ROL


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AcronymDefinition
ROLRoland
ROLRomanian Leu (former Currency Unit, ISO)
ROLRisk of Loss (commercial transactions)
ROLRay of Light
ROLRing of Light (gaming)
ROLRule of Law
ROLRush of Love
ROLRock of Love (TV show)
ROLRepublic of Liberia
ROLRisultato Operativo Lordo (Italian: Gross Operating Result; taxes)
ROLRegistration on Line
ROLReadout Link
ROLRise of Legends (video game)
ROLRotate Left
ROLReview of Literature (in research)
ROLRegistration On-Line (various schools)
ROLRank Order List (medical residency)
ROLRock over London (London, UK)
ROLRate on Line
ROLRate On Line (insurance)
ROLRoad Occupancy License (Australia)
ROLRide on Lille (French roller skating club)
ROLReorder Level
ROLRecord of Learning (New Zealand)
ROLReduction-Option Loan
ROLRock Out Loud (band)
ROLReturn On Life
ROLRocketry Online
ROLRelease of Lien
ROLReddito Operativo Lordo (Italy)
ROLReconfiguration of Lot (infrastructure management; Australia)
ROLRepublic of Logarithms (micronation)
ROLReactor Operating Limit
ROLRetired Officers Luncheon
ROLRear-Of-Leg strap (skydiving)
ROLRun of Loom (textiles)
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Beyond its main focus on institutional versus ends-based understandings of ROL reform, this is a careful and wide-ranging treatment of many of the pertinent issues.
Frank Upham's subtle essay challenges two key ROL assumptions he regards as insufficiently substantiated.
The first describes ROL reform as "flawed and incomplete," characterized by "questionable assumptions"--the most questionable of all being that formal structures and state institutions are the key to ROL reform--and "unproven impact, and insufficient attention to the legal needs of the disadvantaged" (p.