NACOA


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NACoANational Association for Children of Alcoholics
NACOANational Association of Cruise-Oriented Agencies
NACOANational Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere
NACOANational Arts Centre Orchestra Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
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Furthermore, the chaotic home environment of COAs may make it difficult for these students to complete their homework and receive necessary rest, reducing their ability to concentrate in school (Arman, 2000; Fields, 2004; Hoggard & Christenberry, 1994; Kinney, 2003; NACOA, 1998).
family secrets) and difficulties with trust contribute to COAs having problems in intimate relationships (Bosworth & Burke, 1994; Fields, 2004; Hoggard & Christenberry, 1994; Kinney, 2003; NACOA, 1998).
Compared with session one responses, NACOA participants displayed EMG and skin conductance responses characteristic of habituation to every stimulus presentation during session two.
com will provide NACOA members with Internet-based applications that will help them communicate more effectively.
com is going to provide our members with benefits that will put them on the cutting edge of doing business in the 21st century," said NACOA President Donna Esposito.
Lanterman has served on the board of NACOA and has spoken at numerous cruise seminars around the country.
ASTA, ARTA, CLIA, NACOA or a business card with a letter of authorization from your travel agency will be accepted through May 30, 1997.
On the West Coast, NACOA members cite Europe and the Mediterranean as the most expensive destinations.
Three-day weekend cruises are the least expensive cruises, the NACOA poll shows.
A poll taken of NACOA members indicates that the most difficult time to find cruise space is Presidents Weekend, which this year encompasses Valentine's Day.
Easiest times (and, therefore, when the best deals are available) are the Fall, the few weeks after Christmas/New Year's, and very early and very late Alaska sailings (May or October), NACOA says.
Adriane Greene, chairman of ARTA (Association of Retail Travel Agencies); Nancy Lian, executive vice president of SITE (Society of Incentive Travel Executives) and president of the National Incentive Federation; Dorothy Maitland, president of NTA (National Tour Association); Cheryl Myerson, president of NACOA (National Association of Cruise Only Agencies), and Bernice Rosmarin, vice president~secretary of ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents), will join together in an unprecedented industry event.