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NWRNational Wildlife Refuge
NWRNOAA Weather Radio
NWRNew World Resources (various locations)
NWRNorth West Region
NWRNetware Requester
NWRNorth Western Railway
NWRNational Wildlife Reserve
NWRNew Wave Research (various locations)
NWRNot Worth Repairing
NWRNot Work Related
NWRNew Works Review (online literary journal)
NWRNetwork Wavelength Requirement
NWRNuclear Weapons Report
NWRNot Worth Reporting
NWRNavy Weapons Range
NWRNorth Warren Regional Middle School (Blairstown, New Jersey)
NWRNavy Women's Rugby (US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD)
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Staynor knew one family on the NWR who lived in Saharanpur, and had a son who was on the engineering staff stationed at Lahore.
CNRL and/or its affiliates are a 50% owner, a 50% subordinated debt provider and a 25% diluted bitumen provider and toll payer in the NWR project.
In an interview with the Economist earlier this year, the tourism expert, who opted to remain anonymous, said NWR's management of the camp sites and lodges across the country's national parks has been nothing but a "disaster".
It recorded a pre-tax loss of EUR3m last year, NWR said previously.
NWR currently has several development projects in Poland and the Czech Republic, which form part of NWR's regional growth strategy.
Mike Salamon, Executive Chairman of NWR's board of directors, said, 'The coking coal and coke prices we have agreed for the third calendar quarter of 2010 are encouraging and are evidence of the continued solid demand for our products this year.'
For the third quarter alone, NWR narrowed its loss by 30% quarter-on-quarter to EUR 27.6 million, over an improvement in market conditions.
Nearly 1,500 acres will be added to the Great Dismal Swamp NWR in North Carolina, Maine's Lake Umbagog NWR will grow by more than 1,100 acres, and 180 acres will be added to Oregon's Tualatin NWR.
The NWR is a nationwide network of radio stations broadcasting 24 hours a day from National Weather Service offices to alert people of approaching dangerous weather and other emergencies, including natural, environmental and public safety alerts.
Conte NWR is one of 10 refuges profiled in "Refuges at Risk: The Threat of Global Warming, America's Ten Most Endangered National Wildlife Refuges 2006" released in advance of National Wildlife Refuge Week October 8- 14.
The NWR system is the nation's only network of federal lands specifically dedicated to the protection and conservation of fish, wildlife and plants.