Nall


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.
n.1.An awl.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
and Mike Davis they don't see in Nall, but none of it has been obvious or on display this summer.
Nall has a specific interest in working with patients with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders and is trained in providing diagnostic evaluations for autism.
The afternoon wouldn't get much better for Nall, and it certainly didn't improve for the Beavers, who were blown out 69-10 on a cold evening inside Autzen Stadium.
Nall begins a discussion on fan-powered VAV terminal units.
Rehmann, a financial services firm, said it expects to expand its services in Florida when it combines with Stuart, Florida-based Roegiers Goldin Chappel Nall & Associates (RGCN) on November 1, 2015.
For example, offices need to supply 5 cubic feet per minute (cfm) per person in addition to a baseline of 0.06 cfm per square foot, Nall explains.
"Word of mouth is much more powerful than advertising," Nall told Alaska public relations professionals during an August trip to Fairbanks and Anchorage.
Former Mal-Motels employee Candace Nall sued her boss, Mohammad Malik, for allegedly failing to pay her overtime as required by the Fair Labor Standards Act.
As the AOPA Air Safety Institute (AOPA ASO notes in its 22nd 'Joseph T Nall Report (Nall Report), which closely examines general aviation accident trends in 2010, there "is no direct proof that increasing fuel prices have played a significant role" in the recent increase in fuel-related accidents.
Melanie Nall, 46, suffered serious head injuries after the collision with a Ford Focus in Mere Green Road, Four Oaks.
Linda Nall, MEGT's Group Marketing Manager, believes this is the time - again - to adjust your business for the short term in order to ensure you are ready for growth in the long term.
He leaves behind two daughters, Cindy Nall and Dori Jackson; a very special son-in-law, John Nall; a brother, Richard Beck; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.