Nor.

Related to Nor.: NOR gate, NOR flash

Nor.

abbr.
1. Norman
2. or nor.
a. north
b. northern
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Shortly after Fern performs a failed spell on television, she returns to her hometown, wanting to see Nor. Although Nor has never shown any clear signs that she has inherited any magic, Fern is convinced that Nor has what she wants--and she is not wrong.
The broker has set the share price target at NOK85 and operates with a "buy" recommendation on DnB NOR.
The only issues in dispute here are the extent to which vouchers as a sanction for chronic failure are uniquely capable of producing gains and whether those gains are large or nor. Carnoy and Harris suggest that perhaps the threat of reconstitution or the stigma of being labeled a failure can motivate schools to improve.
Existing shareholders will receive two subscription rights for each nine shares held in DnB NOR. One subscription right entitles the holder to subscribe for one new share.
Norwegian IT group EDB Business Partner ASA said on Thursday (29 April) that it had received a framework contract for IT integration from the Norwegian financial group DnB NOR.
"The acquisition of SalusAnsvar will give DnB NOR access to a well-established distribution network and a large customer base in Sweden for the sale of products and solutions to retail customers based on their membership in professional organisations," said Asmund Skar, group executive vice president of DnB NOR.