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nat.

abbreviation for
1. national
2. natural
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Sally and Neil selected their outfits on Friday during what was one of their first trips out from their home in Jesmond without Nat.
Around the world, more than 53 million units of blood are screened with NAT.
A recent survey of organ procurement organizations (OPO) found that 52% of OPOs report always performing HIV NAT on deceased donors, whereas 24% of OPOs never perform HIV NAT.
The chefs have changed over the years but they are always taught how to cook Maharaja style," says Nat.
Native interoperability with QLogic blade server switches allows customers to consolidate blade server storage resources while leveraging Cisco intelligent storage networking infrastructure to provide capabilities such as VSANs, integrated InterVSAN Routing, and now integrated InterVSAN Routing with FC NAT.
Faith helps to save her mother and some others; but she realizes that this job is not something she could do alone, and reluctantly admits that she has learned some things from Nat.
Consider what happens when separate devices handle the IPSec VPN, the access control(firewall), and NAT.
The business is suffering and they're trying to deflect things away from Nat.
Conventional diagnostic methods such as cell culture, antibody testing, and even symptomatic diagnosis consume considerable time as compared to NAT.
But Mrs Mair, who has since split up with her husband and moved in with a man across the street, insists she had no romantic interest in Nat.