NABER

AcronymDefinition
NABERNational Association of Business and Educational Radio
NABERNational Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction (est. 1991; American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; American Fertility Society)
NABERNational Alliance of Brown Employees and Retirees (United Parcel Service of America, Inc.)
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"While rum hasn't seen a popularity increase like the whiskey category, it has received a big boost from the Tiki craze," Naber adds.
Naber, "Uncomplicated lower urinary tract infections in females--clinical aspects, aetiology and antimicrobial resistance epidemiology.
Naber.ly, which is a new type of apartment search platform, is poised to launch in New York City in the summer of 2015.
Morpeth Shambles edged out Amble Blue Bell with strikes from Ryan Naber, Andrew Barker and Kyle Shaw.
Donald Naber '87, of Shrewsbury, will serve on Providence College's National Alumni Association Board of Governors for 2014-15.
The talented forward first found the net in the 82nd minute with a short stab off a fine pass from teammate Yusuf Al Naber. He then showed off his brilliant individual skill with a charging shot three minutes later that left Riffa goalkeeper Sayed Shubar Alawi no chance of a save.
EasyLid[R] is a joint development of Scalpac, and Naber Plastics BV, The Netherlands.
Thomas Pryzbilka, of the Bonn Archive of Secondary Crime Literature, recommended two authors: Uwe Klauser and Sabina Naber. Uwe Klauser, German, writes historical mysteries and has published books set in the Middle Ages.
Dr Nadine Naber, associate professor at the University of Michigan, will address new challenges facing women in the region after the Arab spring.
9, at the north end of Island Park in Springfield for Archene Louise Naber of Springfield, who died Aug.