NBJ

AcronymDefinition
NBJNashville Business Journal (Tennessee)
NBJNutrition Business Journal
NBJNevada Business Journal
NBJNarodne Banke Jugoslavije (Serbian: National Bank of Yugoslavia)
NBJNatural Bitumen Jacket (reflective roof coating)
NBJNewbury Bomber Jacket (clothing)
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The largest untapped opportunity for energizing products may rest with functional snacks, with sales projected by NBJ to reach $8.5 billion by 2020.
* The service to NBJ can be provided with existing facilities between Empress and NBJ.
For both NBJ and NBGS, the sequence {([u.sup.(k)], [v.sup.(k)])} is shown in [1] to be strictly monotonically increasing and convergent to the minimal positive solution (u*,v*) of the vector equations (2.9).
47-373) se presentan de forma tripartita: primero el texto de la NBJ, a continuacion un aparato critico basico y luego el comentario propiamente dicho.
Rather than these secondary channels accounting for two-thirds of VNS retail dollars, as the NBJ estimate would require, with some basic algebra we can calculate that the secondary channels represent no more than 25% of total category sales.
The Nutrition Business Journal has released its NBJ Business Achievement Awards.
The landmark operators applied ELMS[R] Natural Bitumen Jacket[TM] (NBJ), manufactured by Green Products LLC, Romeoville, Ill.
industry journal Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) estimated the global market to be approximately $150 billion U.S.
The segment, notes NBJ, now accounts for 110/s of the $37.3 billion U.S.
nutrition industry sales grew to $52.9 billion in 2001, up 6.7% from $49.4 billion in 2000, according to Nutrition Business Journal's (nutritionbusiness.com) recently released "NBJ's Seventh Annual Overview of the Nutrition Industry."
In fact, I'm told that two leading comedians - household names on TV and regulars of Soho's trendy Groucho Club - are so in agreement with the sentiments that they founded the NBJ club.
About one-third of category sales (NBJ and Mintel says it's actually two-thirds) occur outside food/ drug/mass/club/dollar (FDMCD) channels.