RTL

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RTLRegister Transfer Level (VHDL)
RTLRegister Transfer Level
RTLRetail (hardware or software release in its final version, as opposed to beta)
RTLRight to Left
RTLReady to Launch (various companies)
RTLRight To Life (political party, NY)
RTLRun Time Library
RTLResponding to Life
RTLrectal
RTLRantoul (Amtrak station code; Rantoul, IL)
RTLReady To Learn (PBS)
RTLRide The Lightning (Metallica)
RTLReal Time Linux
RTLRound Trip Latency
RTLRaster Transfer Language
RTLReal Time Localization
RTLRealtek Lan
RTLReliance Telecom Ltd (India)
RTLRedwood Toxicology Laboratory (drug testing facility; Santa Rosa, CA)
RTLRegister Transfer Language
RTLResistor Transistor Logic
RTLRe-education Through Labour (China)
RTLRéseau de Transport de Longueuil
RTLRegional Team Leader
RTLRadio Télévision Luxembourg (Luxembourg Television and Radio)
RTLRadio Timor Leste (East Timor)
RTLReal Time Logic
RTLRegister Transfer Logic (semiconductors)
RTLRuntime Language
RTLReconstituted Tobacco Leaf (blend construction)
RTLReady to Load
RTLResolution Team Leader
RTLReduced Tillage Linkages
RTLRide the Lobster (unicycling race)
RTLRated Tensile Load (suspension insulators)
RTLRegister Transfer List
RTLRestricted Target List
RTLRadial Transmission Line
RTLRoutine Test Load (suspension insulators)
RTLRadio Telex Letter
RTLRadiating Transmission Line
RTLRegimental Training Line
RTLResearch & Technology Laboratories (AVRADCOM)
RTLRolling Target List
RTLRefrigerated Transmission Line
RTLRadio Team Leader
RTLReinforced Tile Lintel
RTLResponsible Task Leader
RTLRegeneration Thermo-Luminescence
RTLRate Tracking Loop
RTLRecovery Technical Limit
RTLResource Tie Line
RTLRadiative Transfer Laboratory (University of Kentucky; Lexington, KY)
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The right to life is one of the fundamental rights of the human being.
Thus, a ballot box snatcher is exposing his life to risk because by paragraph 2 above, a security agent is under a duty to prevent snatching of the ballot box and in the process of making an arrest, the offender may be killed without violating his right to life. This is in view of the fact that one cannot expect a security agent to stand still while electoral offences are being committed.
Tuition for the program is $3600 and includes the cost of the program itself, housing in downtown Washington, DC, and registration/lodging at the National Right to Life Convention in Charleston, SC.
The Commission urges the government to ensure protection of the right to life and all other human rights, in light with its obligation to its people to uphold human dignity.
Texas Right to Life's PAC did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
As a by-product of understanding and accepting that one's right to life creates the right of self-defense, as long as deadly victimizers exist, laws safeguarding "shall not be infringed" shall be required.
O'Steen, the National Right to Life leader, acknowledged the polling results in a written analysis of the 2012 election.
"The right to life as a supreme value" is approached from the perspective of legal values in the field of law in general and the right to life in particular, and is motivated for this study by identifying principles in the field, set from documents with symbolic value to current European and universal standards, and those established by the Romanian Constitution, republished in 2003.
For more information about Georgia Right to Life, visit www.grtl.org.
Typically, they begin with the very strong claim that we have a right to life, or a right not to be killed.
Commenting on the JAMA review (as cited on the National Right to Life website nrlc.org), Ranalli points out that neonatal intensive care units are filled with infants born prematurely who are bravely struggling.
And, in a 1984 referendum, Ireland voted in favour of a constitutional amendment expressly recognising the right to life of the unborn child and equal right of the mother.