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NLNetherlands
NLNational League (baseball)
NLNot Listed
NLNo Limit
NLNatural Language
NLNew Line
nlNormal (medical)
NLNorthern Light (search engine)
NLNorthern Lights
NLNewfoundland and Labrador
NLNamelijk (Dutch: namely)
NLNon-Linear
NLNight Light
NLNuevo Leon (Mexican state)
NLNetwork Links (OSPF)
NLNightlife (The Sims Expansion Pack)
NLNational Laboratory
NLNorthern League (independent minor league)
NLProvince of Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada)
NLNo-Load (mutual funds)
NLNew Latin
NLNo Level (software open licensing)
NLNumber of Lines
NLNick Lachey (singer)
NLNetwork Layer
NLNobel Laureate
NLNumber Line
NLNo License
NLNetwork Library
NLNon-Ladder (Diablo II gaming)
NLNesting Level
NLNuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas (Mexico)
nLNanoliter
NLNational Lead (Industries)
NLNon Licet (Latin: It Is Not Allowed, epigraphy)
NLNeuvostoliitto (Finnish: Soviet Union)
NLNormal Load
NLNorthern Luzon
NLNeville Longbottom (Harry Potter series)
NLNecrotizing Lymphadenitis (Porcine Circovirus 2)
NLNational Libertarian
NLNumerical Laboratory
NLNondeterministic Logarithmic (complexity theory)
NLNavy lighterage (US DoD)
NLNuevo León (Estado de) (México)
NLNetherbian Lair (Everquest)
NLNorthern Lion Gold Corporation (Vancouver, BC, Canada; stock symbol)
NLNightlight Studios (game developers)
NLNIMA Library
NLNorvegijos Lietuviai (Lithuanian: Norway Libraries)
NLNorth Latitude
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Jenkins contacted the service--a daily deals app that attracts clientele to nightlife establishments--and started offering a $120 bottle service package deal, valued at $250, on designated days of the week.
Only two of the top 10 in the nightlife list were southern England destinations.
This section describes how a case study of websites used to advertise nightlife in Phuket was conducted--"nightlife" serving as one euphemism for sex (Singh and Hart 2007, p.
Tonight's the night WE went to Miami as part of the Smirno Nightlife Exchange Project, in which 14 countries are swapping nightlife on the same night.
pounds 500 spending money to go and explore top nightlife spots, plus travel insurance.
Primarily, we want to see a more refined, sophisticated and consistent nightlife developing in Bahrain," said Ms Ahmed, a former UN public information officer who has been stationed at peacekeeping missions in Uganda, Kenya and Sudan.
We might begin with the question of why nightlife has been studied so little in Chinese contexts.
The State Liquor Authority moratorium has strengthened existing nightlife establishments, and promises to retain the balance historically necessary for a vibrant community.
3, hoping to attract viewers age 18 to 34 in areas of travel, lifestyle, fashion, shopping, nightlife, music and extreme sports.
Lizabeth Cohen, The Making of a New Deal: Industrial Workers in Chicago, 1919-1939 (New York, 1990); Roy Rosenzweig, Eight Hours for What We Will: Workers and Leisure in an Industrial City, 1870-1920 (New York, 1983); Lewis Erenberg, Steppin' Out: New York Nightlife and the Transformation of American Culture, 1890-1930 (Chicago, 1981); and Kathy Peiss, Cheap Amusements: Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York (Philadelphia, 1968).
All six bars will open within blocks of each other, creating a downtown nightlife "district.
600 avid restaurant and nightlife goers who dined out an average of 3.