NRDS

AcronymDefinition
NRDSNeonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome
NRDSNational Realtor Database System
NRDSNoakhali Rural Development Society (Bangladesh)
NRDSNuclear Rocket Development Station
NRDSNational Regional Development Strategy (Bulgaria)
NRDSNot Red Don't Shoot (Eve Online gaming)
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This, combined with recession in Russia, has reduced NRDs from 55% of total sector deposits at mid-2015.
The environmental benefits for the three categories that would come from sticking to NRDs in upper middle-income countries were generally smaller than for the high-income countries, and were calculated as 0.8-12.2 percent, 7.7-19.4 percent and 7.2-18.6 percent, respectively.
Methodology: Forty-nine neonates who were diagnosed as NRDS and admitted in our hospital from May 2014 to June 2015 were selected and divided into an observation group and a control group.
Apart from this body of common law, federal and state legislatures have enacted detailed statutory provisions allowing the recovery of NRDs. (255) CERCLA, passed in 1980, provides for NRDs due to releases of "hazardous substances." (256) Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska, Congress enacted the OPA in 1990 to impose liability for NRDs and cleanup costs associated with oil spills.
Because of the use of steroids and breathing equipment, deaths from NRDS are now extremely rare in the UK.
HP ramped up production at its Mechanicsburg, Pa., staging facility to more than 105 seats per day, and seat shipments to the Navy Recruiting Districts (NRD) commenced soon after.
NRDS was developed from a workshop organised last year by the National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) to harness the contributions of all stakeholders on how to transform rice production.
However, problems arose when the application for residency was rejected by the Naturalisation and Residency Department (NRD).
During the past year NJDEP announced a major initiative to address more than 400 claims, and collect up to $950 million in NRDs from 66 corporations.
The original consent decree is unmistakable in its design not to affect or impair the "rights and obligations, if any, of Alaska Native villages to act as trustees for the purposes of asserting and compromising claims" for NRDs resulting from the spill.