At the National Right to Life Convention Prayer Breakfast, Keynote Speaker Fr.
What does NRLC stand for?
NRLC stands for National Right to Life Convention
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We have 9 other meanings of NRLC in our Acronym Attic
- National Review of Live Art (United Kingdom)
- Natural Resources Leadership Association
- Naval Research Laboratory Alliance
- Nebraska Recreational Liability Act
- Network Repair Level Analysis
- New Railway Link through the Alps
- Northeastern Retail Lumber Association
- National Railway Labor Conference
- National Research Laboratory for Conservation of Cultural Property
- National Right to Life Committee (since 1973; Washington, DC)
- Natural Resources Law Center (University of Colorado)
- Niagara Regional Literacy Council (Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada)
- National Rural Letter Carriers Association
- Naval Research Laboratory Chesapeake Bay Detachment
- Northern Regional Load Dispatch Centre (India)
- Nevadans for Responsible Law Enforcement
- Naval Research Laboratory Extreme Ultraviolet Model
- National Religious Leaders Forum (est. 1997; South Africa)
- Northern Regional Library Facility (UC Berkeley)
- Naval Research Lab Federal Credit Union
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Addressing a National Right to Life convention in 2002, the year before he was elevated to the bench, Mr.
These pre-existing groups will also be used to promote pro-life educational events, such as this month's National Teens for Life Summit, state conventions, the National Right to Life Convention, and various youth leadership camps this summer.
When activists from around North America gathered for the 36th annual National Right to Life convention, they knew from pre-convention publicity that the July 35 conclave would inspire, inform, and invigorate them for the battles to come.
And so as not to leave out the adults, the National Right to Life Convention runs in conjunction with the NTL Convention.
The first is a 1987 speech given at the annual National Right to Life Convention in New Orleans.
As always it will run parallel to the National Right to Life Convention (see pages 10, 14, and 15).
Therefore, come to the National Right to Life Convention in Washington, D.