ALMA


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ALMAAstrid Lindgren Memorial Award (literary award; Sweden)
ALMAAtacama Large Millimeter Array
ALMAAssociation of Laboratory Managers
ALMAArchitecture Level Modifiability Analysis (computer architecture)
ALMAAmerican Latino Media Arts awards
ALMAAdoptees Liberty Movement Association
ALMAAdult Literacy Media Alliance
ALMAAnalytical Laboratory Managers Association
ALMAAustralian Lesbian Medical Association (est. 1999)
ALMAAmerican Lebanese Medical Association
ALMAAssociation of Lutheran Mission Agencies
ALMAAlberta Livestock and Meat Agency (Canada)
ALMAAmerican Latin Music Association
ALMAAlberta Municipal Affairs
ALMAAssistance for Land-surface Modelling Activities
ALMAA Logical Modernization Approach (US State Department)
ALMAAlcatel Management
ALMAArabic Language Multilingual Application
ALMAAdvanced Laminated Material Applications, Inc.
ALMAAmerica Latina Misiones Al-Mundo (Houston, TX)
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Further adding to the woes of Alma was Leo's homosexuality which he concealed from her.
In 1995 it created the ALMAs as a way to promote fair, accurate and balanced portrayals of Latinos in the entertainment industry.
The ALMA observation of Ser-emb 8 was in stark contrast to the usual hourglass-shaped magnetic field seen around young protostars, a classic sign of a strong magnetic field.
Alma House "We are able to sell it as a whole or as individual plots as a redevelopment opportunity.
The subject of Svetlana Toivakka's doctoral thesis is one of Finland's most successful international singers, the coloratura soprano Alma Fohstrom (1856-1936).
Alma Media therefore is proceeding with the exchange offer to Talentum's shareholders and option right holders.
The opening of the new office in India, will allow Alma to better serve existing and future customers.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Astronomers captured the best image ever of planet formation around an infant star as part of the testing and verification process for the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array's (ALMA) new high-resolution capabilities.