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NNEWNextGen Net-Enabled Weather (US NOAA)
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nNew Wolves boss Glenn Hoddle watched from the directors' box as they slumped to a 2-1 loss to Millwall.
n Operations nNew product development n Financial and business accounting n Information computer technology n Human resources n Health, safety and the environment Paul Tinsley, ESF programme manager at the Learning and Skills Council, says SkillWorks has proved to be popular: ``In the past,companies may have had to compromise on their training because it was too expensive for them to undertake and that may not always have been good for the business.
Nnew FDA regulation aims to mitigate supply chain risks with technology.
nNew drama series Nip Tuck - about the business of carving up human beings to make them look younger or swell their assets - is a searing portrayal of the multi million dollar plastic surgery industry.
Danny Tiatto, Alfie Haaland and Paul Dickov were all booked for felling Beckham - but, on each occasion, the nnew England captain just dusted himself down, picked himself up and started all over again.
Their critical works formed the springboard for the Nnew Criticism.
TARGETS ZSiobhan Holmes and Michelle Byrne in Dublin yesterday ACTION nNew law gives homeowners more rights to defend their homes from callous raiders
EADS North America will build and modify the KC-45, along with A330 commercial freighters, at a nnew factory to be built in Alabama.
The top choices among the small and medium businesses that have taken a CarbonTrust loaninthefirstsixmonths of 2009 are: nNew energy efficient lighting and lighting controls, a key way for any business to save money, provided annual savings of nearly pounds 1 million for the companies helped so far.
NNEW FILMS ( Regional premieres of: Mother of Mine directed by young Finnish director Klaus Haro; Danish filmmaker Susanne Blier's latest family drama, After the Wedding; Into Great Silence by Philip Groning about a silent order of monks; the documentary about Nokia, A Decent Factory by Thomas Balmees; another brilliant offering by Denmark's Christopher Boe, Allegro; Gambler also from Denmark directed by Phie Ambo, which follows the fate of director Nicholas Winding Refn when his last feature found him over 5.5 million Danish Kroner in debt; Solidarity, Solidarity, 13x10 minute films to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Polish Solidarity Movement; and Popular Drama, by Reza Bagher from Sweden, a coming-of-age drama/comedy set in the 1960s.
nNew Zealand won the toss, fielded and won by five wickets on their last visit
nNEW bosses of speedway giants Glasgow Tigers will today start contacting riders to secure their signatures for the coming season.