NLG


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AcronymDefinition
NLGNational Lawyers Guild
NLGNatural Language Generation
NLGNose Landing Gear
NLGNational Leisure Group
NLGNo Lapse Guarantee (insurance)
NLGNext Level Guitar
NLGNederlands Guldens (old currency code; replaced by EUR)
NLGNorth Louisiana and Gulf Railroad Company
NLGNonstop Laptop Guardian (computer security)
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Articulator Lite is a web-based NLG toolkit that allows users who might not be specialist developers to build their own NLG applications using many of the key functionalities of Arria's rich technology suite.
The life insurance industry responded with NLG UL insurance.
4 October 2011 - Fitch uphled on Tuesday the insurer financial strength rating (IFS) of B with a "stable" outlook of New Zealand-based NLG Insurance Ltd (NLGI).
Alcatel-Lucent also announced it expanded its go-to-market strategy for the OA3500 NLG to include distributors and resellers worldwide, broadening its geographic availability.
The always-on feature of the NLG means that if the computer is lost or stolen, the IT team can use the wireless network to communicate with the card.
NLG has been using AT&T networking for more than five years.
The real power of NLG for automatic item generation will come when language resources can be relinked and reused, but even it its current form, it offers considerable power and flexibility for generating new items in a controlled manner.
Lawyer/professor Bill Monning, also of the NLG, addressed Santa Cruz.
The mode of operation is basically the same as for all of their models, with the exception that the TBL-50 incorporates a patented Rotating Aircraft Nose Landing Gear (NLG) Support Platform into which is fitted the tractor's aircraft NLG Cradle (Interface) Assembly.
NLG Analytical has launched the new HT200H autosampler, which can be fitted to virtually any type of gas chromatograph.
In recent years, there has been a focus shift in NLG from the study of well-formedness conditions (grammars) to the exploration of the communicative adequacy of linguistic forms: Speaking is viewed as an indirect means for achieving communicative goals rather than a formal exercise to produce grammatically correct output.