1) Общая лексика: hum. сокр. N Acetyl Glucosamine
2) Спорт: National Air Racing Group
4) Шутливое выражение: No Attitude Guys
5) Химия: неабсорбирующий газ
6) Ветеринария: Nominations and Awards Group (of BVA)
7) Сокращение: Netherlands Aerospace Group
8) Вычислительная техника: Numerical Algorithms Group, Numerical Algorithms Group (UK, organization), National Algorithms Group (ltd, UK, organization, Vorlaeufer), Network Architecture Group (organization)
9) Нефть: no appreciable gas, газ в непромышленных количествах (no appreciable gas)
10) Фирменный знак: New Age Gaming
11) Сетевые технологии: Network Administrator's Group
12) Золотодобыча: non-acid generating waste rock (mine)
13) Нефть и газ: non-associated gas, природный газ коллекторов (газа), свободный газ (сокр. от non-associated gas)
14) Чат: Nearly Anything Goes
15) Аэропорты: Nagpur, India

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