ALU

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AcronymDefinition
ALUArithmetic Logic Unit
ALUAlcatel-Lucent (stock symbol)
ALUAbraham Lincoln University (California)
ALUArmy Logistics University (Fort Lee, VA)
ALUAmerican Labor Union (labor federation)
ALUUniversity of Alabama
ALUAkademija Lepih Umetnosti (Slovenian: Academy of Fine Arts)
ALUAssisted Living Unit
ALUAkademija za Likovno Umetnost (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
ALUArab Lawyers Union (Sweden)
ALUAcademy of Life Underwriting
ALUAsbestos Licensing Unit
ALUAverage Labour Unit
ALUApplication Layer User
ALUAssociation of Life Insurance Underwriters (USA)
ALUAutomatic Line Unthresholded
ALUAdvanced Life Underwriting
ALUAutomatic Loading & Unloading (industrial robots)
ALUAntenna Loading Unit
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Based on the questionnaire and other information sources, the team found that the typical American labor union is structured as follows:
American labor unions and competing airlines have voiced strong opposition to the plan, which in part cuts costs by using Asian crews, and the U.
He praises labor unions as the real defenders of immigrant rights, repeatedly refers to "deunionziation" as a leading cause in human rights abuses committed against immigrants, and specifically praises American labor unions like SEIU for their valiant defense of immigrants, implying that their Marxist origins prepared them such a commitment to justice.
Quite a twist when the leading voice of Latin American labor unions concludes the American president is the bottleneck on the way to trade liberalization.
workers and American labor unions in Miami during the week of Nov.
As might be concluded from his emphasis on both the Knights of Labor and CAFE, he envisions a much broader approach than evidenced currently by traditional American labor unions.
Corporate campaigns, pioneered by American labor unions in the 1970s, have become a permanent feature of the political communication landscape.
While serving as cochair of the joint committee, and as a reference librarian in Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations Library, I noticed that the subject of library services to American labor unions received scant attention.
embassies throughout Latin America act as the representatives of protectionist American corporations, such as the textile industry, or American labor unions, seeking to impose U.
The protests in Seattle at the November 1999 meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) were said to have united North American labor unions and environmental organizations in a joint endeavor to reform the governance of international trade.
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