CNR


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AcronymDefinition
CNRConsiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italian National Research Council)
CNRCentre National de Référence (French: National Reference Center)
CNRCommunication Network Riser
CNRCentro Nazionale delle Ricerche
CNRCorporation for National Research
CNRCops and Robbers (gaming clan)
CNRCommunication & Networking Riser
CNRCommunications / Network Riser
CNRCould Not Resist
CNRCommittee on Natural Resources
CNRComposite Noise Rating
CNRCustomer Not Ready
CNRComplex Node Representation (ATM Forum, PNNI SWG)
CNRClutter to Noise Ratio
CNRComplex Natural Resonance
CNRCalibration Not Required
CNRCan Not Reproduce
CNRCustomer Net Revenue
CNRCenter for Nonprofit Resources (Ohio)
CNRCustomized Network Routing
CNRCertificate of No Records
CNRCarboxy Nitroso Rubber
CNRComposite Noise Ratio
CNRConventional Nuclear Weapons
CNRCross-Namespace Redirect (Wikimedia Foundation)
CNRCritical Node Recognizer
CNRCanadian National Railway
CNRCarrier to Noise Ratio
CNRCenter for Narcolepsy Research
CNRChief of Naval Research
CNRClinical Nursing Research (journal)
CNRCombat Net Radio
CNRCercle des Nageurs Riomois (French swim club)
CNRCharles Nelson Reilly (actor)
CNRC-Type Noise Reduction (Dolby cassette technology)
CNRCentre National de Ressources (French: National Resource Center)
CNRCentre National de Rugby (French: National Rugby Center)
CNRConseil National de la Résistance (French: National Council of Resistance)
CNRCommittee for Nuclear Responsibility (San Francisco, CA)
CNRCollege of Natural Resources
CNRCenter for Nutritional Research
CNRCercle National du Recyclage (French: National Recycling Circle; est. 1985)
CNRChina National Radio
CNRCeska Narodni Rada (Czech: Czech National Council)
CNRCenter for Nursing Research (various schools)
CNRCarrier-To-Noise Ratio (fiber quality measuring)
CNRComité National Routier (French: National Road Committee)
CNRCompagnie Nationale du Rhône (French engineering company)
CNRComputer and Network Repair (Georgia)
CNRCenter for Neurological Restoration (Cleveland Clinic)
CNRCell Nucleus Replacement
CNRCentre for Neuroscience Research
CNRCentre for Neurotranslational Research (Canada)
CNRCisco Network Registrar
CNRConservatoire National de Région (French: National Regional Conservatory)
CNRCompagnie Normande de Réfrigération (French: Normandy Refrigeration Company; Guichainville, Normandy, France)
CNRCollege of New Rochelle
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CSE created CNR with the variation of TE for tissues having trivial signal strength.
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Last month, CNR and CSR dismissed a report by financial news magazine Caixin that the government was looking to merge the firms to create a giant that can better compete with foreign rivals such as Germany's Siemens and Canada's Bombardier.
In the 'Archaeology and cultural heritage' section, CNR presents the virtual reconstruction of the Regolini-Galassi Etruscan tomb (ITABC-CNR) and the portal to the Virtual Museum of Iraq (IBAM-CNR), as well as an interactive terminal dedicated to archaeological expeditions outside Italy carried out by the Italian Foreign Ministry.
CNR argued that it had accommodated the Complainants by providing a four-month extension to the time that they had to report to Vancouver in order to permit them to make the necessary childcare arrangements.
Delphi's CNR supports navigation functionality with a high-resolution color display and 2.
Linspire pioneered CNR Technology, which allows Linspire users access to thousands of software programs, each of which can be downloaded and installed with just one mouse click.
The FPSO Espoir Ivoirien was converted and installed for CNR by Prosafe in 2002.
O'Malley and Morunga were to represent NZNO at the CNR meeting.
The residents arranged a series of contracts with CNR to tap into the system for water services with one exception.
CNR aims to clean up and to exploit the Rhone to produce electricity, for navigation and for agriculture.
It uses humorous--and sometimes downright provocative--images to draw attention to the liberal arts and spiritual topics covered in its curriculum, Fortunately for CNR, one of the world's most reknowned advertising firms--McCann-Erickson Worldwide--stepped in to produce the campaign gratis, since one of the company's executives is a CNR trustee.