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NaN

(1) (Neighborhood Awareness Networking) See Wi-Fi Aware.

(2) (NaN) (Not ANumber) An undefined value, mostly occurring when a non-floating point number is computed by a floating point operation. For example, special characters are placed in the result field for a "quiet NaN," which the application can detect, or the floating point unit (FPU) can create a "signaling NaN" by causing an interrupt ("throwing an exception"). See floating point and math coprocessor.
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Yours truly had his eyes open and the ruby naan it was.
The weight and size of roti and naan, 140 and 135 grams respectively, was also not being followed by tandoor walas and the local administration has also failed to enforce the regulation
Kayleigh Walker |with her son Dane and the knife she found inside a naan bread.
Having our own unique naan pizzas, we thought National Pizza Month would be the perfect time to celebrate with our consumers," said Mike Ryan, VP of Sales & Marketing, Tandoor Chef.
The launch of Baked Naan Chips is further evidence of our commitment to this market and I am confident, that as we have done previously, we will attract new shoppers into the snacks category by offering a quality, differentiated product from a trusted brand.
The chilled Naanster range of folded naans, which contain rice and either vegetable tikka, chicken tikka or balti chicken, were launched at the Food & Drink Expo in Birmingham's NEC this week.
When I asked them about it, they said as far as they knew, naan was usually made with milk.
Since most people won't have access to a tandoor or clay oven, this naan is cooked quickly on a hot griddle.
TWO supermarkets have recalled their own brand naan bread over fears they could contain glass.
For instance, you can dine on a steak and grilled shrimp -- and have naan bread with assorted chutneys alongside.
With recipes organized regionally and ranging from side dishes like Baingan Bharta (Purred Roasted Eggplant with Onions, Tomatoes and Spices); to fancy breads such as Naan (Flat Bread made with Leavened Dough); to gourmet quality entrees including Marzwangan Korma (Lamb Cooked in Red Pepper and Tamarind Sauce), Ajanta: Regional Feasts Of India would make an elegant, sophisticated, and enduringly popular addition to both personal and community library kitchen cookbook collections.
Stonefire Naan Heats Up FOX'S Culinary Competition Series on Monday July 25that 8/7c on Fox