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also Na·rev  (nä′rəf)
A river rising in western Belarus and flowing about 440 km (275 mi) to northeast Poland and then generally west and southwest to the Western Bug River near its confluence with the Vistula River.
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(ˈnɑ rɛf)

a river in NE Poland, flowing S and SW into the Bug River: battle 1915. 290 mi. (465 km) long.
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supra note 129 (noting announcements by ANZ Bank CEO Mike Smith and Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev).
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) competitors are no longer just Westpac, ANZ Bank and the National Australia Bank (NAB), but also tech firms such as Apple and Google, CBA Chief Executive Ian Narev said on Tuesday.
Its commander-in-chief, Marshal Edward Smigly-Rydz, therefore had to decide whether to keep the majority of his forces back behind the natural defensive line formed by the Vistula, San and Narev rivers, or try to protect Poland's industrial heartlands and best agricultural land in the west of the country.
Take, for example, this grammatically puzzling placard on a Soviet railway station: A WARM WELCOME TO THE LIBERATORS OF THE CITY OF NAREV FROM THE GERMAN FASCIST AGGRESSORS.
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Comyn is to replace outgoing chief executive, Ian Narev, on April 9.