NATA


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to NATA: Naat

NATA

National Athletic Trainers Association, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ceri Johnston at The Early Bird on Woodville Road, Cardiff and right, from top, a pastel de nata from Nata & Co, and dough is kneaded at Pettigrew | Ceri Johnston at The Early Bird on Woodville Road, Cardiff and right, from top, a pastel de nata from Nata & Co, and dough is kneaded at Pettigrew
That creates large variations in accuracy, which was a primary problem identified by the EPAs Science Advisory Board (SAB) a decade ago when it reviewed the first generation of NATA.
NATA is the authority responsible for the accreditation of laboratories, inspection bodies, calibration services, producers of certified reference materials and proficiency testing scheme providers throughout Australia.
Other than revealing that his version of Pastel de Nata has eggs, sugar, milk and flour he refused to divulge other ingredients or how it is created.
Founded in 1940, NATA promotes safety and the success of aviation businesses through advocacy efforts before government, the media, and the public.
Flor Y Nata finished third to Sexy Lady in a similar event over a furlong further at Baden-Baden four weeks ago with Imperia, who reopposes today, a neck back in fourth.
Prague bar in Hurst Street's Arcadian Centre has joined forces with Portuguese pastelaria Nata to offer vibrant food and Mediterranean indulgence.
WITH its candle-lit tables, traditional music and rustic-painted walls, it's hard to believe Nata is in the middle of busy Martineau Place.
An equally important weapon in the battle against steroid use," says NATA President Chuck Kimmel, "is a thorough education of our professional and student-athletes, parents, and coaches on the serious health problems they can cause now and later in life.
Last year, NATA released their position statement on lightning safety.
The NATA is looking for the 100 airports most in need of help; those that it considers are vital to the US's overall air transport infrastructure but which face obstacles to any further development.
Nine of the deposed government members being held hostage by rebels in Fiji's parliament house were released early Wednesday morning and the remaining 18 will be released within the next 24 hours, rebel spokesman Joe Nata said.