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narc

American slang for a narcotics enforcement agent.

'narc'

American slang for narcotics enforcement agent. Cf Narks.
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The NARC has said that offal and leftovers of the animals should be disposed of properly by burying or handing it over to the municipal corporation staff, meat should not be handled bare handed, children should be kept away from animals, only professional butchers should be hired to slaughter animals, the area where the animal is slaughtered should be disinfected and a physician should be consulted immediately in case of vomiting, nausea, diarrhoea and muscle and abdominal pain.
Each NARC In The Park will be an all-day affair, with specially selected NARC DJs spinning the tunes between the acts, and there will also street food and lots of Wylam-curated beer available on the day.
NARC spokesperson Ghulam Mustafa did not respond when he was approached over phone for comments.
He urged the participants to practice new knowledge which they learned at NARC during training and share with other farmers of their region to increase production.
The Tyne Bar welcomes Confusion is Next, organised by NARC. wordsmith Linsey Teggert, which promises to be 'loud and rifftastic'.
Narc editor Claire Dupree said: "We've been so impressed with the quality of bands coming out of Teesside lately, and Collectors Club are one of my personal favourites."
Present at the release ceremony in Al Abyadh Sidi Al Sheikh in Al Beidh province were Juan Al Khaili, Director of NARC and Dr Nigel Collar, representative of BirdLife International, a global alliance of conservation organisations working together for the world's birds and people, officials of the Algerian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and representatives of hunters societies and wildlife enthusiasts.
Narc is officially rated only 2lb inferior to hot favourite Benny The Bull, and unlike some of the US raiders, is proven on a straight course.
Well, in the excellent Narc's split screen sequence, one of it's character's handlebar moustaches and the good-cop, bad-cop pairing of Ray Liotta and Jason Patric, there are definite echoes of classics like Serpico and The French Connection.
FANS of Ray Liotta will undoubtedly do a double-take when they see him in his latest movie, Narc, as a hefty homicide cop in Detroit's seedy underworld - a role for which he gained nearly two stone in weight.