While violent attacks and hate crimes directed at day laborers have gained notoriety for Farmingville, local officials mounted a systematic effort to evict Latino immigrants from their homes based on technical violations of housing codes.
What does OL stand for?
OL stands for Local Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 35 other meanings of OL in our Acronym Attic
- Ober-Kommando der Wehrmacht (WWII German)
- Old Key West (Disney Resort)
- Old King William's (College alumni)
- One Kill Wonder
- Oklahoma Wing (Civil Air Patrol)
- Upton, New York (National Weather Service)
- Obywatelska Koalicja Zielonych (Polish: Civic Greens Coalition)
- Omega Kappa Zeta (fraternity)
- Onion Kidz (counter-strike team)
- Outkastz (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
- O'Fallon Library (O'Fallon, IL)
- Oberleitung (German catenary)
- Objective Lens
- Oc'ulus Lae'vus (Left Eye)
- Off Limits
- Off List (subject line of offlist posts to mailing lists)
- Offensive Linebacker (football)
- Offensive Lineman (football)
- Offer Letter (human resources)
- Office Lady (English term used in everyday Japanese for working unmarried young lady)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NLC is encouraging local officials to contact their members of Congress and urge them to vote against this bill.
Middle-aged Kharl, the best cooper (barrel maker) in Brysta, stops two men from molesting his neighbor's daughter, not knowing that one is the son of a local official.
Wal-Mart wants to open 40 supercenters in the Golden State, but many local officials worry that the retail giant's grocery prices are too low.
She divides the writers into three groups based on their motives: "petitioners," who sought legal redress of specific grievances; "plaintiffs," who "saw themselves as powerless victims of local officials and were appealing to powerful people 'up there' to right their wrongs"; and "politicians," those who used denunciations to oust rural incumbents (p.