CNRA

AcronymDefinition
CNRACaisse Nationale de Retraites et d'Assurances (French: National Pension and Insurance Fund; Morocco)
CNRAConfédération Nationale des Radios Associatives (French radio station association)
CNRACalifornia Natural Resources Agency (Sacramento, CA)
CNRACentre National de Recherche Agronomique (French)
CNRAConseil National des Radios Associatives (Spanish)
CNRACalifornia North Referee Administration
CNRACommittee on Nuclear Regulatory Activities
CNRAConseil National de la Recherche Archéologique
CNRACommission on National and Regional Atlases
CNRACitizens Natural Resources Association (Wisconsin)
CNRACoastal Natural Resource Area
CNRACombat Net Radio Access
CNRACertificat de Navigabilité Restreint Avion
CNRACommission Nationale de Recours Amiable
CNRAClearing, Novation & Release Agreement
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CNRA has 30 miles of trails, including the Bromide Hill trail, a 2.4-mile out-and-back moderate hike.
The p value from the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test for the equality of the distributions between CNRA and NR is .624, indicating that the two distributions are not statistically different.
knowledge and expertise to implement the purpose and goals of CNRA).
(2) Laboratoire Central de Biotechnologies, Centre National de Recherche Agronomique (CNRA), BP 1740 Abidjan 01, Cote D'Ivoire
Toutefois, la teneur en lipides (33,25 g/100 g MS) de cette variete de soja (glycine max) mise au point par le CNRA est plus elevee que celle (19,4 [+ ou -] 2,1 g/100 g MS) rapportee par Solomon [22].
Thus, the Soummam Conference (August 1956) convened by the FLN-which created the Conseil National de la Revolution Algerienne (CNRA)--adopted two of Abane's key principles, namely (a) the primacy of the political over the military; and (b) the primacy of the forces of the "interior" over those of the "exterior" (Horne 2006: 132, 145).
Mientras que en el altiplano paceno la Reforma Agraria revirtio muchas tierras que habian sido expropiadas a los indigenas/campesinos desde las ultimas decadas del siglo xix (CNRA 1975), en el territorio alteno muchas de las tierras revertidas fueron vendidas a segundos (loteadores) o apropiadas por estos, que hacian acuerdos con organizaciones sociales para la construccion de barrios o la venta individual de lotes.
In May 2008, the United States enacted the Consolidated Natural Resources Act (CNRA), amending the United States' Covenant with the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) to establish federal control of CNMI immigration in 2009, with several CNMI-specific provisions affecting foreign workers and investors during a transition.
Financiamiento FONACIT Agenda Biodiversidad UCV-2000001339 a JCN y FONACIT LAB-2000001593: Grupo CNRA a J.
In response to the growing awareness of the school environment's influence on nutritional intake and physical activity of the majority of the nation's students, the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act (CNRA) of 2004 included a school wellness component requiring school districts to develop a wellness policy by July 1, 2006.
These goal line defenses may succeed--just as the National Rifle Association CNRA") was able to stop the Brady Bill from passing Congress in 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, and 1992.