Nut

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Nut

The total amount an advertiser spends on a television, radio or Internet marketing campaign. For example, if an advertiser sponsors a radio program and broadcasts $1 million worth of commercials, that $1 million is that advertiser's nut.

NUT

see NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.
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If reproducing his Gowran run, Pause And Ponder should prove a tough nut to crack this afternoon.
To obtain hickory nuts, however, one must still "go nutting" for several years after planting the trees, because they do not bear nuts for at least five years, and trying to estimate how many years will pass before trees of a particular type go into full nut-bearing potential is a tough nut to crack indeed.
The Imps, needing just a point to secure their play-off place, proved a tough nut to crack.
30: RIGHTFUL RULER (74) is better than he showed on 'Poly' last week, he'll come on for that and Ronsard (65), Lady Hen (65) will probably find him a tough nut to crack.
They will be a tough nut to crack, but if we can break them within 30 minutes, we could see a few going in.
However, it admits the UK will be a tough nut to crack as it is much more developed than the rest of Europe when it comes to ethnic food.
Bolton will be a tough nut to crack, make no mistake.
Brazil was a tough nut to crack, says Volando CEO Esteban Torbar.
From what the top dogs at Rugby Police Station were saying this week, the problem is so big it's going to be a tough nut to crack.