ALASS

AcronymDefinition
ALASSAssociation Latine pour l'Analyse des Systèmes de Santé
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Yet the problem of diversifying the professoriate is becoming ever more urgent, Armando Bengochea said at an ALASS panel on future directions for Latino faculty, particularly in light of the ongoing adjunctification of the professoriate.
In its annual Examples of Excelencia awards prior to the ALASS workshop, Excelencia recognized Cal State Fullerton's Enhancing Postbaccalaureate Opportunities at CSUF for Hispanic Students (EPOCHS) program as having particular success with bringing more Latinos into graduate studies programs.
These indicators show optimal life conditions of all invertebrate inhabitants of alass soils of low zone including earthworms.
"Alass, my Lydia!" she wrote when her friend's mother died.
Further, and as if released from the unconscious by the extremity of the preceding sentiment, the 'Song' concludes with the startling, if poignant, wish that nature had made an all-female Arcadia (perhaps like that on the Isle of Lesbos?): 'Alass, would it might bee|weomen could live & lie with one another!' (p.
I have taken great pains to Oblige the Gentlemen at Calcutta by sending them plays Scenes & other little service - in return they have sent me Madeira and poor Rachel this unfortunate Chintz - She has had it 4 years, & upon making some Alteration in our little place at Hampton, she intended shewg away with her prohibited present- she had prepar'd paper, Chairs &c for this favourite token of East indian Gratitude- but alass, as all human felicity is frail No care having been taken on my wife's part, & some treachery being exerted against her, it was seiz'd the very bed-- By The coarse hands of filthy Dungeon Villans And thrown amongst ye [begin strikethrough]Common[end strikethrough] smuggled lumber.
Yes she has one I must averr When all the world conspires to praise her Alass she is deaf and does not hear.(25)