A netted stinkhorn is a disgusting smelling, capless mushroom that generally grows out of compost or wet mulch. They are not poisonous and are edible, but they are so hideous …and stinky that I can't imagine how or why anyone would care to put it anywhere near their mouth. They actually look like a large penis sprouting from the ground. Dreadful! (MORE)
net stands for network.
.NET is Microsoft's strategy to simplify building XML Web Services and to develop, deploy, and maintain desktop, enterprise, Internet and Smart device…s applications in the Internet age. (MORE)
my name is prabhat sharma"firstname.lastname@example.org" i m working with "www.yantratech.co.in" It is a 'NET' for coding different languages in one platform.hey guy i m giving corre…ct answer of this question "what does .net stands for?" . = stands for linkage with any application N= stands for network E= stands for Embedded T= stands for Technology if anyone have any doubt u can contact me at my email id prabhat sharma thanks (MORE)
'NETS' is the statewide emergency service for medical retrieval of critically ill newborns, infants and children in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. NETS provides advice to… hospitals requesting transport of a patient too sick for care to continue in that hospital. NETS does not transport from the scene (pre-hospital). The philosophy of the organisation is summarised by NETS 'tagline'; Moving Intensive care for Kids. NETS brings clinicians together by conference call to discuss acute problems and plan their solution..
NETS is a clinical component of the PSN (Pregnancy and newborn Services Network) of NSW. This Network is responsible for the planning and coordination of tertiary perinatal services in the state of NSW in Australia. From an operational point of view, the PSN includes the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra). NETS is a also key component of paediatric critical care services, under the auspices of the Paediatric ICU Working Group of the NSW Department of Health..
NETS is an acronym previously signifying the "Newborn Emergency Transport Service". However, since 1995, NETS' responsibilities increased to include the emergency medical retrieval of infants beyond the neonatal period and children. Therefore it is now known as the ' N SW newborn & pÃ¦diatric E mergency T ransport S ervice' . NETS is contacted when a baby or child needs (or is at risk of needing) intensive care and this form of treatment is not available at the hospital in which they ares being treated. Only three hospitals in the state of NSW are able to treat the sickest children (two Children's Hospitals in Sydney and the John Hunter Children's Hospital in Newcastle). Another seven provide medical intensive care for newborn babies. All of these hospitals are in major metropolitan areas. Rather than rushing the child from one hospital to the another, a specialist team is sent out by ambulance, helicopter or aircraft to treat, stabilise and then carefully move the child. This team is a "Retrieval Team". A NETS Retrieval Team comprises a specialist doctor and specialist nurse. NETS has a staff of doctors, nurses and drivers (plus support staff). The major impact of NETS extends beyond patient transport; in that it provides a point of clinical triage for patients too sick for normal ambulance transfer between hospitals. It connects clinicians in referring and referral (destination) hospitals in a telephone conference to discuss the best treatment and appropriateness of transfer or retrieval. This extends to obstetric cases when maternal transfer may or may not be still possible and a neonatal retrieval may be needed. Often the process succeeds in achieving fetal transfer appropriately, even when neonatal transport has been deemed inevitable. It also acts as a clinical coordination point for critically ill or injured infants and children. Hence the acronym 'NETS' might just as appropriately signify the ' N etworked E mergency T riage S ervice'! NETS works with a number of feto-maternal specialists, neonatologists, pÃ¦diatric intensivists, emergency medicine specialists, surgeons and other specialists to provide referring doctors with rapid access to the advice of senior clinicians who are regularly involved in such transfer decisions. From an administrative point of view, NETS is an operational unt of Sydney West Area Health Service , which hosts a number of state-wide services as well as serving the a geographical segment of NSW..
I thought nets are unpaked 3d shapes(2d shapes conected so when built they make a 3d shape) (MORE)
'Net' is a term referring only to serves in tennis. If your ball hits the net on a serve and still lands within the correct service box, your opponent calls 'net', which means… you are allowed to take your serve over. This applies to both first or second serves. If you continuously get 'net's, you would basically be serving for forever. However, if your serve hits the net and bounces anywhere outside of the correct service box, it is considered out. Once again, 'net' is only called during serves. During the actual rally, the net plays no real role. If it hits the net and goes in, it's in. If it hits the net and goes out, it's out. (MORE)
A .Net assembly is a self-contained package of code and/or resources. It contains a manifest that describes the contents of the assembly, along with dependencies. They typic…ally end with the ".dll" file type. (MORE)
In the oil and gas industry it represents the working interest owner's share of gross revenue less taxes (production and severance), conservation fees, marketing and handling …fees AND their share of operating costs. The owners costs are said to be "netted" against their revenue. (MORE)
It is a website where you get a free phone number, but you can'tcheck it on your phone, you have to check it in your email or thewebsite. Either one, you would have to choose …yourself. It's free,and safe. (MORE)
.net is a software framework (a collection of classes) used for inclusion in object orientated programming languages that are the foundation of the windows interface. Everythi…ng that windows does from creating and painting a window to communicating with SQL databases is contained in the .NET framework allowing programmers to create complex programs with little or no specialist knowledge. (MORE)
PiratePad is a web-based collaborative real-time editor, allowsauthors to simultaneously edit a text document, and to seeparticipants' edits in real-time, with each author's …text in theirown color. (MORE)