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NRP

(Network Resource Planning) The planning, scheduling and control of a computer network. It includes documentation writing and network diagramming, analyses of traffic and congestion, analyses of application behavior and demand, procedures for failsafe and disaster recovery operation, forecasting requirements and redesign. See baselining and ERP.
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The construction of NRP has been divided into five major EPC packages.
You can open the NRP account, collect your cheque book, ATM and debit cards from any branch of the UBL in the UAE for your NRP account in Pakistan," he said.
NRP president Steven Wise said: "Chimpanzees possess cognitive abilities that are strictly protected when they're found in human beings.
Nearly 3000 scientists are already based on the NRP in science research institutes, which include the John Innes Centre, Institute of Food Research, the Sainsbury Laboratory, the Genome Analysis Centre and the University of East Anglia, as well as a number of science and innovation businesses.
BAC) in 2008 to become affiliated with NRP's broker-dealer subsidiary, NRP Financial Inc.
The relationship between the net risk premiums and the real interest rates is given by a univariate linear regression NRP = [alpha] + [beta] * Real Rate, with [alpha] being the intercept (or constant) and [beta] the regression coefficient The dependent variable is NRP; the Real Rate the independent
This transaction gives NRP immediately accretive growth through Cline's current developments in West Virginia and Illinois, and a strategic opportunity to acquire additional royalty and transportation income in Ohio and the Illinois Basin," said Nick Carter, president and chief operating officer of NRP.
Shas has fiercely critized the NRP for "betraying" the religious sector.
The NRP is expected to oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state by 2005 and an end to settlement activity as part of the plan outlined in 2002 by US Pres.
The NRP was based on the input of 200 direct people who were given three months to make recommendations.
Sharansky's Israel B'Aliya has four seats in the legislature and the NRP has five; their departure would leave Barak with 59 seats in the 120- member Knesset.
The NRP initiative targets clusters of occupied and vacant buildings for renovation and disposition to community-based not-for-profits to operate as rental housing.