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What does NR stand for?

NR stands for Newly Reformulated (pharmacology)

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The newly reformulated Wisk Deep Clean detergents, in cluding Wisk Deep Clean Free & Pure, the newest addition to the Wisk Deep Clean line, are available at key retailers nationwide in a wide range of sizes.
Also featured will be CMT's newly reformulated Hyvac fixture material for rapid, low-cost production of vacuum hold-down trim fixtures.
Metabolife, New York, NY, has introduced a new two-stage supplement program that includes the newly reformulated flagship Metabolife Ultra, designed to assist with healthy weight loss by reducing body fat and curbing appetite, along with four other products to help support weight management efforts, including first stage products Metabolife Caffeine Free and Metabolife Green Tea.
The newly reformulated bone china, which is made in England, is part of Wedgwood's constant quest to improve itself, Price said, but it will now have to bring that message to a consuming public that continues to stay away from anything that conveys formality in tabletop.
In addition to its new look, Baskin-Robbins reports that it has joined with Kraft Foods, in a co- branding agreement that will see Kraft's newly reformulated Handi-Snacks ready-to-eat pudding add flavors inspired by Baskin-Robbins' ice creams.