ALiSS

AcronymDefinition
ALiSSAfghanistan Life Support Services (US Department of State)
ALiSSAdvanced Lightweight Influence Sweep System (minesweeper)
ALiSSAutomated Life Insurance Sales System (Kirkland, WA)
ALiSSAssociation of Library and Information Science Students (University of Washington; Seattle, WA)
ALiSSArtists and Learning Information and Support Service (England, UK)
ALiSSAffordable Laser Infrared Couner Measures (IRCM) Survivability System
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It was a shock because you think these sorts of things have disappeared from football.Ray Aliss
The goal of the ALISS is to measure "aspects of sustainability that are meaningful to law firms".
"Developing a New Curriculum for Information Literacy: Reflections on Our Arcadia Fellowship Research." ALISS Quarterly 7.2 (2012): 20-22.
Legendary golf commentator Peter Aliss helped Edgbaston Golf Club stage a memorable charity day which raised more than pounds 25,000 for the Help For Heroes campaign.
Granny wants to be remembered as the greatest witch who ever lived, but her secret fear is that she will turn out like Black Aliss. Aliss was a very powerful witch who lived before Granny's time, and performed legendary feats like sending a castle to sleep for a hundred years.
Following daredevil Ron Cunningham, aliss the Great Omani in the last five years of his life
The 1999 Aliss in Wonderland, commissioned jointly by Fort Worth Dallas Ballet, Nashville Ballet, and Oregon Ballet Theatre (where he was briefly resident choreographer), includes such risky special effects as a live video feed that didn't, in the end, work very well, and considerable manipulation of scale.
To that end, Alstom is testing a ground-level static power supply called Aliss and autonomous, onboard power systems to replace overhead electric catenary equipment.
At age 31, the openly gay McIntyre has already created 35 works, including his campy Aliss in Wonderland.
Perhaps, it's my own personal antipathy to all the weight and importance that is lent to the game of golf as evinced by TV commentator Peter Aliss at his most pompous, but it strikes me that this film is a lot about nothing.