NAVS


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Related to NAVS: NSVS, ALLNAV
AcronymDefinition
NAVSNational Anti-Vivisection Society (animal protection; Illinois)
NAVSNorth American Vegetarian Society
NAVSNet Asset Value per Share
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Mohammad Zafar, 35, followed his sat nav's directions and ended up stuck in a ditch in the Lake District in the dead of night.
Claire Yeoman, from Wyken, found her car with a smashed window and her sat nav gone at around 5am on Saturday, February 6.
CAR owners across Middlesbrough are being reminded not to leave valuables in cars after a spate of break-ins and Sat Nav thefts.
Of course, the proposed requirement that prime funds move to a floating NAV was a step back from an SEC draft proposal last year that would have required a floating NAV for all money market funds.
Rileyjay11 commented: "I'm sure she never used a Sat Nav in her driving test.
The SEC is focused "in particular on a capital buffer option to serve as a cushion for money market funds in times of emergency, and floating [net asset values], which would eliminate the expectation of stability that accompanies the $1 stable NAV," Chairman Mary Schapiro noted in November.
On a national scale, drivers in the East Midlands fared the worst with their Sat Nav relationship, with 57% shouting at their Sat Navs and 50% feeling frustrated behind the wheel.
I only need sat nav for within five to 10 miles of a destination when I am looking for a particular hotel or shop, for example.
The research shows that disagreement about the suggested route, the choice of sat nav voice or who should be in charge of the gadget cause major arguments to flare up.
The research shows that disagreements about the suggested route, the choice of sat nav voice or who should be in charge of the gadget cause major arguments.
"Because of NAVS, we are now well positioned to provide a comprehensive portfolio of services that provide value to our client throughout their North American business cycle," explained Dean Johnson, senior director of global business development, Detroit Regional Economic Partnership, who led the development of NAVS with representatives of his European Committee.