NOM

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AcronymDefinition
NOMNational Organization for Marriage (Princeton, NJ)
NOMNatural Organic Matter
NOMNominative (grammatical case)
NOMNorma Oficial Mexicana
NOMNominal
NOMNomenclature
NOMNumber of Methods
NOMNotice of Modification
NOMNoua Ordine Mondiala (Romanian: New World Order)
NOMNet Overseas Migration (Australia)
NOMNational Organization for Men
NOMNetwork Object Model
NOMNovus Ordo Missae (Mass of Paul VI)
NOMNaissance on Melrose
NOMNetBackup Operations Manager (software)
NOMNintendo Online Magazine (gaming)
NOMNoble Metal
NOMNegotiation, Organizations & Markets (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
NOMNetwork Object Model (Microsoft)
NOMNo Offence Meant
NOMNatural Organic Material
NOMNoordelijke Ontwikkelings Maatschappij
NOMNation of Men
NOMNintendo Official Magazine
NOMNationaal Onderzoek Multimedia (Dutch)
NOMNetwork Operation Manager (software)
NOMNational Online Meeting
NOMNew Order Mormon (religion)
NOMNominate/Nominee
NOMNot Original Motor (vehicle advertisements)
NOMNAS Operations Manager (FAA)
NOMNo Other Message
NOMNiezalezny Operator Miedzymiastowy (Polish long-distance company)
NOMNet Operation Margin
NOMNorthern on Main
NOMNetwork Operation Phone
NOMPurchases by the Quartermaster, Headquarters, US Marine Corps
NOMNot Original Manufacturer (automotive parts)
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Out former GOP presidential hopeful Fred Karger disagrees with Wilson, saying that he expects new RFRAs, pointing to "groups like the National Organization for Marriage [and] Family Research Council that depend on fighting the LGBT community" for any semblance of relevance.
The FOF founder lauded a statement from the National Organization for Marriage, which said in part, "It is a lawless ruling that contravenes the decisions of over 50 million voters and their elected representatives.
At one time, the so-called National Organization for Marriage (NOM) was the driving force behind Prop.
Supreme Court on Monday rejected a last-ditch attempt by the National Organization for Marriage to overturn last year's historic ruling by U.S.
Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage said this past fall that the group would push the new Congress for federal legislation to "protect marriage and religious liberty."
Instead, they see a good chance that when the Supreme Court directly considers the issues, it will "rule in favor of the people's right to define marriage as it has always been defined,'' as the National Organization for Marriage put it.
A letter signed by 61 people, including California politicians and national LGBT advocates, expressed concerns about Cordileone and the church affiliating with groups like National Organization for Marriage and the Family Research Council, which they view as denigrating lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage, calls it "a slap in the face to the majority of Americans,'' given that American voters have rejected same-sex marriage in a number of state referendums.
"Marriage is about identifying that there is this one unique relationship in humankind--the union of a man and a woman," says Joe Grabowski of the National Organization for Marriage.
Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage, which opposes gay marriage, characterized Monday's high court action as a repudiation of Shelby's decision.
All three talking points guides examined here come from major organizations opposed to same-sex marriage: Focus on the Family (FOF) (Focus on the Family, 2008), the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) (National Organization for Marriage, 2011), and Concerned Women for America (CWA) (LaRue, 2003), and all were available online as of May, 2014.
Brian Brown, the president for National Organization for Marriage has drafted an apology and it reads: "The gay lobby bullies are at it again.
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