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NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization. A military alliance originally designed to deter against potential Soviet invasion. Members pledge mutual defense; that is, an attack on one is considered an attack on all. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has been involved in other military engagement, notably in the Balkans and Afghanistan. Members include the United States and a number of European countries. It was founded in 1949 and is based in Brussels.
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On the other hand, one of the significant improvements in this edition of NATA is the ability to include information on substances that form in the atmosphere from precursor chemicals or are altered by atmospheric reactions, an idea that also was a primary recommendation of the 2001 SAB report.
More than 3000 facilities in Australia and around 50 other economies are NATA members.
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Nata said the remaining hostages would be released Thursday, but it may not be until after the meeting of the 50 high chiefs from Fiji's 14 provinces, which is scheduled to begin at 8 a.
But Nata said it was "a deliberate effort by the military to kill George Speight.
The Member of Parliament for Nata/Gweta, Mr Polson Majaga had wanted the minister to state the number of vacant posts at the Nata Roads Depot offices since 2015, when the vacant posts would be filled and why it had taken long for staff to be posted to areas with vacant posts.
Home to the pastel de nata - a Portuguese egg tart pastry a little like a custard tart - the business was developed from the belief Portuguese delicacies and traditions would be a valid addition to Welsh culture.
Rajapaksa has been already tabled at the NATA meeting held last week and the Authority is seeking advice from the Atorney General.
The six-point plan reportedly uses a risk-based approach and over the next 90 days the TSA, ACI-NA, AAAE and NATA, through a working group, will develop the standards and the implementation timeline.
Sir Mark Prescott has put his favourite French jockey Jean-Bernard Eyquem on board Flor Y Nata in the Listed Prix d'Angerville at Maisons-Laffitte this afternoon, writes Desmond Stoneham.
NATA uses data updated every three years as part of the National Toxics Inventory.
Musical selections will include Sergei Rachmaninoff's ``Glory Be To God'' from his ``All Night Vigil''; ``O Nata Lux'' by Morten Lauridsen, composer-in-residence for the Los Angeles Master Chorale; Maurice Durufle's ``Sanctus'' from his ``Requiem''; Johann Sebastian Bach's ``Sanctus'' from his ``Mass in B Minor''; Hector Berlioz's ``Shepherd's Farewell,'' from ``L'Enfance du Christ''; and more.

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