GLIN

AcronymDefinition
GLINGlobal Legal Information Network
GLINGreat Lakes Information Network
GLINGrijze Literatuur In Nederland (Dutch: Gray Literature in the Netherlands; publications database)
GLINGrey Literature in the Netherlands (Dutch academic publications database)
GLINGood Luck in Next (online gaming)
GLINGloucestershire Local Information Network (UK)
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"Since [Thursday] morning, officers from a PSNI Major Investigation team have been conducting a murder inquiry, following the discovery of the bodies of three people at Glin Ree Court in Newry "I can now confirm the identities of the two females who were found dead at the address.
"We are delighted that MoJ is ready and willing to assume the administration of GLIN. Indeed the entire GLIN membership sees Qatar as a benefiting successor and voted earlier this year to accept MoJ as the new leader of this international network," added Mao.
4th race: 1 Sahaal (TT) (Hadi Ebrahim Al Afoo, Mohammed Hassan, Alberto Sanna); 2 Qanateer (Fawzi Abdulla Nass, Fawzi Nass, Hussain Makki); 3 Brannagh (Jaafar Ahmed Madan Abdulla, Taleb Ali, Gerald Avranche); 4 Lois Glin (Al Nasseriyeh, A Smith, Brett Doyle).
1952 -- Amir Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah issues a decree on the establishment of the National Bank of Kuwait with a capital of 13.1 million Rupees (approximately one million Kuwaiti dinars).1971 -- The first issue of the weekly Miraat Al-Umma (Mirror of the Nation) magazine hits the newsstands.1998 -- The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) makes its office at the Kuwaiti Ministry of Justice the GLIN Middle East Regional Center.1999 -- Fahad Yousef Al-Duwairi, a Kuwaiti literary figure, passes away at the age of 78.2000 -- Kuwaiti theatre director Fuad Al-Shatti is awarded a seat at the Higher Council for International Theatre.2002 -- Kuwaiti Gynecologist Dr.
During the visit, al-Rasas has signed an agreement on Yemen's accession to the Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), which contains a wide range of legal information in 13 languages, including Arabic.
The Knight of Glin and James Peill tell the tales of some of the more colourful inhabitants of these homes, both past and present.
The databases from 40 countries of the Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) (discussed below) are another significant searchable resource.
Joseph's Industrial School in Glin County Limerick when his father traveled to England for work.
Finally, Coventry has a decent looking card of opens tonight featuring the final of the Glin Bridge 680 stakes where Gary Newbon, of Sky Sport, has a fancied runner, Mar City Two, and Monmore trainer Kim Billingham has two finalists..
This freely available network allows legal scholars, jurists, Supreme Court justices, representatives of international organizations, regional banks, parliaments, law schools, multinational corporations, nongovernmental aid organizations, and everyone else to find out what the law of the land is in nations across the globe by simply going to the Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), www.glin.loc.gov, a remarkable new tool that operates out of the Law Library of the Library of Congress, the world's largest library.