NTLA

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AcronymDefinition
NTLANot Too Long Ago
NTLANevada Trial Lawyers Association
NTLANational Tax Lien Association (Pensacola, FL)
NTLANational Truck Leasing Association
NTLANon Three Letter Acronym
NTLANew York Tokyo London Aerdenhout
NTLANational Tax Lien Advisors (Woodland Hills, CA)
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The senior official also explained how Pakistan discouraged the use of Oxo degradable plastic bags among other countries in the South Asia Cooperative Environment Programme not too long ago.
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Young approvingly quotes David Boaz's suggestion that polyamorists wait to get legal marital recognition until "all special laws related to marriage [cease] to exist." A group marriage would be considered too upsetting to the "social order and the raising of children." Not too long ago, however, homosexuals were considered an unfit family unit.
Not too long ago, downtown North Bay resembled a de-militarized zone with vacant storefronts, old fire sites and clusters of loitering young people.
Not too long ago, scholars confidently thought they understood Bruegel's art.
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Not too long ago, most working adults thought that if they had a good pension plan, solid life insurance policy, health insurance and a savings program for their children's education, they were prepared for anything life might throw their way.
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