequal and not meaningful, and contends that the agency unreasonably determined that Kirlin's proposal presented the best value to the agency.
Nonetheless, this does not mean that the gains were not meaningful.