LPR

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AcronymDefinition
LPRLicense Plate Recognition
LPRLine Printer
LPRLe Poisson Rouge (French: The Red Fish)
LPRLawful Permanent Resident
LPRLaryngopharyngeal Reflux
LPRLegal Permanent Resident
LPRLiga Polskich Rodzin (Polish political party)
LPRLiving Planet Report
LPRLine Printer Requester
LPRLine Printer Remote
LPRLeague of Polish Families (Poland)
LPRLinear Polarization Resistance
LPRLanguage Proficiency Requirement (various locations)
LPRLoss of Power
LPRLotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe (Polish Medical Air Rescue)
LPRLight Pollution Reduction (filter type for telescope eyepiece)
LPRLate-Phase Reaction (immunology)
LPRLicitacion por Registro (Spanish: Registration Tender; various locations)
LPRLow Pressure Regulator (paintball)
LPRLocal Positioning Radar
LPRLa Polla Records (Spanish band)
LPRLimited Production Run
LPRAmphibious Transport (Small)
LPRLine Printer Request
LPRLow Priority Request
LPRLiquid-Phase Polymer-Based Retention
LPRLocal Primary Reference (Telcom Solutions)
LPRLaser Plasma Reflectometer
LPRLinear Programming Relaxation
LPRSaami, Northern (Norwegian language SIL code)
LPRLost Policy Release (Insurance)
LPRLes Précieuses Ridicules (Nijmegen)
LPRLow-Pressure Receiver
LPRLocal Percentile Rank
LPRLaurent-Perrier Rose (champagne)
LPRLow Pressure Rotor
LPRLeadership Potential Rating
LPRLetter Proposal Retrofit
LPRLondon Property Review Ltd
LPRLaboratory Property Removal
LPRLate Procurement Request
LPRLocal Payment Receipt
LPRLower Principal Representation
LPRLogic Program Register
LPRLaxity-Driven Proactive Resource Allocation
LPRLocal Problem Report
LPRLinear Phase Recorder (Sprint)
LPRLongs Peak Route (Estes Park, CO postal route)
LPRLow Power Removal
LPRLow-cost Pocket Radios
LPRLoss Prevention Report
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Discrimination for the Sake of the Nation: The Discourse of the League of Polish Families Against "Others" 2001-2007
New parties are being created, there is a sort of effervescence - with the Alternative for Germany, the Alternative for Ireland, the Polish National Movement (RN), which held its first congress on 8 June - making the most of the disappearance of the League of Polish Families - and is expected to announce shortly whether it will take part in European elections.
The League of Polish Families, avowedly anti-EU, opposes gay marriage, foreign ownership of land and, allegedly according to some authors, is anti-Semitic.
Kaczynski's Law and Justice party entered into a coalition with the fascist-sympathizing League of Polish Families.
As head of the League of Polish Families, a nationalist political party that is the junior coalition partner in government, he was appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Education last year and, since then, has repeatedly ignited controversy that has garnered the media spotlight at home and internationally--not always in flattering terms.
The fundamentalist Radio Maryja, which even Vatican officials had decried on occasion for regular anti-Semitic content, was a major supporter of the move, which was proposed by the junior partner in the Polish government, the League of Polish Families.
The legislation is being proposed by the League of Polish Families, a minor coalition party, whose representative said it is intended to protect the rights of parents to "bring up their children according to their chosen value system.
Last Wednesday, European Parliamentarian Maciej Giertych, a former head of the nationalistic, Catholic-based League of Polish families, released the 32-page "Civilization at War in Europe" at European Parliament headquarters in Strasbourg, France.
Roman Giertych, son of Maciej, is Chairman of the conservative Catholic League of Polish Families (LPR), which was formerly affiliated with the nationalist youth organization All-Polish Youth (MW).
Less amusingly, his party has formed a coalition government with the Self-Defense Party and the League of Polish Families.
Youth activists of the parliamentary party League of Polish Families threw stones, eggs, bottles, and slurs at peaceful GLBT marchers.
On May 5, 2006, PiS entered a coalition with a populist party (Samoobrona) and a party on the extreme Right, the League of Polish Families.
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