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GNBGuinea-Bissau (ISO Country code)
GNBGood News Bible
GNBGoliath National Bank (How I Met Your Mother fictional bank)
GNBGram-Negative Bacillus
GNBGroup of Notified Bodies
GNBGrenoble, France - St Geoirs (Airport Code)
GNBGraphical Network Browser (Nortel)
GNBGlobal Networked Business
GNBGing Nang Boyz (band)
GNBGesellschaft für Nuklear-Behalter, MbH
GNBGould National Batteries, Inc.
GNBGreat North Badge Company (UK)
GNBGears and Beers
GNBGardner National Bank (Gardner, KS)
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First American was the perfect fit for GNB, in terms of how our customers, employees and stakeholders were provided even better opportunities through the expanded offerings of the combined banks," Alworth stated.
Fitch Currently Rates Banco GNB Sudameris as follows:
GNB anticipates that the transaction will close early 2015.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GNB is giving away a Kindle Fire, and multi-coolant baffles will be 50% of their regular price when purchased at the Intersolar Show
We evaluated the explanatory power and positive and negative predictive values (PPV and NPV, respectively) of home characteristics in their associations with GNB, gram-positive bacteria (GPB), and fungi.
The scientists anticipate that the combined use of PAT and GNB will be able to further pinpoint precise molecular disease markers.
These routers enable GNB, which is also the world's second largest recycler of lead-acid batteries, to effectively and cost-efficiently route diverse traffic types, including async, SDLC with remote spoofing, and LAN over frame relay connections.
However, GNB has a large liquidity position coupled with a sizable and liquid investment portfolio - due to its market-maker status - that provide the bank the resources, market access and know-how to adequately manage its liquidity.
Vikram Dhar, head of GNB, said listeners can expect non-stop entertainment, gossip, giveaways and music popular with the youth.
The bank said that it was selling its operations in Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and Paraguay for USD400m to Banco GNB Sudamaris, a part of the Gilinski Group.
The urinary tract was the most common venue for GNB (37%), followed by the bloodstream (20%), respiratory tract (19%), and soft tissue (8%).
President and Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of GNB Financial and GNB, and Steven I.