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NKRNorwegian Krone (national currency)
NKRNagorno Karabakh Republic
NKRNatural Killer Cell Receptor
NKRNickelodeon Kart Racers (gaming)
NKRNeuromedin K Receptor
NKRNederlandse Kendo Renmei (Dutch Kendo Federation; martial arts group)
NKRNo Key Required (auto alarm system)
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The NKR reports having facilitated hundreds of chain-ending live donations to the DDWL.
Nonetheless, NKR has made a promise to the donor--one on which the donor has relied, to her detriment.
"We are thrilled to be working with the American Foundation for Donation and Transplantation," said NKR president and founder Garet Hil.
The path analysis of second-order variables over the first-order variable showed that 76% (DM-1999) and 66% (HW-1999) of the total variation for 100GW were explained by four characters, namely ED, NR, EL, and NKR (Table 4).
In the first quarter 1999 the division returned revenue up 11.4% at NKr 1,722.6m ($218.69m) against revenue for the same quarter in 1998.
A wage agreement is reached between LO and NHO, as the government commits to provide to private pension schemes NKr 50 million for the lowering of the minimum retirement age.
Participating in the event were NKR President Bako Sahakyan, Armenian National Assembly Chairman Hovik Abrahamyan,
Operating profit surged to Nkr 21.22 billion from 5.0 billion, while operating revenues jumped to Nkr 105.58 billion from 73.75 billion.
The Swedish group also recently acquired a 90% stake in its Norwegian competitor Selmer for NKr 2 billion, after raising its stake in Poland's Exbud group to 75% in March for SKr 900 million.
President of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) signed decrees on handing over awards to in connection with