NLD


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NLD

abbr.
nonverbal learning disorder
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Conference sponsorships are a valuable form of marketing for our clients, placing them center-stage to discuss their expertise and strategies before an audience of financial advisors who can connect them with investors," said Alma Piscitello, Senior Vice President of Strategic Relationships at NLD , who leads the key accounts team.
The NLD, which served as the rallying point for democratic forces when the country was under military rule, has lost some of its political relevance after a civilian government under reformist President Thein Sein came to power in March 2011.
In the 1990 vote, the NLD won by a landslide but was denied power for two decades by the junta.
Even if the NLD wins all 48 seats, the military-backed government would still have a commanding majority in parliament.
The NLD is coordinating a document drive for its document library, housed in the ATLA Exchange, which provides forms, complaints, interrogatories, and other materials free to new lawyers.
Early intervention is the key to assisting in the development of a functioning NLD child.
Arrests of NLD members have increased; you were physically attacked in your car by thugs; students have been arrested and universities closed; your movements have been severely restricted; your weekend speeches have been canceled; and you are not allowed to meet freely with journalists and diplomats.
The meeting was the first summoned by NLD Chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi three weeks after the election in which the NLD won an absolute majority of the parliamentary seats, strong enough to form a new government independently.
and will focus on enhancing the client experience across NLD and its sister companies within NorthStar Financial Services Group, LLC.
As far as I know, three (NLD) people were taken for questioning by the authorities," Ohn Kying, an NLD member of parliament from Mandalay, said.
Suu Kyi and other NLD members had skipped the opening of parliament last week, upset over wording of the oath that calls for all members of parliament to ''protect'' the Constitution.
Suu Kyi, released from her latest, seven-year term of house detention in November 2010, travelled the 350 kilometres from Yangon north to the capital, Naypyitaw, with NLD co-leader Tin Oo to register the party at the Union Election Commission, commission officials said.