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Due to changes in government policy, NRMA legislation and NRMA Army training practices and procedures, the forced performances associated with being mobilized and becoming an NRMA soldier became more significant over the course of the war.
Calling for Canberrans to improve their reputation, NRMA Director Alan Evans said that Canberrans tailgated more, hogged the right-hand lane a bit more and made sure that others were not allowed to merge in.
Dr Ken Harrison from the NRMA Careflight retrieval service and Dr Michael Novy from the Department of Retrieval Medicine at St George Hospital for their assistance in conducting the testing.
The Retail Committee on Accounting Principles of the National Retail Merchants Association (NRMA), representing 15 major department stores and mail-order houses (including MW, Sears, and City Stores), objected to the reclassification.
Electoral Comm.) He conducted the 2001, 2003 & 2005 NRMA Board of Directors' Elections as Returning Officer.
Plain English would be as welcome here as it is in the exemplary NRMA information sheets.
28-30 National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMA)
The president of the National Roads and Motorists' Association (NRMA), of Australia gained key roles on transport advisory committees in the 1930s and consistently recommended the phasing out of trams.
There are also agencies for Suncorp Metway, NRMA and QBE insurance companies.
The National Resources Mobilization Act (NRMA) of 1940 made military service compulsory for in-country service, but overseas service remained voluntary.
The research was conducted by NRMA, which repairs or replaces more than 150,000 cars in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory every year.
IAG's heritage is firmly rooted in roadside assistance, having grown out of Australia's largest motoring organisation, the NRMA.
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