Sunday, February 9, 2020

Coronavirus new name 2/8/2020

China’s National Health Commission gave the Wuhan coronavirus a temporary name at a news conference on Saturday.

For weeks, the rapidly-spreading virus has only been known by the name of the city where it originated, something which locals in Wuhan have found frustrating and stigmatizing.

Chinese officials said that the virus would temporarily be named the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia, or NCP.

There is no news on when an official final title for the virus will be designated.

"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 331 (English Ordinal)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 344 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 124 (Full Reduction)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 1206 (Satanic)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 1219 (Reverse Satanic)
"Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia" = 111 (Chaldean)

https://www.cnn.com/asia/live-news/coronavirus-outbreak-02-09-20-intl-hnk/h_38c750758363ebbb5e87c06e5a0b91c5

NCP

National Consumer Panel

National Consumer Panel is a service provided by a joint venture between the Nielsen company and IRI where members in the USA scan the barcodes on all their purchases with a special barcode reader to read a product's barcode and an app supplying unlisted barcodes such as takeaways and market items.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Consumer_Panel

Original appearance of NPC.


NPC (meme)

First appearance July 7, 2016
Created by Anonymous
Based on Wojak
Information
Alias NPC, NPC Wojak
Gender Male

NPC (pron: /ɛnpisi/), also known as NPC Wojak, is a meme primarily used to express the idea that individuals of the political left do not think for themselves.[1][2][3][4][5] The NPC meme, which graphically is based on the Wojak meme, was created in July 2016 by an anonymous author and first published on the image-hosting website 4chan, where also the idea and inspiration behind the meme were introduced.[6] The NPC meme has gained widespread attention and been featured in numerous news outlets, including The New York Times,[4] The Verge,[3] BBC,[7] and Breitbart News Network. Media coverage of the NPC meme has been politically biased according to the news watchdogs Accuracy In Media[8] and Media Research Center.[9]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NPC_(meme)


"NCP" = 33 (English Ordinal)

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