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CNR

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Canadian National Railways
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Dubai -- In collaboration with the IT Institute of CNR, the National Research Council of Italy, the Italian Industry and Commerce Office in the UAE has organised the congress entitled "Trustable Internet as the engine for the dissemination of culture and industrial innovation", on November 16, at Thuraya Hall, Dubai Internet City.
"Any attempts to scuttle and abort the MRT expansion project are improper," the statement from CNR Dalian said.
The event is promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and created by the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), the Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN), the BioRobotics Institute of the Sant'Anna School of Advanced studies, with contributions from other institutions.
Each Complainant received a recall notice, which provided that they had 1 5 days to report to Vancouver, contacted CNR communicating her inability to cover the Vancouver shortage due to parental responsibilities; and asked to be excused from the transfer on a compassionate basis.
The open CNR software architecture allows Audi to configure its vehicles with simple software upgrades to offer more than 20 variations of a new infotainment platform.
The company said that its Tadiran CNR 9000 and Tadiran HF 6000 offer voice and high data rate transfer and are considered the leading technology in the industry.
Belgian energy company Electrabel, an electricity producer and retailer belonging to the Suez Group (now GDP Suez)has breached the EU Merger Regulation for acquiring CNR, another electricity producer, the Commission said.
"With CNR.com you have a complete software marketplace that provides easy access to everything that Linux users of all levels need."
"As CNR expands its commercial offerings, we're happy to offer another quality virtualization solution in Parallels, a product our customers have requested," said Larry Kettler, president and CEO of Linspire.
The contract, awarded by CNR International (Cote d'Ivoire) SARL (CNR), involves the addition of new separation and gas compression modules, and associated system modifications.
Linspire pioneered CNR ("click and run") Technology, which allows Linspire users access to thousands of software programs, each of which can be downloaded and installed with just one mouse click.
"It was never intended for drinking water," says Jim Feeny, CNR public affairs director in Winnipeg.