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LRALord's Resistance Army (rebel group in Uganda)
LRALouisiana Recovery Authority
LRALabour Relations Act (various locations)
LRALocal Redevelopment Authority (Section 2910, Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990, as amended)
LRALoudness Range (audio variation)
LRALocal Redevelopment Authority
LRALocal Registration Authority
LRALiteracy Research Association (Oak Creek, WI)
LRALocal Responsibility Area (various organizations)
LRALouisiana Restaurant Association
LRALocal Reuse Authority
LRALumped (Discrete) Raman Amplifier
LRALong Range Artillery
LRALow-Risk Adenoma (gastroenterology)
LRALess Restrictive Alternative
LRALinear Regression Analysis
LRALowry Redevelopment Authority (Aurora and Denver, Colorado)
LRALong-Range Aviation
LRALow-Range Radio Altimeter
LRALocked Rotor Amperage (compressors in air conditioning systems)
LRALoad Real Address (IBM)
LRALast Room Available (hotels)
LRALoughton Residents Association (UK)
LRALong Range Assignment (education)
LRALanding Rights Airport
LRALocal Reproduction Authorized
LRALength, Rotation, Angle
LRALandscape Reconstruction Algorithm
LRALong Range Attack
LRALive Rear Axle (automotive)
LRALow Rank Approximation
LRALine Replaceable Assembly
LRALamp Rynearson and Associates, Inc (Omaha, NE)
LRALauncher Relay Assembly
LRALight Replaceable Assembly
LRALowest Rate Available (hotel industry)
LRALogistics Readiness Assessment
LRALaunch Reference Altitude (missile testing)
LRALTE (Long Term Evolution) in Rural America (Verizon Wireless)
LRALitigation Risk Assessment
LRALogistics Review Activity
LRALowest Repairable/Replacement Assembly
LRALuciferase Reporter Gene Assays
LRALand Registry Authority
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30, an Act to Amend the Education Labour Relations Act.
The county government will sign a recognition agreement with Kuco as per the Labour Relations Act 2007 within seven days from March 4.
class="MsoNormalHe said proposed changes to Labour Relations Act, 2007 were shot down by lawmakers on Thursday after a long debate.
Such limitations apply to the right to strike by 'essential service' providers under the Labour Relations Act No.
Harris said the Labour Relations Act fails to clearly define the role of public-sector employers.
Teacher Frances Crack, 31, from Cardiff, and Justin Preece - listed as being from Mid Glamorgan - were among several charged under Section 241 of the Trade Union Labour Relations Act for attempting to stop drivers and other workers from accessing a site in England on July 26.
Two women were detained, one for assault on police and the other under the Trade Union Labour Relations Act.
Two women were detained, one for assault on police and the other under the Trade Union Labour Relations Act. The charges came as anti-fracking campaigners gathered for a third day in the village where Cuadrilla is poised to start test drilling.
Workers disciplined for social-network posts say their comments are protected under the 1935 National Labour Relations Act, which lets employees discuss working conditions.
The case was being heard in the High Court in London and involves a claim that Unite balloted members no longer employed by the airline, which managers believe constituted a "clear breach" of the 1992 Trade Union and Labour Relations Act.
In terms of the Labour Relations Act, medical professionals are essential service providers and may only strike once a minimum service level agreement (MSLA) has been endorsed by the Essential Services Committee.
Is there anything in our theology, ecclesiology or polity which precludes a congregation of The Presbyterian Church in Canada from entering into a collective agreement with unionized employees as laid out in the Labour Relations Act of Ontario?