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abbreviation for

(in Britain)
  1. Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Example Sentences Including 'CND'

"Ticket proceeds will go to the Stop The War Coalition and CND Visit NME.
NME (New Musical Express) (2003)
He argued for unilateral nuclear disarmament and was a member of CND from its foundation.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
Indeed, Tolkien's views on nuclear weapons would not have been at all out of place at any CND or Ban the Bomb meeting or protest march.
David Day Tolkien's Ring
Sam Quimby was a mildly distinguished ex-MP of impeccably CND , anti-American and anti-Common Market credentials.
Barnard, Robert Political Suicide
TOMORROW: March in London organised by Stop the War Coalition, the Muslim Association of Britain and CND.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
The lawyer's waiting-room was little and dark, with magazines on the table about battered wives and CND.
Harvey, John The Legend of Captain Space
`It would really be most dangerous if the anti-Americanism fostered by CND and organizations of that sort were to get any encouragement.
Brandon, Ruth Left, Right and Centre
ca for $269.99 CND , but Tiger Direct doesn't offer the free trial.
canada.com (2005)


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