Despite his terror credentials he later renounced violence and in 1994 declared the Combined Loyalist Military Command ceasefire.
What does CLMC stand for?
CLMC stands for Combined Loyalist Military Command (Northern Ireland)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 10 other meanings of CLMC in our Acronym Attic
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- Clinical Laboratory Management Association
- Collegiate Middle Level Association
- Contact Lens Manufacturers Association
- Clear Lake Metropolitan Ballet (Houston, TX)
- Canadian Laboratory Medicine Congress (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
- Central Laboratory of Mineralogy and Crystallography (Belgium)
- Central Logistics Management Center (NASA)
- Certified Lighting Management Consultant (certification)
- Comunità Laici Missionari Cattolici (Italian)
- Craigslist Missed Connections (online forum)
- Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee, India (Hyderabad, India)
- COMSEC Local Management Device
- Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (project)
- Centre for Leadership and Management in Education (Australia)
- Comparative Literature: Middle East
- Crazy Lord Mutation Engine (computer viruses)
- Center for Language Minority Education and Research
- Canadian Landmine Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
CAPTION(S): A DAY LIKE THIS: The loyalist ceasefire is announced by the Combined Loyalist Military Command 10 years ago
l Oct 13 - Combined Loyalist Military Command announces ceasefire.
In August 1996 Kerr, who was in il at the time, and Billy Wright, leader of the LVF received a death threat from the now defunct Combined Loyalist Military Command.
The Loyalist people of Belfast are up in arms because the Combined Loyalist Military Command isn't prepared to stand by our heritage.
After the funeral in a Free Presbyterian church, a member of the Combined Loyalist Military Command said: "We are targets of deliberate provocation.
The truce announced in October 1994 by the Combined Loyalist Military Command has been under growing pressure since the IRA bombed Canary Wharf in London in February.
The man who announced the Combined Loyalist Military Command ceasefire in 1994 was literally put onto the street before his house was ransacked.