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DLDolby Laboratories
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DLDémocratie Libérale (French: liberal democracy)
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DLDiplôme de Langue (French: Diploma in Language)
DLDepot Level
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DLDied Laughing
DLDemarcation Line
DLDexter's Laboratory (cartoon show)
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DLDischarge Line
DLDefect Level
DLDorsolumbar
DLDemokratische Linke
DLDelaware-Lackawanna Railroad
DLDocument Log
DLDestroyer Leader
DLDag Locking
DLDial Line
DLDanger List
DLDesignated Laboratory
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DLDiode Logic
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DLDimension Lengthwise (envelope format)
DLDavid Lipscomb University (Nashville, Tennessee)
DLDerogatory Label
DLDeficiency List
DLDreadlands (Everquest game)
DLDuelist League (game)
DLDark Lich (game character)
DLDetachment Leader
DLEducational Delay
DLDissipative Loss
DLDesignated Loser (sports)
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DLDisciplinary Leave
DLDeal Load
DLData Discrepancy List
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The post Push for Venice to be put on UN danger list, ban cruise ships appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
UNESCO's decision to place the Sundarbans on its danger list follows concerns from the agency and local environmentalists over the ongoing construction of the coal-powered Rampal plant on the edge of the forest.
The sites on the UNESCO committee's danger list include the historical centers of Damascus, Bosra and Aleppo, as well as the desert oasis of Palmyra, a cultural center of the ancient world.
In a sign of the devastation being wrought by the war, the United Nations cultural agency UNESCO put the six World Heritage Sites in Syria on its danger list of imperiled monuments on Thursday, urging international efforts to protect them.
The Abu Mena Monastery was placed on the danger list in 2001 due to the threat of rising water.
She is now off the danger list but is still recovering in hospital and it is thought she will need plastic surgery.
included on France's danger list. "We undoubtedly need to go up to 20 or 30
Apparently not content with putting Habib Beye and Joey Barton on the danger list with tackles which cut through them like a hot knife through butter, he went back to his old club Middlesbrough last weekend and had Didier Digard carted off on a stretcher.
A total of 3,071 homes are on the danger list across the region, of which well over 500 are likely to be in Merseyside, research by the Liberal Democrats revealed.
Under the Convention, which entered into force in 1975, participating countries nominate sites to be included on the World Heritage List and the List of World Heritage in Danger (Danger List).
Fresnillo - another stock on the danger list - was off 17.6p at 127.1p.
The site was placed on the Danger List in accordance with Article 11(4) of the World Heritage Convention and the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, making it the lone example of an Indian site placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger by UNESCO, a matter of great embarrassment for the governments at both state and Central levels.