NLCA

AcronymDefinition
NLCANunavut Land Claims Agreement
NLCANurse Licensure Compact Administrators
NLCANew Life Christian Academy
NLCANewfoundland and Labrador Construction Association
NLCANorwegian Lutheran Church of America
NLCANantucket Lightship Closed Area
NLCANewfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal (Canada)
NLCANurse Licensure Compact Administrator
NLCANew Life Churches of Australia
NLCANet Lease Capital Advisors
NLCANational Labour Collective Agreement
NLCANewfoundland and Labrador Chiropractic Association (Canada)
NLCANonlinear Component Analysis
NLCANorwegian Lundehund Club of America, Inc.
NLCANewfoundland and Labrador Council of Archives (Canada)
NLCANational Livestock Contractors Association
NLCANational Lung Cancer Audit (UK)
NLCANational Learning Communities Association
NLCANational Livestock Commission Association
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(162.) Craig, "Delayed Disclosure", supra note 149 at 565-68; R v HT, 2009 NLCA 69 at para 7.
The DFO, under the provisions of the Fisheries Act and the NLCA, engages with the NWMB and develops management proposals informed by scientific research, community consultations, and the national public interest.
(123) R v W(T), 2016 NLCA 3 at para 9, 334 CCC (3d) 547.
Experimental sites were chosen within the ETCA and NLCA, two rotational management areas closed to scallop dredging at the time of the study (Fig.
According to the aforementioned considerations, this study aimed to develop a new test battery: the Non-language-based Cognitive Assessment (NLCA) to assess the cognitive impairment in Chinese aphasic patients.
Compared with NLCA and STCA, a performance evaluation on Middlebury datasets shows that the proposed method has higher correct matching rate.
The Licensing & Contracts Manager for the Colorado Board of Nursing was the state's representative at the NLCA meeting held on Saturday, March 15.
A Compact (or party) state is a state that has passed legislation and has been approved by the NLCA to implement the Compact.
Dr Michael Peake, Clinical Lead for the National Lung Cancer Audit (NLCA), said: "The Lung Cancer Smart Map is a great way to make our data on the quality and outcomes of lung cancer services across the UK easily available and easily understandable to the general public.
Settlement of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA) in 1993 resulted in the creation of a suite of Inuit representative organizations, the most important being Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.
Consequently, the recent independence story of the largest native population inhabiting an area once included in the NWT could be told as an Eastern-Arctic Spring of sorts, in which democracy flowers with the formation of Nunavut--literally "our land"--except that the three-hundred-and-fifty-square-kilometre territory was anything but ceded in 1999 to Inuit residents as a result of the 1993 Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (nlca).
The 1993 Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA) negotiated by the Inuit people, provided the Inuit with a greater degree of control over their own resources, and perhaps greater potential to shape their own economic destiny.