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CNBCommonwealth National Bank (Alabama)
CNBCeska Narodni Banka (Czech: Czech National Bank)
CNBCzech National Bank
CNBCentro Nacional de Biotecnologia (Spanish: Center for Biotechnology; Madrid, Spain)
CNBCity National Bank
CNBCitizens National Bank
CNBCurrículo Nacional Base (Spanish: Base National Curriculum; Guatemala)
CNBConstruction Navale Bordeaux (French: Bordeaux Shipbuilding; Bordeaux, France)
CNBClub National des Bécassiers (French: National Woodcock Club)
CNBConseil National du Bruit (French: National Council of Noise)
CNBCroatian National Bank
CNBCommission Nationale des Bourses (French: National Commission for Scholarships)
CNBCercle des Naturalistes de Belgique (French: Belgium Naturalists Circle; Belgium)
CNBCorresponsales No Bancarios (Spanish, Colombia)
CNBCentre Nautique de Bourgogne (French sailing center)
CNBChloronitrobenzene
CNBCountry Natural Beef
CNBCayman National Bank
CNBClub Nautique de Bouchemaine (French water sports club)
CNBClub Naturiste de Besançon (French: Besançon Naturist Club; Besançon, France)
CNBCercle Nautique des Bordes (French diving club)
CNBComité National de Biophysique (French: National Committee for Biophysics)
CNBCumulonimbus (clouds)
CNBCity News Bureau (Chicago, Illinois)
CNBCentral Narcotics Bureau, Singapore
CNBColégio Notarial do Brasil - Conselho Federal (Brazil)
CNBCentral Neuraxial Blockade (anesthesia)
CNBCentre National des Biologistes
CNBChevron Notch Beam
CNBChemical, Nuclear, Biological (weapons)
CNBCode Name Base
CNBCore Network Bicasting
CNBCarrier Network Business (3Com)
CNBCharmaine Neville Band (New Orleans, LA)
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With consolidated assets of nearly USD3.4bn, CNB Financial Corporation is a financial holding company that operates primarily through its subsidiary CNB Bank.
CNB Bank is a full-service bank engaging in a full range of banking activities and services, including trust and wealth management services, for individual, business, governmental, and institutional customers.
On Monday afternoon, CNB officers conducted observation on a suspected drug trafficker, a 23-year-old Singaporean man, in the vicinity of Eunos Crescent.
Following the merger, Jacksonville Savings Bank, the wholly owned subsidiary of Jacksonville Bancorp, will merge with and into CNB Bank and Trust, the wholly owned subsidiary of CNB Shares.
CNB In-Mold touch sensors free user-interface designers from the flat-surface paradigm, making responsive touch on 3-D surfaces a reality."
This CNB panomorph camera enhances security through panoramic 182[degrees]x360[degrees] views with high-megapixel (5MP) clarity, at up to 10 fps.
At CNB of the prostate, there is an obvious risk of dissemination of cell material to surrounding tissue and blood and lymph vessels.
CNB Technology Inc., the world leader in standard-definition (SD) cameras and analog DVRs, has created its own XNET platform for the evolution of the Digital Security and Surveillance (DSS) markets, driving the video surveillance ecosystem forward.
The headquarters for the combined CNB will be in Centreville, Maryland, and the Delaware offices of Felton Bank will remain open and operate under the CNB name.
The company, which runs 16 full-service United Bank branches in the Springfield area, is hoping that its acquisition of CNB and its five Commonwealth National offices will give it a fresh market to tap in Central Massachusetts.
CNB fuses the product and service offerings of old-time banking with new technology and branch hours seven days a week, to meet the needs of the community while providing total ease and convenience," said Stewart Lubow, CNB Chairman.
On July 26, 1990, CNB declared him in default and requested additional financial information from him.