ALASA

AcronymDefinition
ALASAAlternative Learning Academy for Student Achievement (New York; est. 2003)
ALASAAfican Languages Association of Southern Africa (Pretoria, South Africa)
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forward bases likely would need very large inventories of base-repair kits and ALASA ordnance with micro-satellite payloads pre-positioned and sufficient to execute two full base repairs or ALASA salvos, plus strategic reserves at mainland facilities for an additional four full base repairs and four ALASA salvos.
The Alasa will operate the Limassol-Haifa-Piraeus route, with both vessels calling on Limassol twice a week.
ALASA offers more mobility for launch sites because an F-15 can takeoff and land wherever there is a runway, said Roesler.
XS-1 would complement a current DARPA program already researching satellite launch systems that aim to be faster, more convenient and more affordable: Airborne Launch Assist Space Access (ALASA).
(30 May) The Preventive Security Services in Bethlehem summoned Radio Bethlehem 2000's Suhaib Alasa for an investigation on Wednesday 30/5/2012.
CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES Table 3: Sales and Products SYSTEM MOST PROFIT Metals Garments Agriculture RECENT OR LOSS ANNUAL STATUS SALES(in millions) ALABAMA $15.2 Profit X X ALASA No response ARIZONA $32 Profit X X X ARKANSAS $7 Profit X X CALIFORNIA NO response COLORADO $64 Profit X X X CONNECTICUT $7.9 Profit X X DELAWARE $2.4 Loss X X FLORIDA $74.9 Profit X X X GEORGIA $24.5 Loss X X X HAWALL $6 Profit X IDAHO Unknown Profit X ILLINOIS NO response INDIANA $35.8 Loss X X IOWA No response KANSAS $10.6 Profit X X X KENTUCKY $9.7 Profit X X X LOUISIANA S32.8 Profit X X X MAINE $1.8.
He has presented a number of papers on African Literature, and is a member of Southern African Folklore Society (SAFOS) and African Languages Association of Southern Africa (ALASA).
(32.) I have taken alasa here as a piece of slang or intentional word-play.
The two conferences were the joint conference of the Linguistics Society of Southern Africa (LSSA), South African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA) and South African Association for Language Teaching (SAALT), held on the Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University, and the 14th International Conference of the African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA), held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth.
(417) Presently, "many countries [in Africa] lack the policy and regulatory frameworks for private-sector growth," as well as the "capacity to implement programs." (418) According to Cohen and Alasa, key obstacles to foreign investment fall into three main categories: legal regimes and regulatory certainty, (419) lack of property rights, (420) and political instability and corruption.
Hughes - Alasa and Houston Hughes of Springfield, a daughter.
This involved a historically-accurate reconstruction of methods used to create roasted malt in the Alasa of the early 1900s.