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NPR (formerly National Public Radio) is a media organization that serves as a national syndicator to most public radio stations in the United States.
NPR may also refer to:
- National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska, an area of land on the Alaska North Slope owned by the U.S. federal government
- New Port Richey, Florida, a city in Pasco County, Florida
- North Pennsylvania Railroad, a former railroad company that served areas around Philadelphia
- Northern Plains Railroad, a short-line railroad that operates in Minnesota and North Dakota
Other U.S. uses
- National Partnership for Reinventing Government (originally the National Performance Review), an interagency task force, one of the efforts to reform the way the U.S. federal government works
- Nevada Public Radio, a public corporation operating several radio stations in Nevada
- Nuclear Posture Review, the periodic assessment carried out by the United States Department of Defense of its strategies and tactics governing the use of nuclear weapons
- Notice of proposed rulemaking, more commonly known as a NPRM, a public notice issued by a federal agency when it wishes to add, remove, or modify a regulation
- National Philharmonic of Russia, a Russian orchestra
- National Population Register, a database of residents in India with Unique Identification Authority of India numbers
- Natural Product Reports, a British peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry
- non-photorealistic rendering, a computer-graphics-rendering technique that does not aim toward photorealism
- nPr, a function for computing permutations in some calculators
- NPR, the ISO 4217 code for the Nepalese rupee
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