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ADL

abbr.
1. activities of daily living
2. Anti-Defamation League
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ADL

Anti-Defamation League (of B'nai B'rith).
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Release date- 30072019 - Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and BYD Europe jointly announced today that the companies' electric vehicle partnership, which delivers the leading UK electric bus, has already topped 100 double deck bus sales.
"Video games are an important and extremely popular form of entertainment," ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said.
One passage says that Zionism "has no relation to the Jewish religion," according to ADL.
Don't bother the ADL by arguing that Jew hatred is as rampant on the left as it is on the right, if not more.
There are various ways of assessing ADL. The assessment can be based on observations of actual ADL performance, interviews, or self-ratings.
According to the ADL website, "The study presents findings based on a broad set of keywords (and keyword combinations) designed by ADL to capture anti-Semitic language on social media.
In a statement, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and the watchdog said they were furious with the recent anti-Semitic threats coupled with the frog meme.
(1993) found that the risk of institutionalization increased fivefold for elderly persons with 3+ ADL limitations, but only twofold for those with 1-2 limitations.
Participants spent almost 9 hours a day being sedentary during waking hours and 3.6% reported ADL disability.
Jaishul Adl group had tweeted on February 26 that its religious court had sentenced five Iranian soldiers to death, after Iranian side executed one of the relatives of the group's members in Iran.