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CNLConfédération Nationale du Logement (French: National Confederation of Housing)
CNLCentre National du Livre (French: National Book Center)
CNLClinical Nurse Leader
CNLCentre National de la Littérature (French: National Center of Literature; Luxembourg)
CNLCityNightLine (German Rail)
CNLChronic Neutrophilic Leukemia (disease)
CNLC Numerical Library
CNLCentre Nautique de Lorient (French nautical center)
CNLCould Not Locate (various organizations)
CNLCommercial Net Lease (Orlando, FL)
CNLCaisse National du Logement (French: National Housing Fund; Algeria)
CNLCercle Nautique de Loctudy (French nautical club)
CNLCentre de Naturopathie Lausanne (French; Swiss naturopathy center)
CNLCompetitive Need Limitation (trade)
CNLControlled Natural Language
CNLCenter for Naval Leadership
CNLClub Nautique de Limoges (French nautical club)
CNLCatalog of Nonprofit Literature (database; Foundation Center)
CNLAllensworth State Park (Amtrak station code; Earlimart, CA)
CNLCambridge Newspapers Ltd. (UK)
CNLCompensated Neutron Log (oil industry)
CNLCommittee of National Liberation (World War II Italian group)
CNLCumulative Net Loss
CNLConstrained Natural Language (restricted set of nouns and verbs for requirements documents)
CNLCrocker Nuclear Lab
CNLCircuit Net Loss
CNLConical-Nose Lead (bullets)
CNLCertificate of Non-Licensure (Pennsylvania criminal legal document)
CNLColumbia, Newberry, and Laurens Railroad Company
CNLCanal de Noticias Lisboa (Portugal)
CNLCambridge Neurodynamics Limited
CNLCommission Nationale de Linguistique (French: National Linguistic Commission; Benin & Togo)
CNLSindal Airport, Denmark (IATA code)
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Peer-reviewed and selected for presentation at the Maynooth, Ireland workshop, 11 papers explore controlled natural language from such perspectives as editing with search and exploration for controlled languages, a controlled natural language for financial services compliance checking, automating question generation and marking language learning exercises with isiZulu, controlled natural languages for hazard analysis and risk assessment, automated program synthesis from object-oriented natural languages for computer games, and rewriting simplified text into a controlled natural language.
Meyer, "Sydney OWL syntax-towards a controlled natural language syntax for OWL 1.1," in Proceedings of the OWLED Workshop on OWL: Experiences and Directions, OWLED, 2007.
The above characteristics of the ModeLang language allow to classify it into the group of Controlled Natural Languages (CNLs).
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