NPEL

AcronymDefinition
NPELNicoma Park Extension Library (Nicoma Park, OK)
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99) Against the dissents of four remaining liberal justices, the Court overturned lower court judgments in three separate cases that had acquitted government employees charged with violating the NPEL by exercising various forms of political speech.
In order to "keep the trust of the people," the Court upheld a complete ban on political activities by all workers subject to the NPEL and universal prosecution not only for violation of the Law itself, but also for violation of administrative regulations issued thereunder.
Two epoxy resins were used in this study, respectively, (i) a liquid bis-phenol epoxy (DGEBA), commercially known as NPEL 128E, obtained from Nan Ya Epoxy Resins.