PBL

(redirected from Punishable By Life imprisonment)
AcronymDefinition
PBLProblem-Based Learning
PBLPhi Beta Lambda
PBLPerformance Based Logistics
PBLPeripheral Blood Lymphocyte (blood cells)
PBLPlanbureau voor de Leefomgeving (Dutch: Planning for the Environment; Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
PBLPoints, Badges, and Leaderboards (gaming)
PBLPlanetary Boundary Layer
PBLProtected Bike Lane (various locations)
PBLPhilippine Basketball League
PBLPut Block
PBLPower Basic Library
PBLPrimary Boot Loader
PBLPerformance-Based Leadership
PBLPublishing and Broadcasting Limited (Australia)
PBLPeripheral Blood Leukocyte
PBLPanacea Biotec Ltd. (India)
PBLPrimary Boot Loader (computing)
PBLProduct Baseline
PBLProblem/Project Based Learning
PBLProject-Based Lesson (education)
PBLPacific Brands Ltd. (Australia)
PBLPolicy Based Loan
PBLPhiladelphia Belt Line Railroad
PBLPolish Peasant Bloc
PBLPatrol Boat Light (US Navy)
PBLPolicy By-Laws (Australian government)
PBLPower Builder Library
PBLProtection Ballistic Limit
PBLPoints Behind Leader (hockey)
PBLPoly Buffer LOCOS (Local Oxidation of Silicon)
PBLPer Beneficiary Limit
PBLPolicy Blocking List (SPAM filtering)
PBLPlastic Barrier Layer (soft goods packaging)
PBLPunishable By Life imprisonment (Florida)
PBLProject By-Law (Australia)
PBLPhrase-Based Language (speech synthesis development tool)
PBLPeanut Butter Legs
PBLPay by the Load (transportation)
PBLPersons, Behle and Latimer (law firm)
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Bitas' grant of bail for the duo's two trafficking cases was also questioned because no hearing was held, even as the charges involved a crime punishable by life imprisonment.
MANILA, Philippines The House of Representatives approved on third and final reading on Monday night a bill classifying the hacking of a bank's computer system and of automated teller machine (ATM) cards as economic sabotage punishable by life imprisonment.
Prosecutions are also used to gag journalists who are overly critical of the government, with some prosecutors invoking Section 124-a of the penal code, under which sedition is punishable by life imprisonment,' the report said.
The people, who are board members of the temple, are being investigated for possible charges of attempted murder and culpable homicide, both punishable by life imprisonment, and illegally storing a cache of explosives.
The House Committee on Ways and Means has endorsed for plenary approval a bill seeking to declare large-scale agricultural smuggling as economic sabotage and punishable by life imprisonment.
Senate Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said planting evidence is illegal and punishable by life imprisonment for the offending person in authority.
In December 2013, the Supreme Court in New Delhi reinstated Section 377 of the Penal Code, drafted in 1860, which holds that two persons of the same sex having sexual relations are committing a crime punishable by life imprisonment.
IN a significant statement with wide implications, the Centre on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it has formed a highlevel committee to consider if to make the offence of milk adulteration punishable by life imprisonment.
The indictment against Ersoz was based on complaints from Ozal's widow and son who accused the retired general of having "led an assassination attempt against the president" -- a crime punishable by life imprisonment.
Kidnapping for ransom is very rare in Singapore, but is a very severe offence, which is punishable by life imprisonment or the death penalty," deputy commissioner of police Hoong Wee Teck said in a statement.
Russia introduced its anti-gay laws that forbid the promotion of homosexuality and, most recently, Uganda passed a law that makes homosexuality punishable by life imprisonment.
McLaughlin are seeking a first-degree murder conviction in the case based on three theories of first-degree murder, that the killing was premeditated; that it was committed with extreme atrocity or cruelty; and that it occurred during the commission of a felony, armed robbery, that is punishable by life imprisonment.