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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Three years of war followed, in which two rival nationalist forces, The Front for the Liberation of South Yemen (FLOSY, generally known in Arabic as jabhat al-tahrir) and the more radical National Liberation Front (NLF, in Arabic al-jabha al-qawmiya), competed for local allies and against the British.
Shurhozelie-led NPF legislators' staying away from the recent NLF Meeting held on 17 November at the Assembly Conference Hall on the allegation that he was not upholding the Constitution of India and the Assembly Rules as well, the Speaker dismissed both the charges.
Widely circulating rumours helped to launch revolt against the Saigon government, and in the following years NLF militants found common ground with peasants viewed not as a captive audience but as an already mobilized citizenry longing for change.
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. [7] Sharma et al also used BFP for reconstruction of the defect in Stage III and IV OSMF patients.
The last term elections were won by the NLF and ILF alliance for the slot of president and many other slots but the key slot of general secretary had won by the PLF and this time this groups is also strong contestant.
Changes in the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) are reflected in the NLF. Technical changes weren't introduced.
"The President Bouteflika will announce candidacy for presidential elections by January or February," Amar Saidani, chairman of the National Liberation Front (NLF) party said at a meeting with provincial party leaders.
The backed (P)A2/(P)Prime-1 ratings for NLF's program are based on an
By CPS definitions, the first individual is considered U while the second is NLF. The individuals, however, had similar search patterns during the reference week and through most of the four-week reference period.
NLF leader Qahtan Al Shaabi announced that a basic accord had been reached by the two sides after eight days of hard bargaining.
From this the extracts trace his childhood and education, his political involvement with the African National Congress, his involvement in terrorism including his 1962 visit to the Algerian NLF camp in Morocco: 'Action' he wrote, 'must be accepted as the primary and most essential form of political activity'.