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CBLCable
CBLCommunity Based Learning
CBLChoice Based Lettings (UK housing)
CBLComputer Based Learning
CBLCarb Back Loading (dieting)
CBLCitrus Belt League (California)
CBLCollegiate Baseball League
CBLCasitas B-Lineage Lymphoma (genetics)
CBLChester Beatty Library (Dublin, Ireland)
CBLCalculator-Based Laboratory
CBLcobalamin
CBLCheck Box List
CBLCommon Business Library
CBLCobol File
CBLCapacitance Bit Line
CBLColor Balance Lens (photography)
CBLComposite Block List (spam filtering)
CBLConvective Boundary Layer
CBLCement Bond Log (oil industry)
CBLConstitution and Bylaws (various organizations)
CBLChristian Business Leaders (various locations)
CBLCentral Bank of Liberia (Monrovia, Liberia)
CBLChemical Biology Laboratory
CBLCiudad Bolivar, Venezuela (Airport Code)
CBLCase Based Learning
CBLChina Baseball League (est. 2002)
CBLCOBOL Source Code (file name extension)
CBLCôte Basque Landes (French rugby club)
CBLCommercial Bill of Lading
CBLComputational Biology Laboratory (various locations)
CBLContinental Boundary Layer
CBLCentral Bank of Lesotho
CBLCommon Business Library (Veo Systems, Inc.)
CBLCentral Bank of Libya (est. 1956)
CBLComputer-Based Laboratory
CBLCreative Bible Lessons
CBLCarbon Based Lifeforms
CBLChina Basin Landing (San Francisco, CA)
CBLCore Business Line
CBLCharter Bus Lines (British Columbia)
CBLCommon Business Language (electronic commerce)
CBLClearstream Banking Luxembourg
CBLCome Back Later
CBLCanadian Baseball League
CBLClass-Based Language (computing)
CBLCape Cod Baseball League (Massachusetts)
CBLChina Blog List (est. 2002)
CBLConfederatie Bouw Limburg (Dutch: Limburg Construction Confederation; Limburg, Belgium)
CBLCheck Back Later
CBLConsortium for the Barcode of Life (DNA)
CBLCoors Brewers Limited
CBLContainerized Batch Laundry
CBLCarling Black Label (beer brand)
CBLCarver Branch Library (Austin, TX)
CBLCercle Bernard Lazare (French: Bernard Lazare Circle; est. 1954)
CBLChesapeake Bay Laboratory
CBLCompagnie Belfort Loisirs (French: Belfort Recreation Society; Belfort, France)
CBLClan Base Live (gaming)
CBLClub des Bactéries Lactiques (French: Lactic Acid Bacteria Club)
CBLCas-Br-M Murine Ecotropic Retroviral Transforming Sequence Homolog
CBLContract Bridge League
CBLCarrelages Bâtiment du Littoral (French: Coastal Building Tiles; Vallauris, France)
CBLCompare Bit Lines (signal)
CBLCarrefour du Bois Limousin (French: Crossroads of Wood Limousin; Limousin, France)
CBLClub Biblique Lycéen (French: High School Bible Club)
CBLCocoa Butter Lotion
CBLCross Border Link
CBLClub Badminton Lucon (Lucon, France)
CBLCountry Business Leader
CBLCurve Bottom Line
CBLConfiguration Breakdown List
CBLCephalic Blood Lacuna
CBLClear Bilaterally
CBLConnective Boundary Layer
CBLConemaugh and Black Lick Railroad Company
CBLConceptual Baseline
CBLClub de Badminton de Liancourt (French: Liancourt Badminton Club; Liancourt, France)
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Taith stressed: "The importance of the cross border links from North Wales to the North West and Midlands of England and vice versa cannot be overestimated.
Nationwide group economist Alex Bannister said the city had seen property prices soar as it "enjoyed the peace dividend and its cross border links with the fast-growing Irish Republic."
But we have a very strong case, given the cross border links to Ireland, and Plaid councillors across the north are already working hard on this.
And they were concerned it may exacerbate the north-south divide in Wales and potentially damage cross border links with England.
The governance has not operated properly, it's not been effective, and has not been making the right decisions as the report points out." The Webb report said Glyndwr must develop cross border links with the University of Chester, including shared teaching facilities and staff appointments, to broaden the offering to students.
MDA chairman Dennis Knowles said: "Our strategy was produced jointly in recognition that the areas have major cross border links in travel, the economy and retail.