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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.
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NUT

see NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.
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After the guests leave, she retrieves it and falls asleep next to the tree, holding the Nutcracker. Clara "awakens" at midnight to a frightening scene that includes a battle between an army of mice led by a Mouse King and a group of toy soldiers led by her uniformed Nutcracker.
Nutcracker syndrome can have several clinical manifestations.
In going back to the original master tape and using cutting edge encoding technology this maximizes the quality of this new presentation of The Nutcracker in High Definition.
The Vienna Festival Ballet Company is bringing The Nutcracker to William Aston Hall in Wrexham The ballet features lavish costumes
The Christmas story, based on The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by ETA Hoffmann, tells of Marie, a rather sad little girl whose godfather, Drosselmeier, gives her a nutcracker as a present on Christmas Eve.
KitchenCraft nutcracker, pounds 9.50 (www.salamandercookshop.com, 0845 6800 258)
The Georgian Terrace has offered a pre-performance Atlanta Ballet Nutcracker lunch before the show on December 11, 2010.
Balda started studying pinyon jays and Clark's nutcrackers in the late 1960s.
This fantastic prize also includes a crate of Nutcracker edition champagne from the famous Cricova Vineyards and a souvenir programme.
This trait, along with the nutcracker's willingness to fly far with the seeds, helps the pines regenerate deep into the charred heart of seemingly inaccessible burn sites.
Then a nutcracker flies off with its load to a south-facing slope, often miles away from the collection site, where winter snow will melt early.