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NLTNot Later Than
NLTNew Living Translation (of the Bible)
NLTNorthern Light Technologies (various locations)
NLTNo Later Than
NLTNail-Laminated Timber (construction method)
NLTNot Less Than
NLTNucleus Load Table
NLTNight Letter (US Navy)
NLTNon-Linear Transformation
NLTNational Leadership Team
NLTNew Leader Training (various organizations)
NLTNonLethal Technologies, Inc.
NLTNokia Life Tools (software)
NLTNo Lost Time
NLTNo Left Turn
NLTNo Longer Together (band)
NLTNon-Linear Transistor
NLTNon Life Threatening
NLTNorth Luzon Tollway (Philippines)
NLTNavy Liaison Team
NLTNo Load Test
NLTNATO Liaison Team
NLTNational League of Translators (Moscow, Russia)
NLTNo Lunch Today (record of diet)
NLTNonluminal Thrombosis Rate
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Carr, but discussions and questions about the Moonless Night Letter continue, which we'll explore.
(16) The author received and read copies of these night letters. Also see personal interviews, tribal elders in Panjwayi, Kandahar, Afghanistan, 2010.
The night letters form part of a campaign of intimidation and violence that appears to be steadily escalating, although the commander of US forces in the area, Colonel Pete Johnson, dismisses suggestions of a renewed Taliban offensive.
Local staff of international organisations are intimidated by "night letters" - threatening tracts pinned to their doors under cover of darkness.
He sent some 600 night letters to various military groups across Canada, telling them to report to Valcartier, a tract of bush some 22 miles from Quebec City where nothing existed.
Several girls' schools have been attacked or burned down by terrorists and some villages have received "night letters" that threaten any family who sends their daughters to school.
For several weeks now, pro-Taliban groups have distributed "night letters" in the bazaars of certain border cities, calling on Muslims to unite against American forces in Afghanistan "just like the mujahedeen fought against the Russians." Some Afghans appear to be taking these letters seriously.
Last night letters were sent to all guests urging them to be vigilant.
Last night letters were sent to workers informing them of the restructuring of the group in advance of the 'agreed sale deadline' to the venture capitalists Alchemy.
Night Letters is a collection of 20 letters written in a hotel room in Venice by a man, identified only as R., who's been diagnosed with a terminal illness, probably AIDS.
In Faryab "night letters" or notices warning voters to stay away from polling booths was delivered in mosques, said Sufi Abdul Rasool, a resident of the province's Almar district.
"The Taliban have warned us through night letters to change the present government system, ban women from getting education and doing government jobs and give them (Taliban) freedom to perform their activities", said Adib.