He assured his resolve regarding effective implementation of the policy through capacity enhancement of the provincial environment departments to shoulder their additional responsibility after the Eighteenth Amendment.
What does 18A stand for?
18A stands for Eighteenth Amendment
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- Military and Government
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- Group Assemblies (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Rioting (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Unlawful Assembly (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Crimes against Personal Privacy (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Harassment (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Participation and Association Offences (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Participates in Criminal Group (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Murder/Death/Kill (gaming clan)
- Police radio code for murder
- 18 Above (Canadian movie rating)
- Octodecimo (book paper size)
- Robbery Not in Progress - person (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
- [not an acronym] Emergency Services Phone Number (Thailand)
- Nineteenth Amendment
- First Amendment
- First Assistant Engineer
- 1st Airborne Division (World War II)
- First Army Division East (US Army)
- 1st Air Force (US DoD)
- Air Mechanic 1st Class (Royal Flying Corps; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Eighteenth Amendment In the immediate aftermath of the NRO Case, the PPP-led government appeared to be in a state of chaos, amidst rumors of imminent military intervention.
Public Accounts Committee has asked the 14 defying departments to allow audit by AGPR as eighteenth amendment has empowered the AGPR to conduct audit of all departments running under Government or drawing funds from it.
The cabinet has been dissolved under the Eighteenth Amendment that abolishes concurrent legislative list from the Constitution and trims down the size of the cabinet.
As late as 1930, just three years before repeal, Morris Sheppard confidently asserted, "There is as much chance of repealing the Eighteenth Amendment as there is for a hummingbird to fly to the planet Mars with the Washington Monument tied to its tail.
1933: END OF PROHIBITION BRINGS SPIKE IN RETAIL RENTS The repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment, which banned the sale and manufacture of alcohol in the United States, boosted rent prices in Manhattan 77 years ago this month, as restaurants and liquor stores rushed to open new locations.
Justice Chaudhry said this while heading a 17-member larger bench hearing constitutional petitions filed against Eighteenth Amendment in the Constitution.
Lerner traces these developments in considerable detail, all of it supporting his observation that, far from uniting New Yorkers in a common reform cause, the Eighteenth Amendment instead "had polarized New York between irreconcilable dry and wet camps, one bent on enforcing Prohibition at any cost and the other set on rebelling against it" (page 59).