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ABDAbdomen
ABDAbduction
ABDAppeal Board Decision (various locations)
ABDAboard
ABDArchitecture Block Diagram
ABDAffective Bipolar Disorder
ABDAutomatic Bank Draft
ABDAboriginal Business Development (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada)
ABDAlcoholic Beverages Division (Iowa)
ABDAll But Dissertation
ABDAberdeenshire
ABDAsian Business Development (San Francisco, CA)
ABDAbdicated
ABDAssociacao Brasileira de Designers (Portuguese: Brazilian Association of Designers)
ABDActive Brake Differential (automobile feature)
ABDAirborne Division
ABDAutomatic Brake Differential
ABDAdventure Builder Database
ABDAssociation of British Drivers
ABDAged, Blind and Disabled
ABDAmerican Business Directory
ABDAbadan, Iran (airport code)
ABDAnybody but Duke (basketball)
ABDAlready Been Done
ABDAutomatic Brake Differential (automobile)
ABDAnchor Bible Dictionary
ABDAssociation Belge de Documentation
ABDAmerican Board of Dermatology
ABDAmerika Birlesik Devletleri (Turkish: United States of America)
ABDAutomatic Bell Dispenser (Animal Crossing game)
ABDAshish Builders & Developers (Kashipur, Uttrakhand, India)
ABDArmy Battle Dressing
ABDAir Base Defense
ABDAutomated Business Designs (Rosemont, IL)
ABDAll But Degree
ABDAs-Built Drawings
ABDAdventure Builder Database (file extension)
ABDAntica Bottega Digitale
ABDAs Before Described (quantity surveying)
ABDAmerican Bujinkan Dojo
ABDAverage Business Day
ABDAirbus Directive
ABDAdynamic Bone Disorder
ABDAverage Bulk Density (oil refining)
ABDApprentice Boys of Derry (Ulster)
ABDAdvanced Base Depot
ABDAda-Based Document
ABDAffiliated Broker Dealer (financial)
ABDAltitude Brain Damage
ABDAir Bustle Device
ABDAverage-Case Backtracking Distance
ABDAlways Be Drinking
ABDAntler Beam Diameter
ABDAustin Barn Dancers (Austin, TX)
ABDActive Burst Distance
ABDAssociated Board of Dance (UK; formerly Midland International Dance Arts Association)
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The Apprentice Boys of Derry said they believe the fighting started after members of the public "verbally abused band members" - but have vowed to get to the bottom of exactly what went on.
A member of the Orange Order and the Apprentice Boys of Derry, the Strangford MP, 61, was last year told to repay nearly PS14,000 in expenses.
Seagate Technology where he heard about the companys response to a rapidly changing technology market; The Pat Finucane Centre on finding a way a forward to address the legacy of Northern Irelands past; The PSNI to hear about security challenges in Londonderry; A forum with business representatives at the City Centre Initiative to gauge the perspective of businesses in the city; and An introductory meeting with the Apprentice Boys of Derry.
Elsewhere in Lurgan, there had been concerns of trouble around an Easter Monday parade by the Apprentice Boys of Derry Protestant loyal order, but that event passed off without incident.
Meanwhile, the Apprentice Boys of Derry parade in the Maiden City passed off peacefully yesterday.
But operators Stena Line decided to hold them back because about 300 members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry flute band were booked on the same crossing.
The Apprentice Boys of Derry also staged their peaceful annual parade in Newcastle on the same day, though it took place earlier than the other marches.
The Apprentice Boys of Derry will also be marching through Newcastle on Saturday.
Alex Mitchell, 54, of Kirkton, Dundee, also lost a painting of King William of Orange in the raids carried out on his house and the Apprentice Boys of Derry Halls in the city.
The 20-minute blockade of the Ligoniel Road was in response to the local branch of the loyalist Apprentice Boys of Derry being refused permission to drive their bus past the nationalist Ardoyne on Saturday.
The protest by the Ligoniel branch of the Apprentice Boys of Derry organisation began after they were blocked from their traditional route past the nationalist Ardoyne area.
Two videos showed fighting taking place as the march - believed to be organised by the Apprentice Boys of Derry - passed The Liffey pub, in Renshaw Street, on Saturday.