NCAB

AcronymDefinition
NCABNational Cancer Advisory Board (National Cancer Institute)
NCABNorth Carolina Association of Broadcasters
NCABNational Centre against Bullying (Australia)
NCABNational Cyclopedia of American Biography (19th Century forerunner of Dictionary of American Biography, DAB)
NCABNavy Contract Adjustment Board
NCABNATO Civil Aviation Board
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NCAB Group offers a wide range of printed circuit board, as well as assembly and purchasing services.
"What's different in the case of cyberbullying is that it can be constant, 24/7," Jeremy Blackman of the NCAB told the BBC.
Participation of PAG delegates in NCAB, strong support and commitment from politicians, media, system managers, physicians and scientific environment were also positive steps.
The NCAB is a private research organization dedicated to providing consumers information about the finest professionals across the nation.
The purchase of Chicago-based M-Wave is NCAB's second major deal in three years.
Thanks to the transaction, NCAB will be able to boost its sales to more than USD100m (EUR82.5m) as well as its geographic reach to 13 international locations.
"Although the Board does not approve or prohibit specific forms or software used to deliver appraisal results, the Board does have several concerns about this type of assignment," the NCAB memo states.
The new blueprint for the NCI's clinical trials enterprise was submitted to the NCAB by the CTWG, a broad-based group convened in 2004 by NCI Director Andrew von Eschenbach, MD, to provide advice about optimizing the NCI-supported clinical trials system.
NCAB (1964), Nora bestemd voor de heren leraren van de scholen voor boekhoudkundige wetenschappen van het land (Brussels: NCAB).
(1) As the "Dean of American Neurologists" (NCAB 13:528), President of the American Neurological Institute, and author of the leading textbook on nervous diseases in the period, his views had enormous clout.