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NGBNational Guard Bureau
NGBNational Governing Body
NGBNational Gambling Board (South Africa)
NGBNatural Gas Boiler
NGBNose Gear Box
NGBNational Garden Bureau
NGBNAWC (Naval Air Warfare Center) Governance Board
NGBNambu-Goldstone Boson (physics)
NGBNever Going Broke (band)
NGBNext Generation Birders
NGBNordic Gene Bank (Sweden)
NGBNintendo Game Boy (game)
NGBNext Generation Branch (Hewlett Packard)
NGBneurogenic bladder
NGBNever Get Busted
NGBNumerical-Grade Basis (grading system)
NGBNew Generation Billing
NGBNorth Georgia Beverage
NGBNatural Graphite Brush
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Regulators such as Dennis Makhari, Compliance Director at NGB, acknowledge that "gambling regulation needs to create a balance between revenue generation and protection of the public, particularly vulnerable persons."
Research demonstrated that urodynamic changes, bladder management and anatomical structure changes of bladder and ureter are related to upper urinary tract deterioration of NGB. However, the roles of these factors in detection of UUTD for NGB patients are still controversial, and the interaction of these factors have not been well considered.
Guard members and their families face unique employment challenges, and we at CASY & MSCCN will continue to partner with NGB and the state National Guard Commands to provide employment placement support of our Soldiers and their family members into meaningful careers that are a match for their skills, abilities, and needs."
1001.5E; AFI 36-2254; ANGI 36-8001; COMDTINST 1230.1; NGB Title 32 Memo.
(14) According to the NGB JAG, there is no legal reason why DOD intelligence personnel, including Guardsmen operating in Title 10 or Title 32 status, who follow IO rules regarding retention and methods and have a legal mission to do so, cannot conduct intelligence activities pertaining to foreign intelligence threats within the United States.
Asked whether National Bank was in talks on improving its bid, the source said: "There is no discussion going on." NGB's move caught the market by surprise on Friday, sparking a strong rally in bank shares, with investors seeing it as laying the ground for other bank mergers and acquisitions, including Marfin Popular Bank's bid in 2007 for Piraeus Bank.
Meanwhile, NGB Kenya CEO Dan Kagwe is confident that Smart TV's smaller, cheaper bouquets will lure the many consumers for whom cost, rather than technical innovation, is a prime concern.
Hornady has inked a multiyear contract with the National Governing Body (NGB), which supports USA Shooting and the USA Shooting National Team.
During the training course, Tom Kaberline and Tommy McCullough of the NGB taught the Soldiers how to conduct site surveys and to deploy interrogators, Albert Losten of the NGB taught them how to write to RFID tags and Andy Smith of PM J-AIT showed them how to use the RF-ITV Tracking Portal.
"We expect to see continued success with our PTN products, as more and more broadcasting operators realize the value of investment in the NGB network to improve their infrastructure."
Marley Coffee is now available through NGB Distributing to retailers located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.