ARTL

AcronymDefinition
ARTLArkansas Right to Life
ARTLAutomated Registration of Title to Land (Scotland; UK)
ARTLAda Run Time Library
ARTLAwaiting Results of Trial
ARTLAnimal Research Takes Lives (Bette Overell book)
ARTLAntigen-Reactive T Lymphocytes (molecular biology)
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The meeting, which was held at the IDB's headquarter in Jeddah, touched on procedures to implement the Artl towers' project and results of its feasibility studies, which consists of 1.300 units.
Dentre os modernistas brasileiros, Morse escolheu "os Andrade": Oswald (1890-1954) e Mario (1893-1945); dentre os modernistas argentinos, Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) e Roberto Artl (1900-1942); e dentre os mexicanos, considerados um caso unico em funcao da Revolucao Mexicana, Martin Luis Guzman (1887-1976) e Alfonso Reyes (1889-1950).
Las cronicas de Roberto Artl o las reflexiones del chileno Joaquin Edwards Bello durante sus viajes europeos serian otros dos ejemplos axiomaticos.
24 December 2010 -- India's CRISIL said it had lowered the ratings on the bank facilities of AR Thermosets Pvt Ltd (ARTL) to BB/"negative"/P4+ from BBB-/"stable"/P3.
Fue notable la cantidad de versiones y adaptaciones, asi como interpretacion de autores hegemonicos, hispanicos y europeos, que llegaron a escena, empezando por Homero y Petronio hasta llegar al siglo XX con Artl, Caroll, Brecht, Puig, Camus y Beckett, pasando antes por Shakespeare, Lope de Vega, Swift y Moliere, un verdadero festin de voces literarias que parecen tener aun un mensaje vivo que comunicar en Cadiz en el siglo XXI.
The eRegistration process, called artl, is one of the first of its type in the world.
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Such persistent outreach explains why state affiliates such as MCCL and Arkansas Right to Life (ARTL) are able to pass pro-life legislation, change public opinion, and, through their PACs, are able to provide pro-life candidates for public office with an average net advantage on the abortion issue that is as high as 8% to 10% in Minnesota.