NAR

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AcronymDefinition
NARNC (North Carolina) Association of Realtors
NARNucleic Acids Research (journal)
NARNational Association of REALTORS
NARNikkei Asian Review (publication)
NARNational Association of Rocketry
NARNew Apostolic Reformation (religious movement)
NARNational Association of Racing (Japan)
NARNovell Authorized Reseller
NARNo Apparent Reason
NARNorth American Republic (gaming)
NARNeeds Assessment Report (various organizations)
NARNational Air Race (1920-1949)
NARNational Alliance for Reconstruction (Trinidad and Tobago)
NARNet Attendance Ratio (education)
NARNuclei Armati Rivoluzionari (Italian: Armed Revolutionary Nuclei; political group)
NARNot At Risk
NARNationale Arbeidsraad (Dutch: National Labor Council; Brussels, Belgium)
NARNorth American Region
NARNetwork Access Request
NARNetwork Access Restriction (Cisco)
NARNominal Annual Rate (finance)
NARNarita International Airport (Tokyo)
NARNon-Advocate Review (NASA)
NARNaval Air Reserve
NARNet Amount At Risk (insurance)
NARNorthern Alberta Railway
NARNorth American Route
NARNurses Aid Registry (various locations)
NARNet as Received (coal)
NARNet After Royalty
NARNotice of Ammunition Reclassification
NARNon Accidental Release (hazardous materials)
NARName Authority Record (library catalogues)
NARNo Assembly Required (Toronto band)
NARNon-Conventional Assisted Recovery (US DoD)
NARNaval Air Representative (US Navy)
NARNumerical Adjusted Recapitulation
NARNew-Access Router
NARNon Advocate Review
NARNursing Assistant Registered
NARNîmes Auto Rétro (French automobile club; Nîmes, France)
NARNuclear Acoustic Resonance
NARNo Adverse Reaction (medical charting)
NARNational Advertising Revenue (UK television)
NARNational Asbestos Registry
NARNumerical Analysis Research
NARNuisance Alarm Ratio (security industry)
NARNo Answer/Action Required
NARNAVOCEANO At-Sea Representative
NARNext Address Register
NARNumbering, Addressing and Routing
NARNomenclature Assignment Request
NARNon-Available Reason
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Our grievances with government include non-implementation of the NEEDS assessment report, non-passage of the Polytechnics Act Amendment Bill, sorry state of state-owned institutions and shortfalls in personnel cost releases.
The Committee proceeded to review the progress of the project to date, focusing in particular on the validation of the Migration Governance Technical Capacity and Needs Assessment report, the migration law reviews and the formulation of the National Immigration Policy.
The needs assessment report is available online at bit.
He mentioned the Damage and Needs Assessment report on the devastating floods, jointly undertaken by the World Bank and Asian Development Bank and said Pakistan suffered an aggregate loss of close to 10 billion dollars in addition to loss of hundreds of precious lives.
The school administration, for example, created a building needs assessment report a year and half ago and found that the system needed some $72 million in repairs and upkeep.
According to the Damage and Needs Assessment report prepared by the multilateral agencies World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, agricultural losses mounted to $5.
While referring to the World Bank and ADBs Damage and Needs Assessment report, the President said that the flood devastation alone have caused a loss of over ten billion US dollars to the national exchequer.
Launching the Scottish Alcohol Needs Assessment report, SAADAT chairwoman MaggieWatts said: "Since 2001, there has been a significant investment of resources and this year has seen an even bigger amount being invested in alcohol services than ever before.
The Mental Health Needs Assessment Report by John Forde, a consultant in public health, states a link between different ethnic groups and common mental disorders.
To prepare a needs assessment report that will enable the organization to enhance support for bereaved individuals and families through a coordinated province-wide approach.
The Affordable Housing Needs Assessment report, released this week, analyzed existing stock to determine which units were deficient or were occupied by households paying too high a percentage of their income.