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- abbr. National Public Radio
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- n. Nepalese rupee
- National Public Radio
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(Soundbite of music) BLOCK: And there's a recipe for maple-bacon cupcakes at our website: npr. org Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright National Public Radio.
Just go to npr. org and click on Contact Us. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright National Public Radio.
In the body of the message, include the following text: send npr nprintro send npr npr01 send npr npr02 send npr npr03 send npr npr04 send npr nprconc send npr nprend send npr nappenbc In addition, the following documents are also available through the almanac@ace. esusda.gov electronic mail server. send npr help - This document send npr nprcomments - Remarks from the President and Vice President on the NPR send npr npr_background - NPR Background Briefing send npr otr_brief - Osborne & Sharp OTR Briefing For users with access to gopher, these same documents can be accessed through the esusda. gov gopher.
What makes the name NPR a useful descriptor for this music?
Under "Rock/Pop/Folk," you'll find this mix listed under the title "NPR Workout Mix."
I did remind people that NPR is increasingly successful even though people haven't really noticed, and I decided to stand up for them.
"I have a feeling that NPR is going to become a dominant player in the world of media, say, by 2020," Newmark concluded.
In my version of the Scorpion and the Frog, NPR is the frog who, in spite of clear and convincing evidence to the contrary, continued to put O'Reilly on their back.
NPR is one of the most important news firms in the country because it has a not-for-profit model of calm analysis that appeals to millions.
Kristol says NPR is arrogant and lacking in self-awareness.
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