from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. National Research Council
- abbr. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
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- Netherlands Reformed Congregation
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- National Research Council (Canada)
- Not Recommended for Children. (A film classification no longer used)
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- n. an independent federal agency created in 1974 to license and regulate nuclear power plants
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Mr. Borchardt said the battery-life issues may become part of a longer-term NRC review because the agency could need to conduct research to support a change in regulations.
The NRC is acting like a group of immature kids nitpicking and looking for something to NAG ON!.
If this is the case, it is out task to report this, CBS researcher Jan Latten explained in NRC Handelsblad.
Beyond Einstein Gets Thumbs Up from NRC is the next entry in this blog.
A Canadian industrial team co-ordinated by NRC is just now confirming the world's biggest single advance in space robotics.
You have to believe that 1) the NRC is composed of idiots; and, 2) NASA/JPL has never built or done any of these things before.
The $650M MSL estimate NASA and JPL provided to the NRC was a low ball, buy in estimate.
Mr. Fanning called the NRC's decision "an important day in America."
“The NRC is the final arbiter of what becomes a regulation,” he said, “with safety the total focus of our effort.”
The NRC is an independent regulatory agency headed by a five-member commission.
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