CCLRCentre for Contact Lens Research (Canada)
CCLRCentre for Contaminated Land Remediation (UK)
CCLRCalifornia Center for Land Recycling
CCLRCell Culture Lysis Reagent
CCLRCanadian Congress on Leisure Research
CCLRClaims Collection Litigation Report
CCLRCleethorpes Coast Light Railway (UK)
CCLRCommunity Care Law Reports (UK)
CCLRCenter for Creative Land Recycling
CCLRChi Chi LaRue
CCLRCranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture
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The CCLR evidently led to the US Air Force's Lmams (Lethal Miniature Aerial Munition System), with a drone that was to weigh less than 1.
Brent Henry, a financial adviser for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Rogers, is one of about a dozen northwest Arkansas golfers who regularly play in the CCLR Four-Ball.
The core group of Pinnacle members who competed in the CCLR Four-Ball comprised the original Tribute tournament committee.
The CCLR maintains a sacrosanct "Men's Grill," where female-type persons are simply not allowed.
Then he apparently made his overdue CCLR dues a higher priority than his debt to the Pattersons.
With the CCLR and Texarkana Country Club's courses, "it's not so much a target golf but you have to hit the ball fairly straight or you have to work the ball one way or another," Mayes said.
Then, in 1991, when the clubhouse manager at CCLR became general manager at Pleasant Valley, Hornyak got the call to become the club's new chef.
Reed was accepted for membership in December, but a CCLR member says Reed had been under consideration before the Clinton controversy.
The workshop will be lead by CCLR, a nonprofit statewide organization that provides training and technical assistance to local governments, businesses, and other organizations regarding the reuse of contaminated properties.
The workshop is directed and cosponsored by the CCLR, a nonprofit organization providing training and technical assistance to other nonprofits, local governments, businesses, and individuals regarding recycling contaminated properties.