NARB

AcronymDefinition
NARBNational Advertising Review Board
NARBNetwork Aware Resource Broker
NARBNo Apparent Reason Boner
NARBNagasi Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (Philippines)
NARBNIMA Acquisition Review Board
NARBNavy Acquisition Review Board
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The (http://www.asrcreviews.org/narb-recommends-comcast-discontinue-fastest-internet-fastest-in-home-wi-fi-claims/) recommendation provided by the NARB , a division of the advertising industry's system of self-regulation body administered by the Council of Better Business Bureaus, comes after Verizon challenged the language Comcast has used to promote its internet service.
(45) For a few of the many party reports on "banditism" in 1944, see NARB f.
Preparation of Inclusion Complex of Naringin-Bi (III) (Narb) with [beta]-Cyclodextrin.
ProPhase appealed NAD's finding to the NARB. An NARB panel heard arguments from both Matrixx Initiatives and ProPhase Labs, Inc., the maker of Cold-EEZE Zinc Cold Remedy homeopathic products.
Among the members of the new Government which were introduced by the prime minister and approved by the NARB was elected a Minister of the physical education and sports as a special administrative body in that area of state government.
The NAD ruled in Millennium's favor and Sidney Frank appealed to the National Advertising Review Board (NARB), which upheld the NAD's decision, saying that Sidney Frank's advertisements for Grey Goose are "inaccurate and misleading".
The award was presented at the 10th anniversary gala of the Pillars of the Industry Awards, held in conjunction with NARB's first annual multifamily trends conference.
John Morley, MB, BCH, director of geriatric medicine at Saint Louis University will conduct a second breakout session entitled "Growing Older Gracefully." For information and registration form write or call: NARB 2000, 1337 W.
In response to growing concerns about sexism in advertising, the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) convened a panel over two decades ago to investigate and report on advertising portraying or directed toward women.
(172.) Decisions may be appealed through the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) appeals procedure.
For example, recently Eggland's Best was asked by the NARB to discontinue its advertising which claimed that eating a dozen of Eggland's Best eggs in a low-fat diet will not increase serum cholesterol.