LHRA

AcronymDefinition
LHRALutheran Human Relations Association (Milwaukee, WI)
LHRALocked High Radiation Area
LHRALeft Hand Reverse Active (door opening convention)
LHRALithuanian Human Rights Association
LHRALeague of Human Rights Activists (Slovakia)
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A spokesperson from the LHRA added: "Recently, it appears the road sweeping to ensure the roads are clear of mud appear to have stopped - or, at the very least, they have been reduced.
The LHRA says bins cannot be put up by Stockton Council as the area has not yet been adopted by the authority.
"The newcomer will undoubtedly shake up the upscale accommodation segment, to which also belong such Vilnius Old City landmark hotels such as Stikliai, Narutis and some others," says the LHRA head.
The rush is essentially related to the strength of anticipation of the EU presidency which, undoubtedly, will turn Vilnius into a bustling spot for some time,11 the LHRA head said to The Baltic Times.
They were the result of hard work, and struggle, and we demand that the rights of women in the political sector be met," LHRA said in the release.
The LHRA requests that the Draft Election Law readdresses Article 1.
The LHRA president, however, notes that the volume of Latvian tourists shrunk by 6 percent in 2011.
The full area was visited by volunteers assisted by the LHRA street patrol and local councillor Louise Baldock and in just over an hour 25 bags of rubbish were collected, among the rubbish they also found a discarded drain pipe, a cover off a lamp-post, a number plate and a wheel trim, as well as general litter.