FLDS

AcronymDefinition
FLDSFields (street suffix)
FLDSFundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
FLDSFundamental Latter-Day Saint (religion)
FLDSFirst Level Decomposition and Specification
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Keeping the prevalence of MDR-TB at 5.7%,14 the sample size was calculated using Openepi software.15 Information related to age, gender, previous FLD treatment and its outcome, previous SLD treatment and its outcome, presence of comorbid diseases, type of drug resistance, resistance with FLDs and SLDs and outcome of current DR-TB treatment was noted.
The women's speech and dress not-so-subtly suggest t6 viewers that the women members of the Church of the Scary-pocalypse, like many Mormon fundamentalist women, are not sisters, but sister-wives--that Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne's church, like FLDS, practices polygyny, the marriage of one man to multiple women.
The special explores Wall's story along with revelations about how the now-imprisoned cult leader ruled over 15,000 followers of the FLDS. 
justia.com/2015/09/17/the-plight-of-children-at-risk-in-the-ultra-orthodox-jewishcommunities-and-the-failure-of- government-and-pandering- politicians-to- protect-them [http://perma.cc/AV7V-9FRP] ("As with the FLDS, the ultraOrthodox communities have put children at risk due to inadequate medical treatment, educational neglect, and mostly undeterred child sex abuse."); Public Hearing Into Yeshivah Melbourne and Yeshivah Bondi to be Held, Royal Comm'n into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse (Jan.
("Members of the FLDS believe they are the true Latter-day Saints, as they are living Joseph Smith's revelation that men must have at least three wives to enter the highest realm of heaven.").
Found by a local handyman, he catches a glimpse of a mysterious girl--Rose--running through town, and follows her into the mountains where they are both tracked and discovered by the men of the FLDS community.
However, in India, all anti-TB drugs, both FLDs and SLDs, are widely available and used, often irrationally, in the private and the public sectors outside of the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP).
Casting out has further religious implications, because when men are cast out of the FLDS, they no longer hold the priesthood, their role as spiritual leader in their family.
Affidavits for all witnesses ranged in length from 3 to 93 pages, excluding supplementary material that was not examined in this study (700 pages of documents relating to the Texas FLDS criminal case, for example).
Given that the Thirteenth Amendment's framers viewed slavery and polygamy as "twin relics of barbarism," (57) a particularly apt situation in which to invoke the Amendment might be in quest of a remedy more effective than hitherto offered under state law to the underage plural wives and other children of the Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints (FLDS), whom the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services tried unsuccessfully in 2008 to remove from their families on the Yearning for Zion ranch.
The state asked a judge to allow the forfeiture, alleging FLDS leaders financed a $1.1m purchase of the land in 2003 through money laundering.