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POL

On drawings, abbr. for polish.
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Government forces and Khmer Rouge defectors were moving towards an area on the Dongrek escarpment, which forms Cambodia's northern border with Thailand, where Pol Pot and the remnants of the rebel group were believed to be, commanders in Anlong Vengsaid .
Supreme Patriarch Maha Ghosananda, who lost his entire family during the Pol Pot regime, exemplifies the Buddhist path in contemporary Cambodia.
Chandler tries to address this contradiction without allowing moral indignation about the misrule and its consequences for the Cambodian population under Pol Pot's leadership to cloud his judgement.
When JCAHO performs an NA, it is not necessary for the survey team to look at every POL within the Network.
COLA is a non-profit, federally approved educational and accreditation organization for POLs.
CLIA, effective September 1, 1992, for the first time will apply federal quality standards to clinical laboratory services furnished in POLs.
At Zone 87, Pol Pot expounds a well-planned strategy of guerrilla warfare aimed at wresting political control of the countryside from an increasingly corrupt and divided administration.
Accusing government, they said that since long ruling government has not taken any steps to curb miseries of the people while has given a big blow on the poor people with a gift of increase in POL prices on eve of New Year.
The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in deliberations with the Ministry of Railways has organized the transportation of POL products through RORO (Roll On Roll Off), wherein the trucks carrying bulk products and LPG cylinders are loaded on open railway wagons for fuel movement.
Meanwhile Sar moved up the ranks to become the leader of the resistance, changed his name to Pol Pot, and solidified the Khmer Rouge ideology.
Despite few changes to living conditions in the final Khmer Rouge stronghold Anlong Veng, soldiers who were loyal to Pol Pot and his military chief Ta Mok now support Premier Hun Sen's Cambodian People's Party (CPP) in the July 27 national election.