NUG


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AcronymDefinition
NUGNew University Government
NUGNecrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis
NUGNon-Utility Generator
NUGNational Unity Government (Palestinian Territories)
NUGNingbo United Group (China)
NUGNapoli Underground (Italian caving community)
NUGNetworked Users Group
NUGNational Users Group
NUGNice User Group (Nice Systems, Ltd.)
NUGNew Useless Guy
NUGNetBeans Users Group
NUGNEC User Group
NUGNorthside Unschoolers Group (Illinois)
NUGNon-Uniform Grid
NUGNimbus User Group (Nimbus Partners)
NUGNew Ugly Guy
NUGNexstar User's Guide (book)
NUGNERSC (National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center) Users' Group (US Department of Energy)
NUGNerf United Group
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The NUG, in theory, will be on year old in December 2016.
Rating concerns include the timing mismatch associated with the recovery of power supply costs of the NUG contracts and a high frequency of rate case filings to overcome the regulatory lag.
McMaster, who arrived in Kabul early Sunday, met with NUG leaders and high-ranking officials, and discussed a number of issues including Afghan-America relations, the fight against terrorism, regional issues, and the economic and development situation in the country.
It is also social blackmail to force the NUG to meet their demands and to close their eyes on smuggling.
The West through Kerry and UNSMIL's Martin Kobler, Bernadino Leon's replacement, dictated all the terms, not Libyans, including most importantly the nine unelected individuals who would represent the Executive Council that would select the new PM and his government, the NUG.
Multiagency regional and statewide traffic incident management, containing the themes and goals of the NUG, can lead to significant congestion relief.
NUG supreme committee human rights head Faisal Fulad said 126 out of 182 participants backed the move to turn it into a political body - a majority of 70 per cent.
We object to any opposition move to involve any foreign state or international organisation in Bahrain's internal affairs,' said NUG chairman Shaikh Dr.
He was speaking as he received NUG members led by chairman Dr Shaikh Abdullatif Al Mahmood.
While New Jersey remains a challenging regulatory environment, in Fitch's view, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities' December 2006 order approving recovery of approximately $165 million of deferred NUG costs is a significant positive development.