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.
The shagbark hickory nut is, literally, a tough nut to crack if compared to Carpathian and English walnuts, most pecan varieties, etc.
But, admitting Cardiff will be a tough nut to crack, he knows it won't come easy.
Victory would take the Black and Greens to fifth in the table, but their West Wales visitors have often proved a tough nut to crack in the past.
Kyle Jacobswent close for Pool when rattling the woodwork but the visitors looked a tough nut to crack, while Phil Molyneux and James McIntosh had further opportunities.
The Love Street defender knows the runaway Division Two leaders will be a tough nut to crack in the quarter-final clash.
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.