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ALAAmerican Library Association
ALAAlabama (old style postal abbreviation)
ALAAmerican Lung Association
ALAArizona Lutheran Academy (Christian school)
ALAAssociation of Legal Administrators
ALAAmerican Legion Auxiliary (est. 1919; various locations)
ALAAmerican Lighting Association
ALAAlpha Lipoic Acid
ALAAssociation for Laboratory Automation
ALAAlpha-Linolenic Acid
ALAAustral Lineas Aereas (Argentinian airline)
ALAAlanine
ALAAminolevulinic Acid
ALAAssociation of Landscape Architects (various locations)
ALAAmerican Leadership Academy
ALAArabic Literature of Africa
ALAAlternative Learning Academy
ALAApplied Linguistics Association (Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN)
ALAArab Liberation Army
ALAÅland Islands (Finland)
ALAAbundant Life Academy (various locations)
ALAAutorskie Licea Artystyczne (Polish art college)
ALAAbraham Lincoln Association (Springfield, IL)
ALAAsia & Latin America
ALAAutodesk Learning Assistance
ALAAudi Lane Assist
ALAAllocated Loan Amount (finance)
ALAAmerican Logistics Association
ALAAction Learning Associates (Colorado)
ALAAmerican Latvian Association
ALAAssociation of Licensed Architects
ALAAsociación de Líneas Aéreas (Guatemala)
ALAAmoebic Liver Abscess
ALAAssociation for Language Awareness
ALAAgricultural Law Association
ALAAlberta Agriculture
ALAAmerican Laryngological Association
ALAAustralian Lawyers Alliance
ALAApplied Linear Algebra
ALADelta-Amino-Levulinic Acid
ALAAssumption of Liability (Agreement)
ALAAssociazione Liberi Architetti (Italian: Free Architects Association)
ALAAccelerated Learning Academy
ALAAssociation of London Authorities
ALAAutomobile Legal Association
ALAAcura Loyalty Advantage (automobile rewards program)
ALAAssociate of the Library Association (UK; chartered definition of the Library Association)
ALAAfghanistan Lawyers Association
ALAAmalgamated Lithographers of America
ALAAlighting Area (aeronautics)
ALAAlmaty, Kazakhstan - Almaty (Airport Code)
ALAAT&T Latin America
ALAAssociation Luxembourg Alzheimer (Luxemburger Alzheimer-Vereinigung)
ALAAustralian Labradoodle Association
ALAAssociate in Liberal Arts (degree)
ALAAll Letters Answered (classified ads)
ALAAsian Leaders Association
ALAAmérique Latine et Asie (French: Latin America and Asia; European Investment Bank)
ALAAlarm Application
ALAAlachua Leadership Alliance (Florida)
ALAAdditional Listing Application
ALAArmy Logistics Assessment
ALAATM Link Accelerator
ALAAircraft Load Agent
ALAAsociacion Los Algarrobos
ALAAmerican League of Anglers
ALAArmy Launch Area
ALAAsynchronous Line Adapter
ALAAcademy of Linguistic Awareness (fictional)
ALAAmmunition Loading Assembly
ALAAUTOVON Line Adapter
ALAAlternative Location Algorithm
ALAAddress Latch Attachment
ALAAliter Lex Ait (Latin: the law says someting different, epigraphy)
ALAAuthorized Level of Access
ALAAlcatel Leadership Association
ALAAdvanced Life Administrator (insurance)
ALAAutomatic Level Adjuster
ALAAnnual Loss Amount
ALAAircraft Loading Agent
ALAAssociazione Ligure di Artroscopia
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Throughout history, this access has been restricted through societal norms and expectations, but today, everyone is guaranteed access no matter origin, age, background, or views (American Library Association, 2016).
Abdullahi in 1992 via Scarecrow Press), several dissertations, and the author or editor of twelve books in the field of library science: The Black Librarian in America (Scarecrow Press, 1970), What Black Librarians are Saying (Scarecrow Press, 1972), New Dimension for Academic Library Service (Scarecrow Press, 1975), A Century of Service: Librarianship in the United States and Canada co-editor with Sidney Jackson and Elinor Herling (American Library Association, 1976), Opportunities for Minorities in Librarianship co-editor with Kenneth Peeples, Jr.
Find titles that have been recognized with the Coretta Scott King Award on the American Library Association Web site, www.ala.org.
Coming from two of the most trusted sources to list "Outstanding Books," American Library Association and Young Adult Library Services Association, this new edition is filled with concise and accessible information about great books.
American Library Association, CALM Association of Library Services to Children.
Contact: American Library Association (ALA), www.ala.org.
American Library Association award-winning author Margo Sorenson and 2005 Hungarian Illustrator of the Year Katalin Szegedi present Ambrose and the Princess, an enchanting fable about little mouse named Ambrose, who sees that the kind and wonderful princess of the land is unhappy.
The American Library Association ranked it the 11th most frequently challenged book by parents during the 1990S, having been banned for a time by the Bonita Unified School District in Southern California's Inland Empire and elsewhere, despite the fact that the book contains no profanity or explicit sexual references.
The American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom received 547 reports of challenges--or attempts to remove books from schools and libraries--in 2004.
According to a study commissioned by the American Library Association (ALA) that surveyed 1,500 public libraries and 4,000 academic libraries, law enforcement officials have made at least 200 formal and informal inquiries to U.S.
Barbara Gittings is known for compiling the first gay bibliography for the American Library Association (the extensive gay and lesbian collection at the Philadelphia Free Library's Independence Branch is named after her) and for lobbying the American Psychiatric Association to remove homosexuality from its list of mental illnesses.
National projected and announced library funding cuts have surpassed $111 million in the past eighteen months, according to the American Library Association. During the same period, visits to U.S.
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