1935-1940 Staff member, New Zealand Railways Communications Branch 1940-1945 Officer-in-Charge, Radio Development 1945-1955 Laboratory, Department of Scientific and Industrial Affairs 1955-1961 Senior Electrical Engineer, Auckland Industrial Development Division (Laboratory), DSIR 1961-1964 Assistant Director, AIDD, DSIR 1964-1971 Senior Liaison Officer, New Zealand High Commission, London 1971-1976 Assistant Director, AIDD, DSIR Director, AIDD, DSIR.
What does NZR stand for?
NZR stands for New Zealand Railways
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- New Zealand Pole Vault (New Zealand athletic club)
- Network of Zimbabwe Positive Women
- New Zealand Pro Wrestling
- New Zealand Qualifications Authority
- New Zealand Quality College
- New Zealand Qualifications Framework
- New Zealand Quarter Horse Association
- New Zealand Quality of Healthcare Study
- New Zealand Quality Waters Ltd.
- Near-Zero Radius
- New Zealand Red (rabbit breed)
- Norton Zip Rescue (software)
- New Zealand Refining Company Ltd. (stock symbol)
- New Zealand Rafting Association (white water rafting)
- New Zealand Recreation Association
- New Zealand Register of Acupuncturists Inc. (Kilbirnie, Wellington, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Rehabilitation Association, Inc.
- New Zealand Retailers Association
- New Zealand Rheumatology Association
- New Zealand Rocketry Association (Auckland, New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
234) or require the expert timing of stage farce yet has nothing to say about how this opportunistic sex fits with the strongly unionised culture of the Union Steamship Company and New Zealand Railways.
The toy tank locomotive, a Number 1 Special made by Hornby in Liverpool in the 1930s, was painted in the rare black New Zealand livery and emblazoned with NZR, for New Zealand Railways.
New Zealanders in Literature: A Fine Record of Achievement', The New Zealand Railways Magazine 2, no.