NARAS

AcronymDefinition
NARASNational Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Grammy awards)
NARASNavigation Aids, Radar and ARPA Simulation (UK maritime course)
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"We came from Hasakeh, where there were explosions," Naras says.
"This year's honourees offer a variety of brilliance, contributions and lasting impressions on our culture," Contactmusic quoted the US National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) CEO Neil Portnowin as saying.
the tungumas or naras (from Portuguese senhoras, or ladies), (39) acted as petty traders or "big women," working for third parties or as independent merchants.
"A court found there was enough evidence so it issued an arrest warrant," said Naras Savestanan, deputy chief of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI), after the closed-door hearing at the Criminal Court.
Lingis iskelia minti, kad taip naras bei ryklys uzmezga abipusi kontakta ir geba surasti vienas kita.
(zusatzlich noch: nuska 'Nase' u.a.); naras 'Fetzen, Lumpen', vgl.
In his book, High Performance Marketing, author Naras Eechambadi gives marketers all the real-world tools, practices, and techniques they need to drive performance in today's "pressure-cooker" environment.
In High Performance Marketing: Bringing Method to the Madness of Marketing, author Naras Eechambadi, founder and CEO of Quaero Corporation, a well-known consulting firm that focuses on improving marketing performance, discusses the real importance of marketing in relation to the customer; he recognizes that the customer is of paramount importance to every company and that marketing has the best insight into customer demands.
The University of North Texas College of Music secured $60,000 from organizations within the music industry, including the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), the organization that awards the Grammys.
This quiz has been prepared by Dr Naras Lapsys and Anne McMahon, University of Wollongong.