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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member or supporter of the Scottish National Party
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) NZ a member of the National Party
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) NZ a Member of Parliament for the National Party
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1. national.
2. native.
3. natural.
4. naturalist.
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ABBR =nationalnal.
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References in classic literature ?
There was young Nat Swaine, once the bravest boat-header out of all Nantucket and the Vineyard; he joined the meeting, and never came to good.
'Give me your hand, Nat,' said the old gentleman, in an altered voice.
In this context, the difference observed in the race-induced changes of FA concentration between NAT and COL appears as a peculiar change that was probably not sufficient to demonstrate a significant utilization of lipid metabolism in [NAT.sub.1000] but probably a sign of a mobilization of energetic substrates that was faster in NAT than in COL.
Health Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said, three additional NAT laboratories are in line with the efforts of the government to raise the quality and safety of blood supplied to patients.
Andy, who achieved fame on ITV's The X Factor, will take his Nat King Cole Songbook tour to theatres throughout the UK, including a date at Cannock's Prince of Wales Theatre tonight.
According to Nat, Sienghan provoked him with insults as he was packing his equipment and ready to go home at the end of a Khmer New Year dance party at a pagoda, when nobody else was dancing.
Jazz legend Nat sold more than 50m records during a glittering career, which was recognised with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
He was also told that a check by a vehicle examiner resulted in prohibition notices for four NAT buses found to have defects.
NAT system is an advanced technique to screen blood for blood transfusion diseases.
The award was to Griller Nat Verde, launched by the industry at the event.
NAT assigned the tender for supplying 64 trains in the third and fourth phases of the third metro line to the French ALSTOM and Hyundai Rotem.
'All registered blood banks should be encouraged to use NAT to improve screening standards in Sindh,' said a senior medical practitioner at a public awareness seminar held to mark World Hepatitis Day organised by Husaini Haematology and Oncology Trust (HHOT) at its head office.