ABSL


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AcronymDefinition
ABSLAl-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language
ABSLAnimal Biosafety Levels
ABSLAmundsen-Bellingshausen Seas Low (climatology)
ABSLAssistant Beaver Scout Leader (UK scouting)
ABSLAmbient background sound level
ABSLAEA Battery Systems, Ltd. (UK)
ABSLArlington Bolivian Soccer League (Arlington, VA)
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ABSL's Erol Mujanovic stated that the consultations were excellent, both in terms of response and quality presence, above all of the companies, as well as in the discussion and importance of the topics covered.
The ABSL Diamonds Awards are national awards recognising excellence and innovation in Poland's business services sector.
Laboratuvarlarda parazitlerin hangi enfektif formlari ile calisildiginin listelenmesi, buna uygun ekipman temin edilmesi, en az BGD II veya ABSL II duzeyinde bir laboratuvar yapisi gereklidir.
Boer goats were obtained from a private vendor and housed in the Colorado State University Animal Disease ABSL 3 Laboratory.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade say ABSL are listed as subcontractors to provide "emergency battery back-up" for a British drone called Watchkeeper WK450.
UK-based ABSL provides lithium-ion cells and batteries for the defence and aerospace sectors in Europe and the US.
Duncan Hardiman, health and safety manager at ABSL, said: "We have been lucky that we have bypassed some of the regulations, but they will still have an impact on us: He said that the detail with regard to recycling rates of batteries was not clear and that it would be difficult to create a labelling system.
The unmanned spacecraft, due to blast off next year, will be the latest to run on the lithiumion cells pioneered by Thurso's ABSL.
(37) ECJ, 18 January 1979, C-110/78, Ministere public and Chambre syndicale des agents artistiques et impresarii de Belgique ABSL v.
The Al-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language (ABSL), which serves as an alternative language of a community of about 3,500 deaf and hearing people, has developed a distinct grammatical structure early in its evolution, researchers report, and the structure favors a particular word order: verbs after objects.
"Lessons in Service-Learning: Dilemma of Guilt, Lesson in Reciprocity" (Cebulski, chapter 8) provides the kind of sophisticated testimonial that reflects well upon the questions and challenges posed by Hare, Ver Beek, and the Academically-Based Service-Learning (ABSL) staff.