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ALArab League
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ALAbraham Lincoln (1809-1865; 16th President of the United States)
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ALSt. Albans (postcode for a village)
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ALAge Location (Internet chat)
ALAccess Line (FS-1037c)
ALAngelic Layer (manga/anime)
ALApache Longbow (Attack Helicopter)
ALAir Lingus (Irish Airline)
ALApproach and Landing
ALAlliance Leader (Starkingdoms online game)
ALAndroid Lust (band)
ALAdaptation Layer
ALAmes Laboratory
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ALAlarm Light (NEC)
ALAgency Liaison
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ALAction Limit (NREL)
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ALArmor Level (gaming, Asheron's Call)
ALAeronomy Laboratory
ALAcademic Link
ALAlbuquerque Operations Office (US DOE)
ALAdvanced Leader (Toastmasters)
ALAllowance List
ALAttoliter (10 E^-18, one quintillionth)
ALAcceptance Limit
ALAnalytical Limit
ALAnalog Loopback (diagnostic test)
ALAutonomic Logistics
ALAnno Lucis
ALAbsolute Latency
ALAsian Littoral
ALAnalog Link
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ALAster Leafhopper
ALAstronautics Laboratory
ALAcquisition Logistician
ALArmament Laboratory
ALAirloop (AT&T)
ALArbitration Lost
ALApparatus List
ALAccount Librarian
ALAphus Lassel (gaming, Asheron's Call)
ALAssisting Layer
ALAuthorized Leave with Pay
ALAmendment Leaflet
ALArrival Locator
ALAuroral Electrojet index lower
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Alessandria and Kaboski analyze some of the evidence that large price differences exist across countries for a wide basket of goods.
Ed Dunlop's Alessandria looks the pick, judged on her stylish win in a Nottingham maiden over a mile last season.
Ed Dunlop's Alessandria looks the pick judged on her stylish win in the Nottingham maiden over a mile last season.
Alessandria can make a winning seasonal bow in the Kempton Park Fillies' Conditions Stakes (5.10).
In the second new report, epidemiologist Tom Jefferson and his colleagues at the nonprofit Cochrane Vaccines Field in Alessandria, Italy, compiled data from 64 earlier studies in people 65 years or older.
Denise Alessandria Hurd's choreographed fights were loud, sweaty, and dangerous-looking.
* Italy: Its annual report for 2001 identified concentrations of nitrogen dioxide higher than the limit value plus the margin of tolerance in 26 zones (Torino 01, Torino agglomeration, Vercelli 01, Novara 01, Cuneo 01, Alessandria, Aosta urban area, Milano, Como, Brescia, Veneto - all urban areas, Comune di Genova, Sanremo, Marche zone 2, Perugia, Firenze, Empoli, Roma, Frosinone, Lazio Zone 2, Pescara 4, Chieti, Napoli, Taranto, Campidano, Sarroch).
'We shook them up and when we go to Italy to play Delta Basket Alessandria next week, they'll know we are not going to be a walkover.
Alessandria. "Effects of the Standardised Ginseng Extract G115[R] in Patients with Chronic Bronchitis: A Nonblinded, Randomised, Comparative Pilot Study," Clin Drug Invest, 21(1):41-45, 2001.
Now, especially in his tango duets with Luciana Paris and subsequently with Christian Alessandria, he has added sophistication and an underlying strain of dignity.
To understand these migrants probably requires a deeper appreciation of their many more numerous contemporaries who went to London, Paris, Buenos Aires, Munich, Vienna, and Alessandria. A global and comparative approach may be the only way to grasp the significance of Philadelphia's Italians in this earliest era.