NABU


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NABUNaval Advanced Base Unit (US Navy)
NABUNaturschutzbund Deutschland eV (German non-governmental conservation organisation)
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"The Nabu Museum was created out of a need to create something for the community and the region," Adra told The Daily Star.
At the same time, Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko, a close Poroshenko ally, began an open war against Nabu. An agent of the Anti-Corruption Bureau was detained last week while trying to hand over a bribe to a migration service official, and the bureau's offices were searched.
Sodium butyrate (NaBu), essential oils, and zinc are some of the feed additives that induce IAP expression and/or activity (Malo et al., 2006; Prakash and Srinivasan, 2010; Martin et al., 2013).
In the mid-1980s I was president of a startup, NABU: The Home Computer Network.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company (Jackson), an indirect subsidiary of Prudential plc, has announced the appointment of Barry Stowe as chairman and chief executive officer of the North American Business Unit (NABU) of Prudential plc (NYSE: PRU), which includes Jackson and its affiliated and subsidiary companies.
While America Online flourished using FCC-regulated telephone lines, Wheeler's own startup company, NABU, tanked because it depended on cable television networks to deliver data to residential users.
The event was organized by the State Environmental Protection and Forestry Agency and Germany's Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) and participated by the students of the American University of Central Asia (AUCA).
Gaming accessory company Razer, previously known for specialized mice and keyboards, launched a similar product at CES called the Nabu. A screen on the outside of the wristband passes on notifications from a person's phone, for example that someone is calling.
Another unlikely entrant is PC gaming company Razer with its own Nabu smart band, which tracks activity and delivers text messages and calls.
Chapters three through seven trace the history of Greenpeace, the Worldwide Fund for Nature, the German League for Environment and Nature Protection (Bund fur Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland; BUND), and the German Nature Protection League (Naturschutzbund Deutschland: NABU).
During this period he passed much time at the British Museum where he drew on influences from the Assyrian galleries and the Parthenon friezes held there; the face for his statue of Victor Hugo was developed after studying an example of the Assyrian god Nabu.