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NRNot Required
NRNot Rated
NRNaval Reserve
NRNumber
NRNummer (Swedish: Number)
NRNear (hospitality industry)
NRNo Result
NRNational Register
NRNational Review (political magazine)
NRNATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Restricted
NRNatural Resources
NRNot Really
NRNot Reported
NRNorwich (postcode, United Kingdom)
NRNatural Rubber
NRNot Recommended
NRNo Reserve
NRNauru
NRNoise Reduction
NRNo Response (polls)
NRNetwork Rail (UK)
NRNuclear Receptor (protein class)
NRNon-Resident
NRNot Ready
NRNorma Regulamentadora (Portuguese: Regulatory Standard; Brazil)
NRNot Real (mathematics)
NRNouvelle République (French: New Republic; newspaper)
NRNursing Research
NRNo Reference
NRNormal Range
NRNo Reply
NRNext Round
NRNew Roads (Louisiana)
NRNo Reaction
NRNuclear Reactor
NRNichtraucher (German: non-smokers)
NRNorthern Region (Ghana)
NRNot Responding
NRNational Rail (Australia)
NRNon-Returnable
NRNationalrat (Austrian Parlamentary Institution)
NRNon-Response
NRNewton-Raphson (geometry)
NRNet Revenue (finance)
NRNovember Rain (Guns N' Roses song)
NRNothing Really
NRNo Recovery
NRNorthern Rockies
NRNeutral Red (dye)
NRNight Rider
NRNo Repeats
NRNose Right (aviation)
NRNumber of Rotations (main rotor speed)
NRNicotine Replacement (therapy)
NRNot Reserved (auction)
NRNot Remarkable
NRNon-Recognition
NRNeutron Radiography
NRNot Racist
NRNo Regrets
NRNouveau Riche
NRNorsk Regnesentral (Norwegian Computing Center)
NRNotes Receivable
NRNeighborhood Residential (districts; various locations)
NRNon-Reportable
NRNetwork Report
NRNice Roll
NRNon-conformance Report
NRNonregistered
NRNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) restricted
NRNo Rush (Starcraft game)
NRRecurrent Nova
NRNintendo Revolution (game system)
NRNekromantix (band)
NRNaval Regulations (US Navy)
NRNull Reference
NRNorthern Rebels (gaming clan)
NRNegative Reinforcement
NRNewly Reformulated (pharmacology)
NRNaval Reactor
NRNew Relativity (physics)
NRNo Replication (Cache)
NRNippon Rietec (Japan)
NRNon-Record Material
NRNaturally Radioactive
NRNintendo Ring
NRNicktoons Racing (game)
NRNarrow Resonance
NRNegative Rebuttal (debate)
NRNo Refill (prescription)
NRSubmersible Research Vehicle (Nuclear Propulsion)
NRNavigational Radar
NRNautic Radio (Island of Vis, Croatia)
NRNet Riddle (Central Riddle Network)
NRNoise Redemption (band)
NRNorth American Rockwell Corporation
NRNormothermic Recirculation
NRNørrer (Danish: Northern)
NRNo Resuscitation/Revival
NRNucleo de Reserva (Guatemala, police reserves)
NRMain Rotor Speed-Rotor Rate of Rotation in percent
NRNotice of Results/Rating
NRNomad Renegade (gaming clan)
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Rosario suffered a broken nose right before the New Year during TNT's tune-up game against NLEX and that injury sidelined him for the KaTropa's first three games.
As he sits it out waiting to go to court, counter-terrorism officer Gabe (Paddy Considine) and his rookie young sidekick (we feel she might just outwit him, which will put his nose right out of joint) attempt to enlist him as an informer by letting him off the hook.
"They kind of stick their nose right in a bunch of leaves and then pick out two leaves they really want to eat," Johnson said.
As a child, middle daughter Radha "used to roll down the car window and stick her nose right into the city air; she used to beg for street food as they passed every cart".
Well, if they have anything about them, the Lancashire players and head coach Ashley Giles should be sticking a new contract for next year under his nose right now because when you have a player like Prince in your side, you try everything you can to keep hold of him.
"Nose right on, this is gorgeous," said taster Gregg Glaser.
Instead of bolting like I assumed he would, he slowed and actually took several steps in my direction before pausing to stretch his neck and point his nose right at me.
You're usually the first with your nose right in there wondering what's going on, so why are you so reluctant?
To move through the water and pull off stunts, the pilot adjusts the craft's pitch (nose up or down), roll (sideways tilt), and yaw (nose right or left) by manipulating the Seabreacher's flippers and water jet (see photo, above).
He must have thought, 'If I could ever bob my nose right, then I'll be a leading man.' "
TURNED my perfectly formed nose right up at the notion of potato painting.