SAAL


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SAALSignaling ATM Adaptation Layer (ATMF)
SAALSelf-Advocates as Leaders (Salem, OR)
SAALStatus, Already Allowed (Alcatel)
SAALSouth Australian Athletic League
SAALSingle Address Assembly Language
SAALShip Armament Allowance List
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A new artificial intelligence (AI) framework, saal.
The negotiations between Toomas Saal and Alexander Samodelkin were extremely productive.
Saal said there's been fewer of these projects in the pipeline, "so there really is high demand and low supply, particularly in this low-interest rate environment.
Francis Albarede, a geochemist at Ecole Normale Superieure in Lyon, France, notes that the rocks Saal analyzed are far richer in water and other volatile molecules than other Apollo samples.
But Saal and his team have been chipping away at the assumption of a dehydrated Moon.
Not enough is known about BPA's impact on a developing fetus, vom Saal says, but the growing evidence is frightening.
Myers JP, vom Saal FS, Akingbemi BT, Arizono K, Belcher S, Colborn T, et al.
Abu Saal, who has been living in a tent with his family, is currently making homes out of mud and straw.
Saal cautions that it's unclear if all parts of the moon had similar concentrations of water, or if the beads only indicate the amount of water in a small section represented by the rocks.
Ilka Saal begins her book New Deal Theater with a story about the 1935 Theatre Union production of Bertolt Brecht's The Mother.
Biologist Frederick vom Saal of the University of Missouri, who conducted a recent study on bisphenol A called it "a poster chemical for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
University of Missouri-Columbia researcher Frederick vom Saal, a professor of reproductive biology and neurobiology, is quoted in Missouri Resources (Winter 2008, p.