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Single Non-Emergency Number print that page

In law enforcement and telecommunications , Single Non -Emergency Number or SNEN is a phone service run by police forces and local councils in the UK and is used for the public to contact police forces in the UK . All forces currently have a different 11 digit telephone number , the

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Non-contact force print that page

A non contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most common example of a non contact force is gravity . A non contact force is different from a contact force , which is a force applied to a body by another body that

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/15 14:57:59

Non-U.S. recipients of U.S. gallantry awards print that page

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War I, the Medal of Honor , the highest United States valor decoration, has not been awarded to a non -U.S. recipient. The highest valor decoration which non -U.S. individuals may receive is the service crosses of the services - the Army Distinguished Service Cross , the Navy Cross , and the

European non-Germans in the German armed forces during World War II print that page

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The term was mainly used to describe non - German Europeans (neither Reichsdeutsche or Volksdeutsche ) who volunteered to fight for the Third Reich during World War Two . Largely from occupied countries, but also from co-belligerent and neutral nations, they fought in the Waffen-SS as

Non-native territorial evolution of North America contact to 1763 print that page

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There was limited contact between North American people and the outside world before 1492 . Several theoretical contacts have been proposed, but the earliest physical evidence comes from the Norse or Vikings . Norse captain Leif Ericson is believed to have reached the Island of Newfoundland

Contact force print that page

In physics , a contact force is a force that acts at the point of contact between two objects, [ 1 ] in contrast to body forces . Contact forces are described by Newton's laws of motion , as with all other forces in dynamics . Contact forces are ubiquitous and are responsible for

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/29 4:46:34

Battle of Arnhem print that page

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Nederrijn . Initially expecting a walkover, British XXX Corps planned to reach the British airborne forces within two to three days. The British forces landed some distance from their objectives and were quickly hampered by unexpected resistance – especially from elements of the 9th

Non-lethal weapon print that page

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missions across the force continuum . They may also be used by military police , by United Nations forces , and by occupation forces for peacekeeping and stability operations. Non -lethal weapons may also be used to channelize a battlefield or control the movement of civilian populations

Non-Permanent Active Militia print that page

The Non -Permanent Active Militia was the name of Canada's part-time volunteer military force from the time of Confederation to 1940. The NPAM (also called "the Militia" though that term could also encompass the full-time standing army known as the Permanent Active Militia ) was composed

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 2:18:26

Netherlands East Indies Forces Intelligence Service print that page

intelligence service was set up in Australia on the instructions of the Dutch Commander of the forces in the East, Helfrich. It was called the Netherlands Forces Intelligence Service (NEFIS), and was based in Melbourne . The service initially consisted of two divisions: NEFIS I, responsible

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