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NBC

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) (in the US) National Broadcasting Company
2. (Military) (of weapons or warfare) nuclear, biological, and chemical

NBC

National Broadcasting Company (a television network).
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Among others, the wide-ranging sites included Hariri's residences; the Tripoli vehicle dealership where the Mitsubishi truck allegedly used in the suicide bombing was purchased; the Samino jewelry stores owned by defendant Mustafa Badreddine; the Tripoli cellphone shops where alleged red network SIM cards were purchased; and the Reuters and Al-Jazeera offices that received anonymous phone calls to fetch a videotaped confession by the alleged attacker.
Contract notice: Dmo1 - shedding red network - lot 12 d: roundabout, enlargement, shunt removal.
But it is by no means certain Virgin would expand its Little Red network even if Heathrow gets a third runway.
NNA - Accused Mustapha Badreddine's Counsel, Antoine Korkmaz, expressed disapproval of the issue of the telephone calls, especially that the Prosecutor General is relying on the theme of the red network while not knowing yet the people with whom Ayyash spoke to.
Now they also have access to the Red network, with less than 50% of A-B's volume going through exclusive houses, it's amazing how fast that happened.
The "story of a mixed marriage between an Irish Catholic girl and a Jewish boy" (135) ran on the NBC Red network from January 1942- through September 1944.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- WatchGuard(R) Technologies, a leading provider of network security solutions, today unveiled its "green" business and technology initiative, firmly positioning WatchGuard's trademark red network security appliances as the greenest in the market.
Stagecoach, which has taken over the former Midland Red network, says increased ticket prices from next month are "inevitable".
In her 1934 work, The Red Network, Dilling warned against the threats presented by communists and their sympathizers, who for Dilling ranged from Jane Addams and Eleanor Roosevelt to Mahatma Gandhi and Sigmund Freud.
Red Network Solutions, a specialist provider of network, Internet and e-mail security solutions, has taken just two years to grow a global order book worth pounds 4 million, create 30 local jobs and move into prestigious offices on Keele University's Innovation Centre, Staffordshire.