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CNR

Abbreviation for:
contrast-to-noise ratio (see there)
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It is also important to remember that just because a CNR hasn't donated to one organization does not necessarily mean the donor hasn't given to similar nonprofits.
CNR also argued that it would have encountered undue hardship if it had accommodated the Complainants.
Annals said he was disappointed the conference and CNR venue had been shifted from Morocco for two reasons.
It was never intended for drinking water," says Jim Feeny, CNR public affairs director in Winnipeg.
One of the objectives of the campaign is to communicate how vital intellectual curiosity and spiritual life are to CNR.
The Compagnie nationale du Rhone (CNR), France's second electricity generator, and Electrabel, Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux's Belgian subsidiary, have signed an agreement on the creation of a joint venture, called Energie du Rhone, to market electricity in France, according to CNR Chairman Jean-Pierre Ronteix.
The CNR card allows computer manufacturers to configure network-ready solutions for several different market segments.
known locally as CNR, rushed to the city's airport in midwinter two years ago.
Rozzi, president of Corporate National Realty (CNR), announced that CNR represented Euram Management Inc.
The carrier-to-noise ratio (CNR) output of an ideal bandpass limiter is enhanced if the input CNR is greater than unity, as shown in Figure 6.
In regard to railway locomotive market, CNR Dalian Locomotive & Rolling Stock Co.