Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. ensign

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Examples

  • Mind, Intelligence, or ENS, that is the Cause and Providence of the

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  • Interestingly, the OB and the ENS are the only nervous system structures directly exposed to environmental substances.

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  • The system, known as ENS, delivers urgent announcements to large groups of people, via text, voice and e-mail broadcasts.

    Sacramento State News

  • Faber said in an interview the increased attention on Africa by international investors diversifying market risk away from depressed home markets was creating business opportunities for commercial law firms such as ENS, which had also made a strategic decision to compete head-on with international firms which normally did not have a presence in Africa.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • ( "ENS"), a newly incorporated Alberta private company.

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  • More than 2,700 are reported to have been killed since 1986, according to data collected by the National Labor School (Escuela Nacional Sindical or ENS).

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  • The ENS recorded 49 such killings in 2008, up from 39 in 2007.

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  • Catholic Conference of Bishops; Jim Ball, director of the Evangelical Environmental Network; and Rabbi David Saperstein, Religious Action Center, in urging action to stop global warming before it is to late (according to ENS).

    Eco-Justice

  • Lambeth Palace, Williams 'London headquarters and home, told Jefferts Schori not to wear her miter when she presided at a service at nearby Southwark Cathedral, according to ENS.

    It's Hats-Off To Female Bishop, And Not In A Good Way

  • She was also pressured to provide evidence of her ordination -- the "ecclesiastical equivalent of a background check," quipped a church historian -- before traveling to London, according to ENS.

    It's Hats-Off To Female Bishop, And Not In A Good Way

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