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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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First, the frog provides a sense of security and satisfies people's need for a relationship while being able to escape reality and the fear of being hurt.
The Bronzeye was developed by an angler who's almost synonymous with frog fishing, Dean Rojas, while the Horny Toad spurred the development of soft plastic frogs (sometimes called toads) with paddle feet that churn the surface on a straight retrieve.
Most of the time, the dead frog remains where it was hit or sinks to the bottom directly below.
Some students will move the green frog first of all and then jump the spotted frog over the green one.
The newly discovered species are Don's Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana doni ), Indian Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana indica ), Large Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana magna ), Maharashtra Goldenbacked Frog ( Hylarana caesari ), Sreeni's Golden- backed Frog ( Hylarana sreeni ),
Now the 4,000 tonnes of frog legs they consume each year are imported from other countries, and France doesn't come close to the amount of frogs that are eaten in Asia.
The final chapter of the book is a wonderful catalog of the frog families.
Fairgoers can construct a frog, and have a chance at winning a cash prize for their efforts, according to contest organizer Emily Bancroft.
The mock wedding of a male and a female frog is performed in the temple to please the rain deity.
While collecting at Omar Torrijos National Park, Lips' team noticed a common frog much bigger than specimens collected elsewhere.
Dr Parris, who is based at the University of Melbourne, made the discovery while undertaking research on nine frog species in public ponds in and around Melbourne.
The monkey frog is well known to the Matse and Mayoruna Amerindian tribes of western Amazonia.