CLINTON - "Irish Need Not Apply," was a common sign over a century ago.
What does NNA stand for?
NNA stands for Need Not Apply
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 84 other meanings of NNA in our Acronym Attic
- Nothing Nice to Say (online comic)
- National Network for Youth (Washington, DC)
- Netscape Navigator 6
- National Nertz Association (gaming group)
- National News Agency (Lebanon)
- National Newspaper Association
- National Notary Association (Chatsworth, California)
- National Nursing Association
- Nebraska Numismatic Association
- Nebraska Nurses Association
- Neonatal Nurses Association
- Net New Assets
- Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Aging Program (NIA)
- Neutral Non-Allied
- Nevada Nurses Association
- Nine Network Australia
- Nissan North America Inc.
- Northern Nevada Aviation (flight school; Reno, NV)
- Neural Network Applications in Agriculture (workshop)
- Northern Nevada Apartment Association (Reno)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Stipulating smokers need not apply for a job may be against the law.
A Chinese firm has decided Scorpios and Virgos are too moody and critical, telling job seekers with those star signs they need not apply.
They will also be "of undisputed integrity and standing" - ie investment bankers and other high-rolling City slickers need not apply.
Sir - So Peter Bradshaw, a retired 60-year-old English monoglot with a "proper degree" is looking for suitable employment at St Fagans (English speakers need not apply, Letters, January 19).
But PlayStation and XBox games addicts need not apply - unless they already have a first class honours degree in physics, maths or computer programming.
It's getting to the point where people without access to large sums of money need not apply for the job of U.
Writer-director Gondry, who fomerly paired up with Charlie Kaufman on ``Human Nature'' and ``Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,'' then heads into an ``Alice in Wonderland'' world of whimsy, where the laws of physics need not apply.