NGER

AcronymDefinition
NGERNational Greenhouse Energy Reporting (Australia)
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You'd nd me like an Olympic sprinter in the lounge, ready for action in front of an Aiwa hi-, ready at any moment to push my nely tuned index and middle ngers into action.
PASSEP NGERS are being advised not to use a main railway line linking the West Midlands and London over Christmas amid warnings that engineering work will cause severe disruption.
e most common injuries are cuts to hand and ngers (86%) and hitting oneself with a hammer (43%).
Doctors in Wales have seen patients who have been nipped on the ngers and hands and even on their heads by rodents, according to our gures.
A CUSTOMER lost all the ngers of one hand using a mincing machine at a Birmingham convenience store, a court heard.
Shoppers who pay PS170 for a toaster are getting their ngers burned – as the best model costs just PS40.
Little said: "The quality in the league has improved and it's because there has been a bit more money around after RaS ngers being here last season.
1955 Birds Eye frozen sh ngers went on sale in Britain.
But I keep my ngers crossed that he is back up and running and playing sooner rather than later.
My message to these Welsh bons will not require my whole hand, merely just two ngers of one hand.
OLYMPIC champion Chris Boardman has his ngers crossed for a Mark Cavendish victory on stage one of the Tour de France on Saturday, but believes it is a "big ask" for the sprint specialist.