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NRC

Abbreviation for:
National Research Council (see there)
net replacement cost Healthcare financing
not recommended for children
not routine care
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (see there)
nutrition-related complications
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Evan Gladstone, founder and executive managing partner of NRC, said, "We could not miss the opportunity to work with the professionals at NAI and to help reposition at the Commercial Property PowerSale[TM] with our platform."
Faced with resistance from industry, the NRC found itself in a predicament.
"In light of the agency's information blackout, NRC is obligated to also suspend a business-as-usual approach with the nuclear utilities," said Mariotte.
On May 3, 1997, the NRC licensing board gave activists the victory they had been seeking.
And Diablo Canyon is just one of nearly a dozen sites where grassroots interveners have rabble-roused the NRC and utilities into fixing defective plants or mothbailing clunkers.
The NRC members were commenting on the proposed formation of the Newspaper Association of America, which would merge the American Newspaper Publishers Association with Newspaper Marketing Inc., which itself is a merger of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau and the NRC, the International Newspaper Advertising and Marketing Executives, the International Newspaper Marketing Association, the International Circulation Managers Association, the Newspaper Advertising Co-op Network, and the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers.
"I have presented the data before party interim president regarding the people who have been excluded from the final NRC list, and the stand of different political parties taken on this issue," said Rawat while speaking to the reporters on Monday.
These are the people whose names were included in the draft NRC published on July 30 last year but subsequently found ineligible.
Majumdar has accused Hajela of conspiring to intentionally exclude Bengali Indians from the NRC.
The report said that the people in Assam excluded from the draft National Register of Citizens (NRC) spent Rs 7,836 crore for the hearings and many have been so economically crippled that they will not be able to challenge their exclusion before the Foreigners' Tribunals.
Jaishankar's statement in Dhaka on Tuesday that the soon-to-be-published National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam is India's internal matter lets Bangladesh off the hook as far as a possible return of those who don't find their names in the NRC is concerned, The Hindu says in an editorial.
Recommendations are due to the five-member NRC board in June.