Definition of 'CND'
Example sentences containing 'CND'
The lawyer's waiting-room was little and dark, with magazines on the table about battered wives and CND.THE LEGEND OF CAPTAIN SPACE
Sam Quimby was a mildly distinguished ex-MP of impeccably CND, anti-American and anti-Common Market credentials.POLITICAL SUICIDE
`It would really be most dangerous if the anti-Americanism fostered by CND and organizations of that sort were to get any encouragement.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE
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