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What does UL stand for?

UL stands for University of Leiden (Netherlands)

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Dr Francesco Ragazzi, of the University of Leiden, will provide an analysis of France and Professor Shelia Gruner, of the University of Algoma in Northern Ontario will provide a Canadian perspective.
Contract award: Software package and information systems European public procurement for Personnel and Salary Information processing system to decrease as service for the University of Leiden.
It is worth mentioning that some of these chairs focus on the studies of the Middle East and the Arab and Islamic Culture in the universities of Tokyo, Beijing, George Town, Melbourne, Oxford and Cambridge, as well as the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, and Al Bayt University in Jordan, College of William and Mary in the USA, in addition to two chairs in the field of information technology that were established in Lahore University and the University of Karachi, as well as two more chairs related to the environmental issues in Dutch University of Utrecht and the Arabian Gulf University in Bahrain while the Sultan Qaboos Chair in the University of Harford is concerned with the international relations.
Eight of His Majesty's Chairs for studies are related to Middle East and Arab and Muslim culture and have been established at Tokyo, Beijing, Georgetown (2), Melbourne, Oxford, Cambridge and the University of Leiden in the Netherlands.
Researchers at the University of Leiden led the study in collaboration with co-authors Stephen Tapscott, Dan Miller of the University of Washington and Rabi Tawil.
Kraemer, formerly with the Netherlands Bible Society in Indonesia, was professor of the history of religions at the University of Leiden when he was commissioned to write a study volume in preparation for the meeting of the International Missionary Council to be held in Tambaram, Madras, in 1938.