ALICE


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AcronymDefinition
ALICEA Large Ion Collider Experiment (CERN)
ALICEAll-purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment
ALICEArtificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity (natural language artificial intelligence chat robot)
ALICEAmerica Latina Interconectada Con Europa (Spanish: Latin America Interconnected with Europe)
ALICEAutomation Light Interface Control Environment
ALICEAdvanced Large-Scale Integrated Computational Environment
ALICEALIControl Electronics
ALICEA Language for Intelligent Combinatorial Exploration (used by mathematicians to represent logical constructs)
ALICEAlaska Integrated Communication System
ALICEAbbreviation LIfter using Corpus-based Extraction
ALICEAdvanced Link Interface Controller Engine (Tekelec)
ALICEAutomated Logistics Integrated Computer Extracts (US DoD)
ALICEAdiabatic Low-Energy Injection and Confinement Experiment
ALICEAcadema's Lite Internet Client Environment
ALICEAdaptive Line Canceller & Enhancer
References in classic literature ?
For a time he was lonely and wrote to Alice almost every day.
She used the first money she got to buy a loom and became a weaver of carpets, and Alice got a place in Winney's store.
The man is, most manifestly, a disciple of Apollo," cried the amused Alice, "and I take him under my own especial protection.
Think you, Alice, that I would trust those I love by this secret path, did I imagine such need could happen?
Alice Rob- inson rolled a perfectly new slate pencil over the floor with her foot until it reached Rebecca's place, while her seat-mate, Emma Jane, had made up a little mound of paper balls and labeled them "Bullets for you know who.
In another moment down went Alice after it, never once considering how in the world she was to get out again.
Some of these fables are really awful," observed Alice Vane, who had occasionally shuddered, as well as smiled, while her cousin spoke.
Grandfather," said little Alice, laying her head back upon his arm, "I am very tired now.
But it wasn't," said Alice Staverton, as if once more with her fine intentions - "it wasn't only that.
And here John, Lord Greystoke, and Lady Alice, his wife, vanished from the eyes and from the knowledge of men.
The noise of soft voices in conversation, and of merry laughter, fell upon his ears ere he had advanced many paces; and raising his eyes higher than was his humble wont, he descried, at no great distance, the five sisters seated on the grass, with Alice in the centre: all busily plying their customary task of embroidering.
cried Alice, catching up the kitten, and giving it a little kiss to make it understand that it was in disgrace.