CIHL

AcronymDefinition
CIHLComité Interentreprises d'Hygiène du Loiret (French: Business to Business Committee for the Hygiene of Loiret; Loiret, France)
CIHLCentral Interior Hockey League (senior hockey organization; est. 1996; British Columbia, Canada)
CIHLCustomary International Humanitarian Law (Cambridge University Press)
CIHLConsortium of Institutions of Higher Learning (India)
CIHLCentral Illinois Hockey League
CIHLClipsal Industries Holdings Ltd.
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In December 2018, CIHL had purchased an economic interest through a structured investment in equity shares of Anglo-American Plc from Volcan Investments for a total consideration of Rs 3,812 crore.
Colonel Al-Maliki added that the terrorist Houthi militia is continuing its violations of (CIHL) by planting (mines, bombs and IEDs) that threaten the lives of civilians especially women and children and the total sea mines detected and destroyed by Coalition Navy reached (120), (1) from (5-18 March 2019).
(1) So far as concerns non-international armed conflicts, CIHL
With a shared goal of growing the sport of ice hockey in Hong Kong, both the CIHL and the HKIHA are dedicated to grassroots initiatives to help young players develop a strong ice hockey foundation.
(34) BELGIUM, LAW OF WAR MANUAL 29 (1983), cited in CIHL, supra note 25, at 334; see also U.K.
(46) CIHL, supra note 43, Rules 15-21; PI, supra note 43, art.
(173) It should be kept in mind that the ICRC CIHL Study is an academic work, and not a declaration of the law to which States are bound.
The CIHL is considered an independent league, however, since it is not sanctioned by Hockey Canada.
Leading the scoring charge with 30 goals and 19 goals for a whopping 49 points was So, who joined the CIHL this past season as part of the prestigious CIHL Intern Program.
in the conduct of military operations during armed conflicts, a distinction must be made at all times between persons actively taking part in the hostilities and civilian populations."); See also Nuclear Weapons, supra note 15, [paragraph] 79 (distinction is one of the "intransgressible principles of international customary law"); CIHL, supra note 16, at 3 (Rule 1); Abella v.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., November 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- With league sponsor Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) back for a third straight season, the RBC Adopt a School program continues to flourish as students from across Hong Kong are gaining exposure to the sport and some, after watching the CIHL, take an interest in playing ball or ice hockey.