ALSU

AcronymDefinition
ALSUArithmetic Logic Shift Unit (computer processor part)
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Alliance Laundry has its own training programme (Alliance Laundry Systems University (ALSU)
(6) These recent works include Mark Bassin, Christopher Ely, and Melissa Stockdale, eds., Space, Place, and Power in Modern Russia: Essays in the New Spatial History (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2010); Viktor Berdinskikh, Uezdnye istoriki: Russkaiaprovintsial "naia istoriografiia (Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2003); Alsu Biktasheva, Kazanskie gubernatory v dialogakh vlastei, pervaia polovina XIX veka (Kazan: Ekspress-Format, 2008); Lutz Hafner, Gesellschaft als lokale Veranstaltung: Die Wolgastadte Kazan 'und Saratov (1870-1914) (Cologne: Bohlau, 2004); Guido Hausmann, Mutterchen Wolga: Ein Fluss als Erinnerungsort vom 16.
A growing body of evidence alsu suggests that stress may reactivate herpesviruses, possibly reigniting infectious disease, the two researchers, say.
Utilizing the Kyrgyz and Kazakh archives, Alsu Tagirova examines the migration of the Uighurs from China to the former Soviet Union.
The first place was taken by the Tatar delicacy chak-chak and homemade noodles prepared by Alsu Yusupova, the second place went to sweet pilaf and cake with the curd by Tadjiba Babayeva, while Razza Alieva's peremyachi (pie) ranked third.
Other British-trained challengers for the race, which is restricted to horses who were catalogued for the Goffs Challenge Sale in October, include Nerys Dutfield's Spirit Of Chester, who finished second in the Listed Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot, and previous winners Alsu, trained by Andrew Balding, and the Mick Channon-trained Tournedos.