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NATNetwork Address Translation
NATNational
NATNatural
NATNumber of Atoms
NATNaval Air Training (US Navy)
NATNucleic Acid Testing (blood test)
NATNational AIDS Trust
NATNucleic Acid Technology
NATNews At Ten
NATNorth African Theater (US Navy)
NATNetwork Application Technology
NATNetwork Architecture
NATNetwork Associates Technology
NATNetware Architectural Team
NATNetwork Audit Technology
NATNode Attribute Table
NATNetwork Auditing Tool
NATNetwork Access Terminal
NATNetwork Area Table
NATNo Action Taken
NATNucleic Acid Amplification Testing
NATarylamine N-acetyltransferase
NATNagoya Auto Trend (trade show; Japan)
NATNorth Atlantic Region
NATNucleic Acid Amplification Technology
NATNice and Tight
NATNorthern Airborne Technology (Kelowna, BC Canada)
NATNoradrenaline Transporter
NATNitric Acid Trihydrate
NATNippon Advanced Technology (Japan)
NATNorth Atlantic Track
NATNational Air Transport
NATNeutralizing Antibody Titer
NATNon-Accidental Trauma (child abuse)
NATN-Terminal Acetyltransferase (biology)
NATNational Actors Theatre
NATNon-Aggression Treaty (gaming)
NATName Address Translation
NATNecessary Action Taken (law enforcement)
NATNatal, Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil - Agusto Severo (Airport Code)
NATNational Account Team
NATNon-Atomic Term
NATNot Air Transportable
NATNovel Acting Thrombolytic (clot dissolver)
NATNose-Avoidance Tilting
NATNot A Trooper (medical slang)
NATNorth America Traffic
NATNetwork Aggregate Throughput
NATNuclear Assembly Test
NATNaval Afloat Targeting
NATNot Another Translator (Braille transcription software)
NATNode Allocation Table
NATNavy Acceptance Trials
NATNot Air Transportation
NATNonambulatory Tetraparesis (veterinary medicine)
NATNMCC (National Military Command Center) AMPS (Automated Message Processing System) Terminal (US Military Communications)
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AA concentrations were increased in NAT but not in COL, and urea concentrations increased only after the 2000-m race.
Andy cites Nat as one of his greatest inspirations, saying: "I feel extremely honoured that I get to celebrate a true legend in this way.
Consequently, Nat continued, Sienghan attempted to assault him.
He approved the appointment of Wayne Cowling as NAT's transport manager.
The NAT plans to implement six new Metro lines ending in 2032, connecting greater Cairo to all its parts.
Dr Ansari said SBTA would advise regional blood centres to adopt NAT in blood donors' screening and a letter would soon be sent to them.
On Nat's birthday, events come to a head; her lifelong wish to see whales is fulfilled when she and and Henry are given a whale-sighting trip, though its results are ones that no one could possibly predict.
"This is Nat." Such were the opening three words to every phone conversation I ever had over a 25-year span with the great Nat Hentoff.
(14) With this early scene, <i>The Confessions of Nat Turner</i> introduces the revelation, concealment, and shaping of personal narratives as central themes in the novel.
According to the US Energy Department's IEA reference case of its International Energy Outlook 2016 (IEO2016), world consumption of nat. gas is projected to increase from 120 TCF in 2012 to 203 TCF in 2040.
This film--which won an Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival in January and which Fox Searchlight bought for more money that any other film ever sold at Sundance ($17.5 million)--is the dramatic story of Nat Turner, a slave who led a rebellion in Southampton County, Va., in 1831.
Nat Walker is an orphan, and heiress to a gaming empire.