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NWKNewark
NWKNetwork Layer (Layer 3 of the WCPE protocol stack)
NWKNewark Penn Station (Amtrak station code)
NWKNorth West Kent (England, UK)
NWKNew Wet Kojak (band)
NWKNordjydsk Windsurfing Klub (Danish: North Jutland Windsurfing Club; est. 1992)
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Audible moved to Newark in late 2007 to help accelerate the comeback of a great American city," said Katz, also the founder of Newark Venture Partners.
Located just a few minutes by train from Penn Station, the firm sees Newark as potentially a low cost alternative to Manhattan and consequently has packed the building with a collection of amenities on par with some of Manhattan's best new buildings but at half the rents, a level of value that Cogswell believes will be a draw to professionals who might not have previously considered living in the city.
The visiting delegations will enjoy tours of Newark, guided by City Historian Charles Cummings, participate in the annual Portuguese Festival in the Ironbound and attend both a Newark Bears baseball game and a final banquet dinner.
Big city and small town Newark had one thing in common: Neither could offer Sakia or Gwen or any other queer colored child the safety of home.
The University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey is also studying ways to create more Local housing for its Newark students.
Using an Alterian-powered solution, more than 15 gigabytes of Newark customer-related data are rapidly compared and analyzed for behavioral patterns.
But before that movement took Jews to suburbs, such as Irvington, Millburn, Short Hills and Morristown, and before the Newark riots of 1967 harshly ended the remaining Jewish presence in the city, Jews had transformed each store and street they occupied.
332 and 334, and on June 30, 1987, Herald merged into the Newark Morning Ledger Company.
Providing our customers with more choices is a key Newark differentiator," comments Alisha Mowbray, Senior Vice President, Newark.
The Newark Community Economic Development Corporation collaborates with the Newark Department of Economic & Housing Development to spur and maintain economic development activities to produce and sustain growth in the community.
The property includes a private membership club known as The Newark Club, which is located on the building's top floor.