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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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They were then charged in the Phnom Penh court with processing and conspiring to sell a substance used to produce chemical, nuclear, biological or radioactive weapons in violation of Article 27 of the Law on the Prohibition of Chemical, Nuclear, Biological and Radiological Weapons.
A federal governmental presence, even in a limited capacity, would ensure proper coverage to consumers in an age where terrorist attacks via chemical, nuclear, biological or radiological (CNBR) means remain a real and extraordinarily expensive threat.
A new report from the President's Working Group on Financial Markets (PWG) provides updated insight into the Terrorism Risk Insurance Extension Act (TRIEA) of 2005 and the long-term availability and affordability of insurance for terrorism risk as well as coverage for chemical, nuclear, biological, and radiological (CNBR) events.
He said dealing with chemical, nuclear, biological incidents should not be a job for police, but for the Army.
"When the UN has taken a stand on weapons of mass destruction, where they have said to Iraq you have to disarm yourself of these weapons, these chemical, nuclear, biological weapons, are people really saying that if there is a breach of that UN resolution that no action should follow?
Under the leadership of House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass., Congress is expected to consider legislation that would expand TRIA's "make available" provision--which requires the industry to offer coverage for terrorism risks--to include coverage for so-called "CNBR" events, those that result from chemical, nuclear, biological, or radiological attacks.
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