ALES


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AcronymDefinition
ALESAutomated Land Evaluation System (computer program)
ALESAmerican-Lebanese Engineering Society, Inc.
ALESAir Land Engagement Simulation
ALESActel Logic Enhancer and Synthesizer
ALESAssociation des Linguistes de l'Enseignement Supérieur (French: Association of Linguists of Higher Education)
ALESAthletic Life Experiences Survey
ALESAutomated Link Exchange System
ALESAltitude Limited Electric Soaring (sailplanes)
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These are, indeed, designed to supply the place of the said ale, and to refresh the mind, whenever those slumbers, which in a long work are apt to invade the reader as well as the writer, shall begin to creep upon him.
When Robin was a youth of eighteen, stout of sinew and bold of heart, the Sheriff of Nottingham proclaimed a shooting match and offered a prize of a butt of ale to whosoever should shoot the best shaft in Nottinghamshire.
Whilst he was speaking the landlady came in again, bearing a broad platter, upon which stood all the beakers and flagons charged to the brim with the brown ale or the ruby wine.
Misses wished some ale to be given out, sir; and as I felt no ways inclined for my own little room, sir, and was disposed for company, I am taking mine among
The Squire ate his bread and meat hastily, took a deep draught of ale, then turned his chair from the table, and began to speak again.
And when he came into the palace, the flies were sleeping on the walls; the spit was standing still; the butler had the jug of ale at his lips, going to drink a draught; the maid sat with a fowl in her lap ready to be plucked; and the cook in the kitchen was still holding up her hand, as if she was going to beat the boy.
inquired the lady, winking and frowning to give him to understand that the question propounded, was, whether Nicholas should have ale, and not whether he (Squeers) would take any.
The son walked up to the pot of ale, and nodding significantly to his parent, took a long draught by way of reply.
Then,' said Mr Codlin, 'fetch me a pint of warm ale, and don't let nobody bring into the room even so much as a biscuit till the time arrives.
What a time that gell is drawing th' ale, to be sure
Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear.
Red wines and ale were brought forth and poured out, each man having a horn tankard from which to drink.