NBLS

AcronymDefinition
NBLSNorth British Locomotive Society (UK)
NBLSNottinghamshire Bobbin Lace Society (est. 1975; UK)
NBLSNarrow Brown Leaf Spot
NBLSNational Basic Livelihood Security Act of 1999 (South Korea)
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NBLs were enthusiastically lending when banks were severely restricted in lending into real estate.
"Malt is used in NBLs beers as malted barley, but can also be produced out of other cereal grains by first germinating and afterwards malting them.
NBL has been the main sponsor of the NBL/NSX Scholars Investment Challenge for the past 15 years.
Pat Dickens, Coordinator of the South African chapter of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society said NBLs products such as Heineken, Kilkenny, Smirnoff Storm and Amstel as well as diamonds from Namdeb, marble and tin products and Karakul will be targeted by the campaign.
Dudhia, 2014: Objectively determined fair-weather NBL features in ARW-WRF and their comparison to CASES-97 observations.
The Company's NBL segments, which include Homeowner Associations ("HOA") Services, Public & Nonprofit Finance, Technology & Innovation, and Other NBLs, provide specialized banking services to niche markets.
Its agenda included building National Biocontainment Laboratories (NBLs), secure facilities intended for research on biodefense applications, at participating universities around the country.
In Europe, non-bank lenders (NBLs) in particular are in a prominent position in the market, investing in real estate non-performing debt, development finance, and junior debt and equity, much of which falls outside the traditional banks' post-recession lending mandate.
The programme was initiated three years ago as the Windhoek Lager Namibia Ambassador of the Year programme in celebration of Namibia's 20 years of Independence and NBLs 90 years of existence.