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  • The National Lacrosse League, a lacrosse league in the US.


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  • Fishing boats from both sides frequently drift over the Northern Limit Line NLL, which is hard to pinpoint without sophisticated equipment.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • "Pyongyang wants to stress the need for a peace treaty with provocations around the NLL, which is a product of the armistice," commented Yang Mu-jin, a professor at Kyungnam University. : Total

  • The NLL was the scene of fatal naval clashes in 1999 and 2002.

    Army Rumour Service

  • We've always pronounced that the NLL is a league where franchises entering the league can get good real quick and you have a legitimate chance to win it.

    Edmonton Sun

  • The NLL is the de-facto sea border between the two Koreas, where a military clash claimed the lives of several South Korean sailors in 2002 and skirmishes remain a constant danger. : Total

  • With the fast-pace ball movement, the NLL is a must-see in HD, and nine Rock games are available on the deuce this season.

    Ottawa Sun

  • "The NLL is the one I really want and the one that matters most," Zywicki said. Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • Nonetheless, players in the NLL make, on average, slightly less than $20,000.

    Lacrosse Muscles Up

  • The NLL, he says, has done a "phenomenal job" over the past 25 years of promoting the game.

    Professional Lacrosse Is Coming—Or Is it?

  • While the 'long fuse 'of North/South Korean tension has been rising since the cessation of hostilities, the actions along the NLL in the Western Ocean are escalating in frequency and seriousness.

    The Korean Maritime Crisis Goes Suicidal: Damn the Torpedos?


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