from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. New Brunswick
- abbr. northbound
- abbr. nota bene
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- Nota bene; used in written English to introduce something to be noted.
- New Brunswick (Canadian province)
- North Bound
- (aviation) prefix code for NASA research bomber plane designations
- abbr. New Brunswick, a province of Canada.
- abbr. West Nusa Tenggara, a province of Indonesia.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We have a 26 minimum, 1 fish per day bag limit on coastal stripers here in NB ..
Maybe we can start something like this in NB as well …?
As far as paying it forward is concerned – I just packaged up and sent three boxes of gently used, donated ornaments to a friend in NB who lost all her stuff to post hurricane flooding in August.
The loggers and landowners in NB are not the enemy here – they are trying to support themselves and their families just like anyone else would.
The Conservation Council of NB is the leader – with their save the Acadian Forest Campaign.
This was 100% devoted to parking issues in Lewes and not a mention about what NB is doing for his constituents at Westminster.
As well, the Acadians in NB have never been big fans of Quebec separatism -- not because they're not proud of their french roots, but because of Quebec's approach to minority rights (in Quebec, this means "English rights") -- and their approach was horrible.
NB's issue on special status for Quebec was that, unlike the rest of 'bilingual' Canada, NB is in fact the country's only biligual province (about 70/30 English/French) and would need to examine these minority protections.
Now that the NB is a go, I need to update the editors considering the proposals on my latest.
The data affected were in the continuation trial after week 28 originally called NB-303, then renamed COR-II.