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Nass

(năs), river, 236 mi (380 km) long, rising in the Coast Mts., W British Columbia, Canada, and flowing SW to Portland Inlet of the Pacific Ocean. It is navigable for 25 mi (40 km) and has valuable salmon fisheries.
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Cortes, who served as NASS President from July 2008 to July 2009, has a long history of involvement with CSG.
Nass Group Board of Directors Chairman Sameer Nass appreciated the special care of HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa of sports activities in Bahrain.
Chairman Sameer Nass said Mr Joshi's efforts were instrumental in the implementation of the Nass Corporation initial public offering in 2004, thereby taking Nass, a family business leader, into the
The roots of Nass Corporation are anchored as far back as 1963, when Abdulla Ahmed Nass Contracting Company was formed.
Meanwhile, Nass Marine Services announced it has bagged a BD1 million ($3 million) order from Al Jazeera Shipping Company for the construction of two barge units.
Nass Marine Services general manager David McKay said, "Using the show as a platform to display our industrial competitive capability to the regional market, we guarantee that we comply with the highest standard of construction .
Established in 2002, SNME is a joint venture between Nass Group, and Belgian-based Sarens NV, known globally as a specialist in heavy lifting.
I note next year's awards have dropped the Nass special merit award.
NASS offers an ongoing full spectrum of courses throughout the year at numerous regional locations and at their Annual Meeting held every fall at a different North American travel destination.
Nass Corporation on its website said that "it will withdraw all court cases pending against runaway workers.
The Avaaz campaign, called Save 100 friends Trapped in Bahrain, was launched on June 28 by an Indian citizen, Shankar Mariappan, days after his brother Pasupathi Mariappan, 33, an employee of Nass Contracting Co.