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NBCRNational Board Certified Reflexologist (American Reflexology Certification Board)
NBCRNational Biomedical Computational Resource
NBCRNational Board for Certification of Registrars
NBCRNebraska Border Collie Rescue, Inc.
NBCRNorth Brazil Current Rings
NBCRNew Bible Commentary Revised
NBCRNative Born Certificate of Residence
NBCRNet Benefit Cost Ratio
NBCRNational Breast Care Registry
NBCRNorth Branch of the Chicago River
NBCRNiobium Chromide
NBCRNPES Baseline Change Request
NBCRNetworking British Columbia Rivers
NBCRNew Broadway Cast Recording
NBCRNorth Beach Coast Riders
NBCRNational Bank of the Chechen Republic
NBCRNon-demand Behavior Change Request
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"The lack of a TRIPRA mandate for NBCR has resulted in coverage not being widely available in the traditional insurance marketplace.
The nBCR comparison helps the City prioritize pipes to repair sooner by quantifying and comparing the risks of different maintenance strategies, like those developed in sub-process No.
NBCR stood at 0.17 and 0.02 respectively under scenario I and II.
Currently, insurers are not required to make coverage available for nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological (NBCR) attacks.
26, 2007 A seven-year extension is signed into law by President Bush, but contains no provisions for covering NBCR attacks, leaving most companies uncovered in the event of an attack of this nature.
While the TRIA program has successfully kept terrorism insurance affordable, the President's Working Group on Financial Markets' most recent report concluded that a private market for terrorism reinsurance is virtually nonexistent--especially with regard to nuclear biological chemical and radiological (NBCR) acts of terrorism.
It adds coverage for domestic terrorism acts, thus eliminating the distinction between "home-grown" terrorism, such as the Oklahoma City bombing, and acts on behalf of a foreign person, and it requires insurance firms to cover nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological (NBCR) terrorism events.
So far, no companies have asked the department for permission to put a NBCR exclusion in a group life contract, officials write.
They can provide tailored coverage, large limits and even NBCR (nuclear, biological, chemical, radiological) protection.
This article explores the relationship between global and regional governance in tackling terrorism, with particular reference to the security of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological (NBCR) materials in Southeast Asia.
(1894) Entitled "Special Emergency Procurement Authority" (SEPA), section 1443 also increased the micropurchase threshold from $2500 to $15,000 if the purchase similarly supports contingency operations or defense against or recovery from NBCR attack.