NTLR

AcronymDefinition
NTLRNorthern Territory Law Reports
NTLRNon-Trading Loan Relationship (UK)
NTLRNational Technology Leadership Retreat
NTLRNational Test Letter Run
NTLRNon Tenure Line (Stanford University faculty type/position)
NTLRNon-Toxic Large Rifle (ammunition primer)
NTLRNew Territories Land Registry
NTLRNorth Texas Regional Library (system)
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leprae were only found in 10% of NTLR treated with rifampicin and of loxacin and in none treated with rifampicin and ethionamide, or rifampicin and minocycline.
Superiority of the neonatally thymectomized Lewis rat (NTLR) to monitor a clinical trial in lepromatous leprosy of the two regimens of rifampin and dapsone.
See also R v Daniel [1998] 1 Qd R 499, 532 (Fitzgerald P); R v Riley (2006) 161 A Crim R 414, 419 [17] (Martin (BR) CJ); R v GJ (2005) 16 NTLR 230; 196 FLR 233, 238-9 [27] (Mildren J).
(153) See, eg, R v Haji-Noor (2007) 21 NTLR 127, even though in many cases the assault is committed in a domestic violence context: Horrigan v Rowbottam [2005] NTSC 60 (4 October 2005) [50] (Southwood J).
(88) Trenerry v Bradley (1997) 6 NTLR 175, 187 (Mildren J).
Cf R v Husen Baco (2011) 29 NTLR 221, 227 [16] where Kelly J stated that 'of itself, that Article confers no legal rights on anyone, and it is clear that neither under Australian law nor under international law, does a refugee have a legal right to "enjoy ...
(132) NAGV of 2002 v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (2005) 222 CLR 161, 169 [14]-[16] (Gleeson CJ, McHugh, Gummow, Hayne, Callinan and Heydon JJ); R v Husen Baco (2011) 29 NTLR 221, 229-30 [25]-[28] (Kelly J); Nguyen Tuan Cuong v Director of Immigration [1997] 1 WLR 68, 79 (Lords Goff and Hoffmann, dissenting).
(140) See also Applicant A v Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs (1997) 190 CLR 225; Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Ibrahim (2000) 204 CLR 1, 45-6 [137] (Gummow J); R v Mahendra (2011) 252 FLR 303, 308 [19] (Bloldand J); R v Husen Baco (2011) 29 NTLR 211,229-30 [25]-[28] (Kelly J).
(30) In Syrimi (1996) 6 NTLR 1, 13 (Angel J), the knowing inducers were held liable to pay equitable compensation.
(123) See, eg, Neal v The Queen (1982) 7 A Crim R 129; R v Miyatatawuy (1996) 6 NTLR 44; Munungurr v The Queen (1994) 4 NTLR 63.