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NAC Breda

NAC Breda (), simply often known as NAC, is a Dutch professional Dutchfootball club , based in Dutchfootball clubBreda , The Dutchfootball clubBredaNetherlands . NAC Breda play in the Rat Verlegh Stadium , named after their most important player, Antoon 'Rat' Verlegh . They play in the Dutch Antoon 'Rat' VerleghEerste Divisie and are known by the fierce and fanatic support of their fans. In their history, NAC won one national title in 1921 and won one Cup in 1973.NAC was founded on September... read more

NAC Architecture

NAC Architecture is a design firm with over 150 architects, engineers, interior designers and support staff, with offices in Spokane, Seattle and Los Angeles. The firm specializes in architecture, planning, electrical engineering, interior design, and capital facilities consulting. Core markets served include education (K-12 and higher education), healthcare, laboratory, biotechnology, recreation, hospitality, civic, cultural, extended care, and restoration. Incorporated in 1979, NAC Architecture... read more


The American release clearly uses "Gun-Nac". The Japanese release has only hiragana (がんなっく) and katakana (ガンナック) forms, aside from the logo. is a 1990 scrolling shooter video game developed by Compile and published by Tonkin House for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was released in Japan on October 5, 1990 and in North America in September 1991.== Gameplay ==The player assumes the role of commander Gun-Nac, and throughout eight different levels, fights a host of enemies... read more


NAC Air was a Canadian regional airline. Its main base was at the Thunder Bay International Airport. NAC Air was a 100% First Nations-owned company, owned by the communities of Eabametoong (Fort Hope), Neskantaga (Lansdowne House), Webequie, Sachigo Lake, and Sandy LakeStewart, Nick. "", Northern Ontario Business, September 2006. Retrieved on 15 January 2008.NAC Air ceased operations indefinitely in early 2008 due to financial difficulties."", TBSource, 15 January 2008. Retrieved on 15 January 2008.==... read more


NAC TV (''Neepawa Access Community Television'') is a community channel based in Neepawa, Manitoba.==History==Originally available on Westman Cable channel 12, NAC TV also broadcasts over the air on UHF channel 30, with call sign CH5248. NAC TV became available across Manitoba on MTS TV in October 2012. NAC is on Channel 30 on the MTS lineup. NAC TV is also carried by Bell TV, channel 592, since late 2012.In addition to airing local town council meetings, the station also airs live bingo, local... read more

NAC Stadion

NAC Stadion was a multi-use stadium in Breda, Netherlands. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of NAC Breda. The stadium was able to hold 20,000 people and opened in 1940. The stadium's capacity was gradually reduced to 10,850 in the nineties, due to security reasons. The stadium was closed in 1996 when the Rat Verlegh Stadion opened.==Stadium construction==In 1939 the city council of Breda enquired whether NAC Breda was interested to move back to Breda, after playing... read more

NAC Freelance

The NAC-1 Freelance originally the BN-3 Nymph is a British four-seat touring monoplane.==Development==Designed by Desmond Norman when with Britten-Norman the BN-3 Nymph was an all-metal high-wing braced monoplane powered by a 115 hp Lycoming O-235 engine. It was designed to allow it to be assembled in under-developed countries which would build the aircraft under a technology transfer scheme.Taylor 1969, pp. 198–199.With the demise of the original Britten-Norman company, Norman took the design... read more

NAC Fieldmaster

The NAC Fieldmaster was a British agricultural aircraft of the 1980s. A turboprop powered single-engined monoplane, it was built in small numbers and used both as a cropsprayer and a firefighting aircraft.==Development and design==NDN Aircraft, which was set up in 1976 by Desmond Norman, one of the founders of Britten-Norman, the manufacturers of the Islander, to build the Firecracker trainer, designed a new agricultural aircraft. The resulting aircraft, the NDN-6 Fieldmaster was a large single-engined... read more

NAC Jewellers

== About NAC Jewellers ==Shri N. Anjaneyulu Chetty started a small jewellery store in Mylapore, North Mada Street.Chennai (formerly Madras) later Mr. N. Anantha Padmanabhan, took over the business in 1979 while studying for his graduation. After taking over the mantle of Managing Director, NAC . It was his initiative, drive and passion that transformed this small store into a grand store in Mylapore. read more

Nic Nac

Nicholas Balding (born July 5, 1989), better known as his stage name Nic Nac, is an American record producer, songwriter, audio engineer and rapper from El Cerrito, California. In the early 2000s, he first started out in the group Go Dav and currently in the group Starting Six. He is best known for producing the single from Chris Brown's album ''X'' called "Loyal" as well as Pia Mia's hit single, "Do It Again" featuring Chris Brown and Tyga.==Early life==Nicholas Balding started DJing when he was... read more

Cisco NAC Appliance

Cisco NAC Appliance, formerly Cisco Clean Access (CCA), is a network admission control (NAC) system developed by Cisco Systems designed to produce a secure and clean network environment. Originally developed by Perfigo and marketed under the name of Perfigo SmartEnforcer, this network admission control device analyzes systems attempting to access the network and prevents vulnerable computers from joining the network. The system usually installs an application known as the Clean Access Agent on computers... read more

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== Summary ==A picture of the cover of the video game gun nac.=== Fair use in Gun Nac ===Though this image is subject to copyright, its use is covered by the U.S. fair use laws because:# Compile has released no such images into the public domain, and a replacement image could not be created that would adequately provide the same information.# The image is being used for no purpose other than to identify the subject of the article.# The image resolution has been significantly decreased from the original,... read more

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== Summary ==NAC-MG Longbridge New Research and Design Centre read more

NAC Stadion t Ploegske

`t Ploegske was a football stadium in Breda, Netherlands. It was used for football matches and hosted the home matches of NAC Breda. The stadium was able to hold 3,000 people,John de Leeuw & Rob Lemmens, ‘80 Jaar NAC’ (1992) including 150 seats. The stadium was opened in 1916 and demolished in 1931.==References==Category:Buildings and structures in BredaCategory:Defunct football venues in the Netherlands read more

NAC stadion Heuvelstraat

NAC Stadion Heuvelstraat is a football stadium in Breda, Netherlands. It is used for football matches, hosted the home matches of NAC Breda and is now homeground of RKSV Groen Wit. The stadium was able to hold 5,500 people John de Leeuw & Rob Lemmens, ‘80 Jaar NAC’ (1992) and opened in 1931.==References==Category:Buildings and structures in BredaCategory:Defunct football venues in the Netherlands read more


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