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AcronymDefinition
ULIUnderwriters Laboratories Inc.
ULIUrban Land Institute
ULIUltimate Linking Interface
ULIUniversal Lab Interface
ULIUser Level Interrupt
ULIUser Language Interpreter
ULIUser Location Information (wireless networks)
ULIUniversitärer Lehrverbund Informatik
ULIUniversal Life Insurance
ULIUltra-Light Inflatable
ULIUniono por la Linguo Internaciona Ido (Esperanto: Union for the International Language Ido; constructed language group)
ULIUnsigned Long Integer (data type)
ULIUniversity/Laboratory Initiative (Office of Naval Research)
ULIUtica Learning Interchange
ULIUnited Limo, Inc. (Mishawaka, IN)
ULIUnion Literary Institute
ULIUniversal LAN Interconnection (Sprint)
ULIUser Logical Inputs (programming)
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The Urban Land Institute is an international, membership-based nonprofit research and education organization.
In June 2017, Empire State Development in cooperation with the City of Buffalo and the ULI Foundation, sponsored a week-long Urban Land Institute study of the Buffalo Central Terminal's potential for rehabilitation and reuse.
The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members.
At a presentation to the city council last week, experts associated with the Urban Land Institute offered ideas.
The Urban Land Institute (www.uli.org) is a global non-profit education and research institute supported by its members.
Founded in 1936, Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute that is supported and directed by its 30,000 members worldwide.
The Urban Land Institute (www.uli.org) is a nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members.
As such, we are very keen on coordinating with top officials from Urban Land Institute and real estate projects so we work together towards the betterment of the life for all Bahrainis and the Kingdom as a whole."
For additional information, visit the Urban Land Institute website (www.
KNOW THE ENEMY Issue No Slow Urgent Crisis problem boil Trafffic congestion 12.4% 42.7% 31.5% 13.5% Crowded schools 25.8% 39.9% 28.1% 5.6% Affordable housing 11.2% 32.6% 32.0% 24.2% Loss of open space 19.7% 33.7% 30.9% 15.7% Crumbling infrastructure 16.9% 43.3% 30.9% 9.0% No-growth neighbors 30.3% 33.7% 20.2% 14.0% SOURCE: URBAN LAND INSTITUTE
Gatson is a member of many civic organizations, including the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, the Urban Land Institute's Inner City Advisor Coordinating Committee, and Fannie Mae's Housing Impact Advisory Committee.
Examples of organizations represented at the summit include the National Association of Homebuilders, Urban Land Institute, Trust for Public Land, Environmental Defense, National Association of Counties and the National Governors Association.
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