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ANRAgriculture and Natural Resources (University of California)
ANRActive Noise Reduction
ANRAlpha Natural Resources, Inc. (various locations)
ANRAgence Nationale de la Recherche (France)
ANRAutomatic Neighbor Relation
ANRApplication Not Responding (software)
ANRAgency of Natural Resources (Vermont)
ANRAmericans for Nonsmokers' Rights
ANRAportes No Reembolsables (Spanish: Non-Refundable Contributions; Argentina)
ANRAgency of the Research (France)
ANRApproval Not Required (land division; Massachusetts)
ANRAbnormal (Telabs)
ANRAverage Noise Reduction
ANRApplied Network Research
ANRAdvanced Network Routing
ANRAsociacion Nacional Republicana (Paraguay)
ANRAutomatic Network Routing
ANRAmmonia-to-Nox Ratio (fuels)
ANRAeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana (Fascist Italian Republican National Air Force)
ANRApplied Nursing Research (journal)
ANRAdherent Nerve Root
ANRAlaskan NORAD Region (US DoD)
ANRAdult Nursing Relationship (erotic lactation)
ANRAkkineni Nageswara Rao (indian actor)
ANRAutomatic Noise Reduction
ANRAntwerp, Belgium - Deurne (Airport Code)
ANRAbsolute Neighborhood Retract (topology)
ANRAssociation Neurofibromatoses et Recklinghausen
ANRAccess Node Router
ANRAsociatia Nevazatorilor din România (Romanian)
ANRAtmosphère Normale de Référence (French)
ANRAdiabatic Nuclear Rotation
ANRAverage Net Receivables
ANRAssociation of Neutron Radiographers
ANRArizona Natural Resources, Inc (Phoenix, AZ)
ANRAir Navigation Route(s)
ANRAdrenalNET Radio
ANRAudio Numérique Recherche (French: Digital Audio Research)
ANRAngelina & Neches Railway Company
ANRAverage Number of Runs
ANRAverage Not Ready (call centers)
ANRAssign Net Rekey
ANRAwaiting Number Received
ANRAverage Noise Ratio
ANRAdjusted Net Revenue
ANRAbsolute Natural Resources, LLC (ecological consulting; Arvada, CO)
ANRA-Type Noise Reduction (Dolby cassette technology)
ANRAverage Negative Resistance
ANRAffidavit of No Records
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Another group, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, lists campuses as smoke-free if all indoor and outdoor smoking is banned.
By 2004, entire states and municipalities in Canada, the United States, and Australia had adopted smoke-free laws, according to Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, a nonprofit advocacy group in Berkeley, California.
Smoke free air is becoming the norm throughout the country and the younger generation of students has grown up in that environment and in many ways comes to expect that," said Annie Tegan, senior program manager for Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights.
Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights; Secondhand Smoke Fact Sheet.
Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation www.no-smoke.org 510-841-3032 The ANR Foundation creates comprehensive education programs for school-age youth on issues of smoking prevention and their right to breathe smoke-free air.
Michael Siegel, a professor at the Boston University School of Public Health and at the time a board member of Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights (ANR), the California activist group that Glantz co-founded.
This can be seen in the partners whom the director of the California Healthy Cities Project and the executive director of its parent organization convened at the initiative's inception: the League of California Cities, the Health Officers Association of California, and Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights. Each of these organizations brought different strengths to the effort and could speak credibly to its respective constituency.
Because the pipes are heated with charcoal, they also can increase carbon monoxide to dangerous levels, according to Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights. Lawmakers in California, Connecticut and Oregon have introduced bills to ban or limit hookah bars, according to The New York Times.
As of February 2011, twenty-three states in the U.S., as well as the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, have already enacted ordinances that prohibit smoking in all public workplaces (Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, 2011).
In response, six public health groups--the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and TobaccoFree Kids Action Fund--joined the suit as co-plaintiffs and asked for $130 billion to be spent during the next 25 years to help smokers quit.
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