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CND

On drawings, abbr. for conduit.
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In 2008 Spain's Minister of Culture announced that he would not renew Duato's contract in 2010 and that directorship of CND and other cultural institutions in Spain would be awarded through an open application process.
She added: 'The overwhelming result was that clearly CND does not believe that military action is the way to bring about nuclear disarmament.
I thought it quite disgraceful that although the conference is very much about CND, which has been very prominent in Wales for a good many years, it seems that CND Cymru was not invited to participate.
The two choirs, some 25 strong, sang peace songs and distributed CND leaflets outside the market.
The event is sponsored by CND, the T&GWU, Liverpool TUC, Green Party and Liverpool Friends of Palestine, among others.
After 1945, he campaigned against nuclear weapons, and against the death penalty which led directly to the setting up of CND and to Britain's abolition of the death penalty in 1965.
A survey of 1,000 adults for CND revealed that almost two out of three are against a new generation of nuclear missiles.
It began in 1992 as a dream whose goal was to fill a void," commented CND director Michel Sala in his bright white office overlooking the Ourcq Canal.
Among those arrested yesterday at the home of Britain's Trident fleet were Scottish Socialist Party leader Tommy Sheridan and the chair of CND, Carol Naughton.
CND have cheekily requested beds for hundreds of travelling activists who want to bring the Faslane base on the Clyde to its knees.
In a fax to Scottish CND, the actor said he "very much regretted" not being able to attend the demonstration, but expressed his solidarity with the blockade.
Janet Bloomfield, chairwoman of CND, claims that 10 radioactive materials were used in the tests.