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NRA

(National Rifle Association of America) organization that encourages sharpshooting and use of firearms for hunting. [Am. Pop. Culture: NCE, 1895]
See: Hunting
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All that mattered to the NRA was that Strickland, troubled by a spate of mass shootings, had changed his mind.
First National Bank of Omaha, one of the nation's largest privately held banks, announced that it would not renew a cobranded Visa credit-card with the NRA.
The only way we'll ever get NRA on the right track--and keep it there--is by having a strong group of dedicated rights supporters willing and able to vote in NRA elections, so we can get the best possible candidates elected as directors, and the best people leading the staff.
Gun Owners Solidly Support the NRA, Non-Gun Owners Mixed
The NRA could not argue for a particular construction of a by-law if it operated those in the same way, counsel said.
In an ironic twist it appears likely that the NRA deal has seriously diminished the chances the "DISCLOSE Act" had of passing.
Recent events suggest that the wake-up call for citing consultancy schemes was not the NRA initiative but the spectacular February arrest of alleged mafia boss and former undercover agent Alexei Petrov.
At the NRA, we decided that the best approach toward effective communication would be not to directly attack the belief that taxes are too high but to gradually overcome it.
Even if the NRA were to magically disappear tomorrow, the gun culture would remain.
2104-1(a), the situs of estate property depends on where it was located when the NRA died.
Political handicappers, however, doubt that a black mark from the NRA on bear-baiting will hurt Gallegly.