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CLRClear
CLRCommon Language Runtime (Microsoft .NET)
CLRColor
CLRClearance
CLRClearing
CLRCleric (Everquest)
CLRCombat Logistics Regiment (US Marine Corps)
CLRCell Loss Ratio
CLRCalifornia Law Review
CLRCommonwealth Law Reports (Australian's High Court law reporter)
CLRCouncil on Library Resources
CLRCenterline Radius
CLRCalcium, Lime, Rust (cleaning solution)
CLRClear Request
CLRConditional Logistic Regression
CLRCormen, Leiserson, Rivest (authors of the book "Introduction to Algorithms")
CLRCenter of Lateral Resistance
CLRCircle of Liberal Reformers (political party, Gabon)
CLRComputer Language Research
CLRCurrent-Limiting Resistor
CLRCentre de Lecture Rapide (French speed reading center; Canada)
CLRCircuit Layout Record
CLRChampagne Louis Roederer (French champagne company)
CLRCentral London Railway
CLRContact Lens Relief (Clear Eyes)
CLRContainer Loading
CLRClinical Laboratory Reference (journal)
CLRChief of Staff Logistics Review
CLRCapabilities List Request
CLRCenter for Latino Research (DePaul University)
CLRAtlantic Razor Clam (FAO species code)
CLRCombat Loss Replacement
CLRContingent Liability Record
CLRContext Likelihood of Relatedness (algorithm)
CLRCustomer Liaison Representative
CLRContingent Liability Report
CLRCovert Laser Read
CLRCorrelated Low-Rank
CLRCluster-Level Routing
CLRComplex Linear Regression
CLRCarbon-Loaded Rubber (smart textile)
CLRComb-Line Resonator
CLRCareer-Limiting Remark
CLRCombined Line & Recording
CLRCasual, Looking & Ready (paid membership swingers' website and forum)
CLRCapabilities and Limitations Report (ATEC)
CLRClosed Loop Recycling
CLRCampaign for Labor Rights (Washington, DC)
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The cleric is believed to have been trained in Bosnia--a UN-protected European haven for Islamic radicals.
He heard the cleric brand disbelievers "filthy", hail the "honourable brothers" of Guantanamo Bay and rail against the "infidel" West.
The determination of whether a cleric is an employee or self-employed for federal income tax purposes is based primarily on fact.
The hook-handed cleric was arrested at the prison in south-east London on Thursday under the Terrorism Act 2000 and taken to Paddington Green police station for questioning on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
The call came after Iraq's top Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, made a dramatic return to Najaf and won agreement from the firebrand cleric and the government to end fighting between his militia and US-Iraqi forces.
Iraqi police sealed off the Old City, preventing cars from entering, and Najaf's police chief, Major General Ghalib alJazaari, said radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's Mahdi Army militia was on its last legs.
The rebels removed their weapons on Friday but top cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani refused to accept the keys, demanding it be evacuated.
One cleric shouts, "Go back, this is chaos, don't fight the Americans.
The 39-year-old father of three is the first Moslem cleric to be prosecuted in this country for more than 100 years.
The Gazette of the Church of England reports that a leaflet with further explanation of the rules will be issued with the marriage application form, and that clerics will get training in how to deal with this matter.
One reason for departing from the norm, it seems, was that Jeanne de Boubais wished to invite a comparison of the likenesses of herself and the cleric (although the two images could not be viewed simultaneously due to their physical arrangement within the diptych).
The cleric who gives the prayer is chosen by a ministerial committee made up of primarily Christian pastors, but also at least two rabbis.