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NRMANational Reloading Manufacturers Association
NRMANatural Resource Management Area
NRMANational Roads & Motorists' Association (Australia)
NRMANational Resources Mobilization Act (Canada)
NRMANational Retail Mutual Association (theft database; Chapin, SC)
NRMANew Richmond Municipal Airport
NRMANick Rypock Moving Average
NRMANon-Reciprocal Microstrip Antenna
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THE DIFFERENTIATION OF NRMA SOLDIERS AND THE ZOMBIE CLASSIFICATION
The call from Mr Evans follows the launch of a NRMA report on road rage which surveyed 1500 people across New South Wales and Canberra.
Lifesaver Helicopter Base, Mascot, NRMA Careflight Helicopter Base, Westmead, Sydney, Emergency Departments St George Hospital, Kogarah and Wollongong Hospital, Wollongong New South Wale, Australia
Of the 15 companies represented on the NRMA's accounting principles committee (apart from MW and Sears), five had balances in their deferred tax credit account relating to installment receivables that were equal to or exceeded 15% of their total current liabilities, excluding the credit, at the end of their 1964-1965 fiscal years: J.C.
There were a total of eleven organisations in the study area that classified themselves as resorts (NRMA Accommodation Guide, 2000.
In 1940 the government introduced the National Resources Mobilization Act (NRMA), which called for all Canadians, including treaty Indians, over sixteen years of age to put their names in a national register.
The number of investors in existing companies rose through the 1990s, and millions of new investors also entered the market through full and partial privatizations, especially those of Telstra and the Commonwealth Bank, and through demutualizations like those of the AMP and the NRMA. Rising from a figure of some 14 percent in 1991, a slight majority of Australian adults are now share owners.
Australia's National Roads and Motorists Association (NRMA) is calling for a national ethanol education campaign to accompany a recent gasoline pump labeling law.
A research report prepared for NRMA Pty Ltd, Sydney.
They are everywhere, they are in the front lines, building roads, manning artillery, driving tanks, flying overhead, and bringing the vital supplies in by boat." (36) Hundreds of Verdunites were also on active duty in Canada, serving as home-defence conscripts under the 1940 National Resources Mobilization Act (NRMA) or as volunteer members of the Reserve Army in Canada.
And so, NRF, which itself is the combination of two different trade associations and which most people on the merchandising side remember as once being NRMA -- the National Retail Merchants Association -- was the entity that represented upstairs stores, primarily department and specialty-type operations.
The Sutton Coldfield-based company has signed a deal to supply its underwriting software to NRMA Insurance NZ (NRMA), enabling it to top last year's pounds 2 million order book.