ALA


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AcronymDefinition
ALAAmerican Library Association
ALAAlabama (old style postal abbreviation)
ALAAmerican Lung Association
ALAAssociation of Legal Administrators
ALAAmerican Lighting Association
ALAAlpha Lipoic Acid
ALAAssociation for Laboratory Automation
ALAAlpha-Linolenic Acid
ALAAlanine
ALAAminolevulinic Acid
ALAÅland Islands (Finland)
ALAAsia & Latin America
ALAAmerican Logistics Association
ALAAmerican Latvian Association
ALAAssociation of Licensed Architects
ALAAsociación de Líneas Aéreas (Guatemala)
ALAAmoebic Liver Abscess
ALAAssociation for Language Awareness
ALAAgricultural Law Association
ALAAlberta Agriculture
ALAAmerican Laryngological Association
ALAAustralian Lawyers Alliance
ALAApplied Linear Algebra
ALADelta-Amino-Levulinic Acid
ALAAssumption of Liability (Agreement)
ALAAssociazione Liberi Architetti (Italian: Free Architects Association)
ALAAccelerated Learning Academy
ALAAssociation of London Authorities
ALAAutomobile Legal Association
ALAAssociate of the Library Association (UK; chartered definition of the Library Association)
ALAAmalgamated Lithographers of America
ALAAlighting Area (aeronautics)
ALAAlmaty, Kazakhstan - Almaty (Airport Code)
ALAAssociation Luxembourg Alzheimer (Luxemburger Alzheimer-Vereinigung)
ALAAT&T Latin America
ALAAustralian Labradoodle Association
ALAAssociate in Liberal Arts (degree)
ALAAll Letters Answered (classified ads)
ALAAsian Leaders Association
ALAAmérique Latine et Asie (French: Latin America and Asia; European Investment Bank)
ALAAlarm Application
ALAAlachua Leadership Alliance (Florida)
ALAAdditional Listing Application
ALAArmy Logistics Assessment
ALAATM Link Accelerator
ALAAircraft Load Agent
ALAAsociacion Los Algarrobos
ALAArmy Launch Area
ALAAmerican League of Anglers
ALAAcademy of Linguistic Awareness (fictional)
ALAAsynchronous Line Adapter
ALAAliter Lex Ait (Latin: the law says someting different, epigraphy)
ALAAmmunition Loading Assembly
ALAAUTOVON Line Adapter
ALAAddress Latch Attachment
ALAAlternative Location Algorithm
ALAAuthorized Level of Access
ALAAlcatel Leadership Association
ALAAutomatic Level Adjuster
ALAAdvanced Life Administrator (insurance)
ALAAircraft Loading Agent
ALAAnnual Loss Amount
ALAAssociazione Ligure di Artroscopia
ALAAustral Lineas Aereas (Argentinian airline)
ALAAlternative Learning Academy
ALAAbraham Lincoln Association (Springfield, IL)
ALAAcura Loyalty Advantage (automobile rewards program)
ALAAmerican Legion Auxiliary (est. 1919; various locations)
ALAAutorskie Licea Artystyczne (Polish art college)
ALAAfghanistan Lawyers Association
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Statement by Ann Simons, candidate for ALA president.
The mascots of Ala Wai Elementary are the "Menehunes," named for a mythic band of little people who are said to live in the deep forests and hidden valleys of the islands, far from the eyes of normal-sized humans.
After the 1936 ALA cConvention in Richmond, Virginia, where
Jack Hankins, Thomasville High School, Thomasville, Ala.
By the summer of 1950, ALA had also struggled to a consensus on a statement opposing loyalty programs that failed to protect individuals' civil rights.
As Louise Robbins points out in the preceding essay in this Library Trends issue, ALA adopted its first policy statement on intellectual freedom in 1939 and titled it "The Library's Bill of Rights.
It was claimed that all the three advisers are actively involved in Ala's campaign and that Ala has had the [interior] ministry pay for all the expenditures," the report said.
James Beckerman finds this study extremely noteworthy and suggests people include more ALA rich food sources into their diet to promote heart health and potentially lower the risk of fatal cardiac events.
These will include diverse programmes such as in-store promotions, kiosks and video on ALA adventure trips.
First of all, I wanted to comment on the following statements you presented on the conversion of ALA to EPA and DHA omega 3.
All patients with ALA at Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) from January 1990 through December 2005 were identified; some have been previously reported (5).
Until we control marine and locomotive sources of pollution, the people in our port and industrial cities will not breathe cleaner air," said ALA president and CEO John Kirkwood.