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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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With more than 35 years experience advising both Federal and State government, Mr Nutt brings strong leadership and governance expertise to the Board.
One of the great health problems of the world today is alcohol," Nutt (https://www.
Nutt, whose suit describes him as the majority shareholder in Pasta Jack's, further alleges that the defendants used the "confusingly similar" mark Pasta J's Italian Neighborhood Bistro after Pasta Jack's trade name and service mark "Pasta Jack's Italian" both "became famous.
Nutt shows how Thomas's understanding of Christ's unity is rooted in the bible, the early councils, and the Fathers.
Landlady Sue Nutt, landlord Graham Nutt and |daughter Emma Nutt raise a glass to celebrate the major refit at the Jacobs Well 311015EJACOBSWELL
NATIONALIST Mr Nutt says "I mention New Labour as the party hasn't dropped the word 'new'" (Feedback, 8 April).
Lone Star College (Texas) announced Lee Ann Nutt as the new president of LSC-Tomball.
Professor David Nutt claimed that banning certain drugs is depriving patients and doctors of "extremely useful" therapies for chronic pain and illnesses.
Since he was elected to the college's board last year, Nutt, the senior pastor of Grace Fellowship of Kilgore, has developed a reputation for aggressively questioning the status quo on issues, like how the college adheres to the state's open meetings rules.
Samantha Nutt of War Child Canada was the keynote speaker at the National Presbyterian Women's Gathering, which drew more than 600 women from across the country just days after the anniversary.
Professor Nutt, a former drug adviser to the Government, hopes to start human trials next year.
Linda and Roy Nutt booked a trip with Thomson to the luxurious Sensatori Resort in Sharm El Sheikh, but alarm bells started to ring for the couple, from Sheldon, when they discovered there was civil unrest in Egypt.