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What does AD stand for?

AD stands for Approved Document (UK)

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Khazayee, whose country holds the rotating presidency of the Non-Aligned Movement, expressed NAM's concern about the defense doctrine of the countries which possess nuclear weapons and a May approved document of the NATO which describes using nuclear weapons as logical, and proposed the UN to hold a high-level conference rapidly to study ways of dismantling all nuclear weapons in the world.
Extending its existing Pyroshield range of flame retardant coatings, Dulux Trade has unveiled a new water-based, highly scuff and stain resistant finish, which is designed to upgrade surface fire classification from Class 3 to Class O of Approved Document B to the Building Regulations, as measured by British Standard BS 476-10:2009.
The approved documents include revaluation of assets and liabilities of the stock exchanges, plans for the segregation of commercial and regulatory functions and memorandums and articles of association of the exchanges.
Tariq Hilal Lootah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of State for Federal National Council, Member of the National Election Committee and Chairman of the Election Management Committee, said as per the NEC's defined rules and approved documents for appeal for every member in the NEC, it was allowed to produce appeal application against the candidacy of any candidate registered in the preliminary list of FNC elections.
With respect to what the school teaches on the issue of same-sex relationships, the school's curriculum faithfully adheres to the Ontario Bishops' approved document "Pastoral Guidelines to Assist the Students of Same-Sex Orientation" The article incorrectly identifies the principal of Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic High School as being in the "Rainbow Project Photo" The principal is not in the photo.