ALE


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AcronymDefinition
ALEAutomatic Link Establishment
ALEApplication Link Enabling
ALEAtomic Layer Epitaxy
ALEAlewife (FAO fish species code)
ALEAgence Locale pour l'Emploi (Belgium)
ALEAddress Latch Enable
ALEAgence Locale de l'Energie (French: Local Energy Agency)
ALEAlcohol Law Enforcement
ALEAtlanta Linux Enthusiasts
ALEAlliance Libre Européenne (French: European Free Alliance)
ALEAdditional Living Expense (insurance)
ALEApplication Level Event
ALEAssociation Liégeoise d'Electricité (French: Liege Electricity Association; Liege, Belgium)
ALEAttribute-Logic Engine
ALEAnnual Loss Expectancy
ALEArid Lands Ecology Reserve
ALEAdvanced Learning Environment
ALEApplication Launching and Embedding (Citrix technology to present data to users)
ALEAdaptive Line Enhancement (technique)
ALEAddress Lifetime Expectation (IETF)
ALEArctic Learning Environment
ALEApple Lossless Encoding
ALEApplication Linking and Embedding
ALEArbitrary Langrangian-Eulerian (code)
ALEAlarm Enable
ALEAutomated Link Establishment
ALEAlpine, TX, USA - Alpine Texas (Airport Code)
ALEairlift liaison element (US DoD)
ALEArmy Liaison Element (US Army)
ALEAir Launched Expendable
ALEAirport Lighting Equipment
ALEAtmospheric Lifetimes Experiment
ALEAIRES Lifecycle Extension
ALEAutomatic Live Encoding
ALEAgencia Laín Entralgo (Madrid, Spain)
ALEAmmunition Lethality Enhancement
ALEApprovals Liaison Engineer
ALEAtmospheric Luminosity Experiment
ALEArizona LAN Enthusiasts
ALEAutomatic Link Equipment
ALEActive Launching and Embedding (Citrix Systems)
ALEApplied Learning Experience
ALEATM Link Enhancer
ALEAlways Leave Early (sports)
ALEAccount Level Equivalence (computer security)
ALEAirport Landing Equipment
ALEAutomated Logistics Environment (US DoD)
ALEAlternative Learning Experience
ALEAjax Linking & Embedding (software)
ALEAuditors' Local Evaluation (UK)
ALEAutomatic Link Exchange (software)
ALEAncestry Library Edition (genealogical database)
ALEAlleanza Libera Europea (Italian: Italian Free Alliance)
References in classic literature ?
Fifteen there were in all, making themselves merry with feasting and drinking as they sat around a huge pasty, to which each man helped himself, thrusting his hands into the pie, and washing down that which they ate with great horns of ale which they drew all foaming from a barrel that stood nigh.
Now," quoth he, "my bow and eke mine arrows are as good as shine; and moreover, I go to the shooting match at Nottingham Town, which same has been proclaimed by our good Sheriff of Nottinghamshire; there I will shoot with other stout yeomen, for a prize has been offered of a fine butt of ale.
I, poor simple fool, gave him the ale and all that he craved, leaving him alone too, because he said that a man's mind must be left untroubled when he had great work to do.
Dame Eliza looked doubtfully at him, as though fearing some other stratagem, but, as he made no demand for ale, she finally brought the paints, and watched him as he smeared on his background, talking the while about the folk round the fire.
The doctor, who was universally considered one of the best-tempered creatures on earth, made this demand in such a dreadful tone of anger, that Giles and Brittles, who were considerably muddled by ale and excitement, stared at each other in a state of stupefaction.
If you should go near Barnard Castle, there is good ale at the King's Head.
Weller, shaking up the ale, by describing small circles with the pot, preparatory to drinking.
At length the dish was lifted on the table, and mugs of ale having been previously set round, little Nell ventured to say grace, and supper began.
Poyser's attention was here diverted by the appearance of Molly, carrying a large jug, two small mugs, and four drinking- cans, all full of ale or small beer--an interesting example of the prehensile power possessed by the human hand.
I wish, mine host," quoth he gravely to Robin, who had soberly drunk but one cup of ale, "that you would now call a reckoning.
I thought,' continued he, 'I'd just look in upon you as I passed, and taste your home-brewed ale.
Oswald, broach the oldest wine-cask; place the best mead, the mightiest ale, the richest morat, the most sparkling cider, the most odoriferous pigments, upon the board; fill the largest horns* Templars and Abbots