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Nar

 

a single-humped hybrid of the first generation of dromedary and Bactrian camels. Its size, strength, and carrying ability surpass those of the dromedary and the Bactrian. In contrast to other interspecific hybrids, the nar is fertile.

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Tasto announced that as a team, NAR and CREBA will introduce more programs to make the IRM experience even more exciting and productive for Filipino property professionals.
The NAR, working in concert with the National Association of Home Builders and the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), contacted policymakers at the White House and the Treasury, and the initiative was dropped in a matter of days, according to Sharon Canavan, deputy legislative counsel with the MBA.
Crowley said another advantage is the worldwide referral network among NAR affiliates.
Wechsler, who was firm in his belief that the matter was private, said "For a variety of reasons, the affected real estate board members voted to terminate our organization's affiliation with the association and we hope that NAR and REBNY will continue to take similar positions on public policy issues of mutual concern in the future.
Currently, more than 80,000 NAR members are either fulltime or part-time appraisal practitioners.
NAR strongly supports the preservation of legitimate wetlands but under current federal policies, private property owners have had their property rights and values diminished without just compensation in so-called wetlands areas, some of which have little or no ecological value.