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nads

n. the testicles. (see also nards.) He got hit in the nads in the football game.
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NAD noted in its decision that the parties disputed what message Church & Dwight's "50% Fresher" claims conveyed to consumers.
In its decision, the NAD found that everyone who participated in Coastal's promotion received the benefit of the promotion, even in the absence of adequate disclosure of limitations (Coastal, 2011).
Under the terms of the agreement, and subject to completion of an exploration access agreement with the traditional owners, NAD may earn 70% of Meteoric's rights in the tenements by expenditure of A$2.
NAD also reviewed evidence that included the results of testing commissioned by Benjamin Moore on selected colors of Harmony brand paint.
Following its review, NAD determined that the evidence in the record was not sufficient to support the challenged broad and unqualified claims made regarding leakage and recommended that the claims be discontinued.
8 billion in 2001, representing approximately 10% of the Diagnostics market and is a significant player in the NAD marketplace.
The rear panel contains a 75-ohm "F" connector for the FM antenna, two terminals for the supplied AM loop antenna, a pair of audio outputs and a pair of RCA jacks for the" NAD Link," which allows the remote controls of NAD amplifiers to operate many of the tuner's functions as well.
Robin Kravitz, the senior NAD attorney handling the case, said the changes Simmons will make "are substantive and address all the problems that have been discussed.
We have known her to be a talented lawyer, and her experience at the NAD will bring great value to our clients," said Christie Grymes Thompson, Chair of the Advertising and Marketing Practice Group.
NAD noted in its decision, however, that advertising claims concerning recommendations by medical professionals "carry a great deal of weight with consumers and, therefore, must be supported by highly reliable evidence, namely well-conducted physician surveys.
As for the advertiser's "#1 Pharmacist Recommended" and the "#1 Pharmacist Recommended Brand" claims, NAD appreciated that the advertiser has removed its "#1 Pharmacist Recommended" seal from its current advertising, an action that NAD deemed necessary and proper.
NATURAL PRODUCT INHIBITION STUDIES WITH NAD SYNTHETASE.
distribution and some manufacturing of NAD Electronics Ltd.
In September, NAD determined that P&G, could support express claims for the company's Covergirl "Clump Crusher" mascara.
a dietary supplement marketed by Star Herbs, LLC, to the Federal Trade Commission for further review after the company declined to participate in an NAD review of its advertising claims.