NLD


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AcronymDefinition
NLDNetherlands (ISO Country code)
NLDNational League for Democracy (Burma)
NLDNovell Linux Desktop
NLDNonverbal Learning Disorder(s)
NLDNonverbal Learning Disability
NLDNational Long Distance (telecoms)
NLDNecrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum (chronic skin disorder)
NLDNuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Airport Code)
NLDNational Leadership for Development (Zambia)
NLDNon Linear Dynamics
NLDNon-Linear Distortion
NLDNuclear Launch Detected (gaming guild)
NLDNetwork Long Distance, Inc
NLDNervous Little Dogs
NLDNormalized Levenshtein Distance
NLDNice Little Double (online gaming)
NLDNatural Language Dialogue
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NLD Chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi summoned the meeting attended by the party's elected parliament representatives in Yangon.
In the latest standings, NLD has 291 seats across both houses and the USDP has 33.
The NLD has been widely expected to finish with the largest number of seats in Parliament.
Executives from four NLD client firms are speaking on a panel at the conference.
More than the jackpot prize available to all eligible participants, NLD also wishes to impart a positive message regarding how dental hygiene affects one's disposition.
Under a new mandate, Suu Kyi, 67, will take the reins in steering the fractious NLD toward scheduled parliamentary elections in 2015.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner, who had been detained for 15 years by the former ruling military junta, won an estimated 90 per cent of the votes cast in her Kawhmu constituency, 30 kilometres south of Yangon, according to the NLD.
Another NLD member said that the Union Election Commission (UEC) contacted the party to say that a ban imposed on the use of sports grounds, which had prevented a rally planned for 14 February from taking place, was lifted, The BBC reports.
Seeing the justices up close was a thrill," said Jill Webb, NLD chair-elect.
In addition to being a mother of a NLD child, Whitney also has co-founded the Nonverbal Learning Disorder Association.
Khin Nyunt, first secretary of the ruling State Peace and Development Council, for what the party said was the "illegal" detention of NLD members.
That same month, the SLORC arrests around 50 NLD supporters and detains hundreds more in order to prevent the opposition from gathering at Suu.