ALG

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AcronymDefinition
ALGAutomotive Lease Guide
ALGAlgebra
ALGApplication Layer Gateway
ALGArbeitslosengeld (German: Unemployment Benefit)
ALGAlgorithm
ALGAmericans for Limited Government (Fairfax, Virginia)
ALGAdult Learning Grant (UK)
ALGApplication-Level Gateway
ALGApplication Level Gateway
ALGAlamo Group, Inc. (Seguin, TX)
ALGAssociation of London Government
ALGAdvanced Landing Ground
ALGAntilymphocyte Globulin
ALGAdvanced Lane Guidance (software)
ALGAmerican Laser Games
ALGArt. Lebedev Group
ALGAmerican Leisure Group (various locations)
ALGAngry Little Girls (comic)
ALGAlgiers, Algeria - Houari Boumedienne (Airport Code)
ALGAutonomous Landing Guidance
ALGAin't Love Grand?
ALGAcademic Loan Group (Atlanta, GA)
ALGAircraft Landing Gear
ALGAxiolinguogingival
ALGAdvanced Lithography Group
ALGArtists' Licensing Group, Ltd
ALGArmstrong Laing Group, Inc.
ALGALMA Liaison Group (European Southern Observatory)
ALGAssault Landing Group
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Americans for Limited Government, a conservative, small-government advocacy group, argues for increased attention on those Americans not counted as unemployed (i.
When the conservative Americans for Limited Government and the liberal-progressive Center for American Progress both point to declining participation in work, you know there's a problem: Americans, particularly the middle class, feel the nation is stuck in the doldrums.
Americans for Limited Government, which is financed by reactionaries, praised the decisions of those states, whose leadership they intimidated through huge campaign donations directed by campaign finance organizations created by right-wing groups.
Ron Bartels is the chairman of the Arkansas Conservative Party and an adviser to Americans for Limited Government.
Robert Romano of Americans for Limited Government notes, "Raising unrestricted capital on the Internet [may help] small businesses and startups get rolling [.
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TABOR measures, have been promoted by national organizations dedicated to shrinking state and local government by limiting tax collection and government spending, including Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform, Americans for Limited Government and the Cato Institute.
Term Limits and Americans for Limited Government, have provided nearly all the money to gather signatures for Measure 45 and to campaign for its approval.
Yet another group, Americans for Limited Government, assailed Rep.
Term Limits and Americans for Limited Government, both listed at the same Glenview, Ill.
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