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ALEXAlexandria, VA
ALEXAllgäu-Express (German railway)
ALEXAlert Exercise
ALEXAlternative gene product Encoded by the XL-exon
ALEXAerosol LIDAR Experiment
ALEXAvian Learning Experiment (African Grey parrot owned by Irene Pepperberg at the University of Arizona)
ALEXAutomatic Launch of Expendables
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Pickett St., Suite 220, Alexandria, VA 22304; Publisher, RADM Mark Buzby, USN (Ret.); Managing Editor, Sharon Lo.
* American Correctional Association, Managing Hostage Situations, June 8-10, Alexandria, Va. For more information, visit www.aca.org.
Alexandria, VA 22314-4677 (703)838-1700 Fax: (703)684-5718 Web: www.truckline.com
SLA announced that it has relocated its international headquarters to Alexandria, Va., from Washington, D.C.
Rick Scudder, 2204 Wilkinson Place, Alexandria, VA 22306, 703-601-1731; richard.scudder@navy.mil.
eLynx Ltd., a provider of electronic document delivery solutions for mortgage lenders, has announced that Pentagon Federal Credit Union (Alexandria, Va.) has selected eLynx Web Posting Service (WPS) to enhance the credit union's ability to electronically deliver and track residential mortgage closing documents.
(ACNS)--Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Va., and the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church have agreed to establish an African American Historical Collection at the seminary's Bishop Payne Library.
ASTA, based in Alexandria, Va., has 24,000 members in the United States and 140 other countries.
Natt Jr., Alexandria, VA; Deb Nelson, Casa Grande, AZ; Karen Sanfacon, Vienna, VA; Hali Smith-Millson, Richardson, TX; Michael G.
APRI has documented various innovative prevention programs led by prosecutors and has published numerous resources on the subject, including: Beyond Convictions: Prosecutors as Community Leaders in the War on Drugs (Alexandria, VA: APRI, 1993); Community Prosecution: A Guide for Prosecutors, (Alexandria, VA: APRI, 1995); and The Community Prosecution Implementation Manual, (Alexandria, VA: APRI, 1995).
The Institute for Career and Leisure Development, in Alexandria, Va., is an agency with a successful history of conducting national research and training projects related to the leisure and job needs of persons with disabilities.
in Alexandria, Va., developed an award-winning computer model that predicts how an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico would disperse.
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