AMLA


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AcronymDefinition
AMLAAnti-Money Laundering Act
AMLAAlliance for a Media Literate America (now National Association for Media Literacy Education)
AMLAAdministration of Muslim Law Act (Singapore)
AMLAAssociation of Multiple Listing Agents
AMLAAlabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association (est. 1964; Winston County, AL)
AMLAAnti-Money Laundering Awareness
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Amla was South Africa Test captain between 2014 and 2016, the team's first permanent non-white captain.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) took Twitter to laud their "very own" Amla, saying, "The Proteas very own @amlahash is in amongst some distinguished names in the game."
Amla and Reeza Hendricks (45) put on 82 off 105 balls for the first wicket before Van der Dussen made a slow start in his first one-day international, taking ten balls to score his first run.
'It was a tough wicket,' Amla told SuperSport television as he left the field at the end of the innings.
While Amla was largely watchful and patient, De Kock batted fluently in reaching his fifty off 49 balls.
For Mili, it's an amla, or Indian gooseberry, that triggers her series of recollections of growing up in India, much like Marcel Proust's madeleine in Remembrance of Things Past.
The Repair Therapy serum - fortified with Amla Vita Defense System - repairs and restructures hair to give strong and silky appearance by forming a protective layer around the cuticles.
Dabur Amla Anti-Breakage Fish Oil Omega-3 Shampoo effectively addresses hair fall.
De Villiers, whose side set a first-innings total of 299, said: "It was an amazing innings from Amla and Tahir had a fantastic performance for us here."
When the dangerous Lasith Malinga was introduced in the fourth over, Amla hit the second delivery for a six over long on.
Initiated by the World Bank Group in 2013, the AMLA Project is a multi-stakeholder program that works in close partnership with the African Legal Support Facility, the African Union Commission, several African universities and other global private and public institutions.
The health benefits of Indian Gooseberry, also known as Amla, can be partially attributed to its high vitamin-C content.