CNR, or One-Click & Run, was a free one-click software delivery service that was created to make finding and installing Linux software easier.
CNR Dalian Locomotive and Rolling Stock Company (in Chinese: 大连机车车辆有限公司), often abbreviated as DLoco, is a company located in Dalian, Liaoning Province, China, producing railway locomotives, multiple units and diesel engines.
CNR Radio or CN Radio (officially the Canadian National Railways Radio Department) was the first national radio network in North America.
Datong locomotive factory is a Chinese railway locomotive manufacturing plant based in Datong, Shanxi, China, founded 1953. The factory was a major producer of steam locomotives for the Chinese market up to 1988 when production switched to diesel powered locomotives.
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The CNR Yenişehir Exhibition Center (Turkish: CNR Yenişehir Fuar Merkezi), formerly Mersin Yenişehir Exhibition Center (Turkish: Mersin Yenişehir Fuar Merkezi), is an exhibition area in Mersin, Turkey.
The CNRS Gold medal is the highest scientific research award in France. It is presented annually by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and was first awarded in 1954. Moreover, Silver Medals are given to researchers for originality, quality, and importance, while Bronze Medals recognize initial fruitful results.
The CNR CKD8 is a 2,949 hp diesel-electric locomotive manufactured by China CNR Corporation from 2013 onwards for use in Argentina by Trenes Argentinos, a subsidiary of Ferrocarriles Argentinos.
The CNR Bonnet Carré Spillway-McComb Bridge is a 2.3 mile (3,701 m or 12,144 ft), bridge that carries a Canadian National Railway rail line over the Bonnet Carré Spillway and a portion of Lake Pontchartrain in St.
CNR is a Dutch record and video/DVD label. It was founded as CNR Records by Cornelis Nicolaas Rood in 1937, who made his fortune as a producer of lampshades and other lighting materials.