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National Newspaper Association

An organization that promotes small community newspapers in the United States. It provides resources to members, markets their newspapers to advertisers, and lobbies for favorable legislation. It was founded in 1885 and is based in Columbia, Missouri.
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Over the years, Margaret has worn many 'hats' in her role with NNA, including, but not limited to, serving as Editor of RNFormation, membership coordinator, website oversight, liaison for NNA with multiple outside agencies, boards, and organizations and responsible for all NNA communications.
Kana le nna ke kwatabolotsa mo go lona,' Mothusa tona a bua jalo a kopa kemo nokeng.
Under the new agreement, Intelsat is initially providing services via the Australia/New Zealand Ku-band beam on the Intelsat 19 satellite for NNA's broadcasting requirements.
The changes were also fairer for countries like New Zealand, where the NNA represented a very high proportion of the number of nurses in the country.
En el campo de la salud apenas hay informacion relativa a NNA en NPI por motivos de movilidad de esta poblacion, limitaciones en el sistema de informacion de salud, o el ocultamiento de datos del estatus legal de la poblacion refugiada.
The company will provide management services for NNA's server and storage environment, a portion of which will be relocated to an EDS data center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The bill addresses a numbing range of issues, but the ones of concern to newspaper publishers involve competition from direct mail advertising, which is a priority for the NAA, and postal rates and service, which is key to the NNA. In statements published on their web sites, each group makes clear why their priorities differ.
I feel that I can continue to offer NNA my experience with analyzing and maintaining financial records for an organization, as well as contributing to the strategic planning for the continued success of the Nevada Nurses Association.
Under the current model, each country is represented by one national nursing association (NNA).
To comply with new federal privacy-protection rules, six of the nation's leading title and mortgage document service firms have agreed to employ a National Notary Association (NNA) developed solution for a "one-stop" background screening and compliance training system for Notaries in the mortgage loan industry.
Seeking to cut costs, the National Newspaper Association (NNA) is moving its headquarters from the high-rent Washington area.