ARAL


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AcronymDefinition
ARALAnnual Review of Applied Linguistics (journal)
ARALAssociation to Repeal Abortion Laws (est. 1968)
ARALAssociazione Regionale Allevatori Lombardia (Italian: Lombardy Regional Breeders Association; Lombardy, Italy)
ARALAromaten/Aliphaten (German Gasoline Company)
ARALAverage Route Acquisition Latency
ARALAbsolute Return Advisors, Ltd. (Vermont)
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It is even probable that a sixth current existed at one time or another in the Northern Indian Ocean, when the Caspian and Aral Seas formed but one vast sheet of water.
An Aral employee takes down a flag from a petrol station in Munich yesterday after the deal by BP to control Germany's biggest fuel retailer
Aral, * Sarah Hawkes, ([dagger]) Ann Biddlecom, [(double dagger]) and Nancy Padian [(section])
Backers also argue that some of the water could go to the dying Aral Sea, which has been strangled by the diversion of most of the flow of the Amudarya and Syrdarya rivers to cotton fields.
It landed just north of the Aral Sea, mission control said.
ICAS Interstate Council for Addressing the Aral Sea
Yasunori Nakayama, assistant professor at Nihon University, to which Nagasawa's group will donate the materials it collects on the trip, said there is an international lack of meteorological data on the areas around the Aral Sea.
The water level in the Aral Sea has been shrinking rapidly as a result of dams that have been built on rivers that feed it.
The Soviet practice of indiscriminately exploiting natural resources to feed its industrial machine had devastating consequences for the Aral Sea region.
Land fertility in the Aral Sea basin, which includes more than 19.
This will improve the situation with the technical safety of such installations, most specifically of the large hydrotechnical constructions of regional importance," said Medet Ospanov, Executive Director for Kazakhstan of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea.
It was earlier reported that the international consortium of Uzbekneftegaz, LUKOIL, Petronas, Korean KNOC and Chinese CNPC was created in 2005, each with 20-per cent shares, to carry out the Aral project.