NLF


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NLF

abbr.
National Liberation Front

NLF

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) National Liberation Front
Translations

NLF

[ˌɛnɛlˈɛf] n abbr (=National Liberation Front) → FLN m

NLF

[ˌɛnɛlˈɛf] n abbr =National Liberation FrontF.L.N. m =Fronte di Liberazione Nazionale
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Most of the Kashmiri record on the history of NLF and Maqbool Butt shows that on their way back, they were intercepted by the Indian intelligence agencies and in a clash with one of the security teams Aurangzeb, who was from Gilgit, and the CID inspector Amar Chand was left dead.
In the end, amidst the dramatic events of June 1967 and their aftermath in the north, and the escalating crisis in the war in North Yemen itself after the Egyptian withdrawal in the latter part of 1967, it was the NLF which took power in the South.
Because NLF has been constituted on the Naga issue comprising of all Members irrespective of their political affiliations and it has got nothing to do with State politics and individual interests.
15) News of the whereabouts of recruits who had deserted their unit in the NLF 514th battalion filtered back, according to a My Luang resident, when "a young woman in my neighbourhood, whose husband lives in Saigon", learned that they had taken refuge there.
Borle et al observed that interincisal mouth opening improved significantly from a mean of 14mm (range 3-23) to a mean of 41mm (range 23-55) using NLF.
Changes in the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) are reflected in the NLF.
In pursuit of this goal, the NLF has blown up bridges and buildings
On the other hand, the NLF 0414 airfoil was designed to maintain a laminar boundary layer over a majority of the upper surface at moderate lift coefficients (Alan and Dale Klapmeier, co-founders of Cirrus Design, chose it for their seminal VK-30 design in the 1980s).
An individual who was not available for work or did not seek work is considered NLF.
282), and we certainly know enough about the founding of the NLF in 1960 to dispense with the qualifying phrase 'whether the North had a hand in it or not' (p.
HE RESUMED his professional activities in Tunis while at the same time immersing himself in the political actions of the NLF He was a journalist for El Moudjahid and was named itinerant ambassador in Africa by the Algerian government in exile.