ABLT

AcronymDefinition
ABLTAsset-Based Long-Term Care Coverage (insurance)
ABLTAdvanced Barcode & Label Technologies (Scottdale, GA)
ABLTAsymmetric Boundary Layer Transition (aviation)
ABLTAvocado, Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato
ABLTAndrus Boudreaux Lemoine Tonore (law office; Lafayette, LA)
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Since print and nonprint materials on a subject of interest are arranged by Dewey classification together on the same shelf, students were ablt to select a book, videocassette, audiocassette, computer software, filmstrip, recording, etc.
The ideal of the times was the "Renaissance man," who was ablt to perform equally well on horseback in battles, when singing a love song, and when dancing at a ball.
Returning to Figure 1, if the public is ablt to mobilize its resources to change existing entitlements to water, the public will have gained power and agriculture liability.
"Without that funding, we would not have been ablt to proceed," admitted Dewar.
Perhaps as a comprehensive system of community-based family supports including respite becomes the rule rather than the exception, parents will be ablt to look to the future of their child with a little more security.
The offshore petroleum discharge system pumps fuel from a tanker to the high-water mark of the coast, where it joins with the amphibious bulk liquid transfer system (ABLTS).
The ABLTS serves as a "traffic cop" for inbound fuel by directing it to a variety of destinations that include on-ground storage tanks and bags for bulk storage.