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AcronymDefinition
ISOLIsolation
ISOLIsolated (weather forecast)
ISOLIsotope Separator on Line
ISOLIn Situ Oligo Ligation
ISOLIllegitimate Sons of Liberty (band)
ISOLInformation Systems and Organisational Learning (Waterford Institute of Technology; Waterford, Ireland)
ISOLIntegrated Services Over Low-Speed Serial Links
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So high has been the death-rate among these isolated companies that at a recent conven- tion of telephone agents, the chairman's gavel was made of thirty-five pieces of wood, taken from thirty-five switchboards of thirty-five extinct companies.
Thus talking they reached the foot of a high mountain which stood like an isolated peak among the others that surrounded it.
They still dream of experimental realisation of their social Utopias, of founding isolated "phalansteres," of establishing "Home Colonies," of setting up a "Little Icaria" -- duodecimo editions of the New Jerusalem -- and to realise all these castles in the air, they are compelled to appeal to the feelings and purses of the bourgeois.
Half a Martian year, about three hundred and forty-four of our days, each of these men spend alone in this huge, isolated plant.
In former years they had marched rough shod over enormous areas, taking toll by brute force even when kindliness or diplomacy would have accomplished more; but now they were in bad straits--so bad that they had shown their true colors scarce twice in a year and then only when they came upon an isolated village, weak in numbers and poor in courage.
It was pitch dark; here and there a white gate or a white stone in the wall guided them for a short space across the night; but for the most part it was at a foot pace, and almost groping, that they picked their way through that resonant blackness to their solemn and isolated destination.
But there was no isolated bush, nor modest brushwood, at the bottom of lofty trees.
Patches of bush and isolated trees here and there smoked and glowed still, and the houses towards Woking station were sending up spires of flame into the stillness of the evening air.
Nevertheless, isolated as he was, we must say that the Duke of Buckingham did not experience an instant of fear.
Their intense happiness isolated them from all the rest of the world, and they only spoke in broken words, which are the tokens of a joy so extreme that they seem rather the expression of sorrow.
They met in yards, behind walls or under isolated trees.
Behind the lines these two were acting a little isolated scene.