NBAR


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AcronymDefinition
NBARNetwork-Based Application Recognition (Cisco)
NBARNetwork Based Application Recognition
NBARNational Bureau of Asian Research
NBARNadir BRDF (Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function) Adjusted Reflectance (spectrometer; astronomy)
NBARNonbinding Allocation of Responsibility
NBARNon Binding Preliminary Allocation of Responsibility
NBARNational Bank of Azerbaijan Republic (Azerbaijan)
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Through separate software licenses, QFP supports numerous services such as firewalls, NetFlow and Nbar classifiers and, in the future, caching load balancers.
where NBAR is the groundwater level after removing the effects of air pressure and HFC is the high-frequency component of NBAR.
NBar staff and drinkers on long nights out are up to 50% more likely to contract killer diseases through passive smoking.
"We've obviously implemented the vast bulk of recommendations of the NBAR (National Behaviour and Attendance Review) study and those are being embedded...
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<p>The ASR's most notable new feature is its ESP module, all of which features the 40-core Quantum Flow Processor (QFP).Through separate software licenses, QFP supports numerous services such as firewalls, NetFlow and Nbar classifiers and, in the future, caching load balancers.
For all the huff and puff of our National Behaviour and Attendance Review (NBAR) of 2008 (it contained 19 core recommendations with 73 supporting recommendations), compare the bright and breezy approach of England's Charlie Taylor report.
The all-natural spa was tucked away towards the end of the Boulevard, along with sister outlets NBar, JetSet and 1847.
Swansea-based Professor Ken Reid, chair of the National Behaviour and Attendance Review (NBAR), supported the launch.
In his most recent external post, Prof Reid was chairman of the National Behaviour and Attendance Review (NBAR) in Wales, the concluding report of which was published in May 2008.
One recent example of good practice was the two-year National Behaviour and Attendance Review (NBar).
Part of the remit of the National Review of Behaviour and Attendance (NBAR) which the Assembly Government commissionedin 2006 was to tackle issues of poor attendance and behaviour in schools in Wales.