AEL

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AcronymDefinition
AELAssociation Electronique Libre
AELAirport Express Line (various locations)
AELArab European League
AELAdult Education and Literacy (classes)
AELAsterisk Extension Language
AELActive Exceptions List
AELAcceptable Exposure Limit
AELArabisch Europese Liga
AELAgence de l'Energie
AELAppalachia Educational Laboratory
AELAffaires en Ligne (French: Business Online)
AELAvenir Electrique de Limoges (French electrical company)
AELAccessible Emission Limit
AELArquivo Edgard Leuenroth
AELAsterisk Extension Language (computer programming)
AELAdvanced Email Locator
AELAmerican Esoteric Laboratories
AELAir Evac Lifeteam (air medical service; various locations)
AELAncient Egyptian Language
AELAlbert Lea (Municipal) Airport (Minnesota)
AELAeronautical Engine Laboratory
AELAdverse-Effect-Level
AELAmerican Electric Lighting
AELAirborne Exposure Limit
AELAdaptive Engineering Lab
AELAerospace Education Laboratory (NASA)
AELArmy Electronic Library (Canadian Forces)
AELAfrican Explosives Ltd.
AELAquatic Ecology Laboratory
AELAutoepistemic Logic
AELAutoexposure Lock (cameras)
AELApplicable Exposure Limits
AELAdvanced e-Learning
AELAtlantic Electronics Limited
AELAmerican Electronic Laboratories (Lansdale, PA)
AELAthlitiki Enosi Larisas (Greek sports organization)
AELApplication Extension Language
AELAthlitiki Enosis Lemesou (Cyprus football team)
AELAugmented Environments Laboratory
AELArtificial Evolution Laboratory (Evangelion)
AELAsiatic Exclusion League
AELApparatebau Engineering Leisnig (Germany)
AELAncient Egyptian Lives
AELAlgorithm Enunciation Language
AELAnalytical Electron Microscopy
AELAdvanced Electronics Ltd
AELAuto Euro Location
AELAssociation des Etudiants en Lettres (Switzerland)
AELAdvancing Enterprise Ltd
AELAssociazione Europea Maestri Liutai e Archettai
AELArt Enterprises Limited
AELAsociación Europeo-Latinoamericana
AELAnalog Enhancement Layer
AELAction Experience Learning (Finland)
AELAuthorized Equipment Listing
AELAvian Energetics Lab
AELArbeitsgemeinschaft für Elektrizitätsanwendung in der Landwirtschaft eV
AELAlderley Environmental Ltd.
AELAdmiralty Engineering Lab (UK)
AELArbeitserziehungslager Farge (Educational workcamp Farge)
AELAutomatic Edge Lock
AELAction Environment Ltd
AELAirdrop Enhanced Logistics Visibility Information System (US DoD)
AELAllowance Equipage/Equipment List
AELAutomated Employee Locator
AELAgent's Echo Line
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Therefore, for Antenor Firmin, lawyer, anthropologist, and enthusiastic Egyptologist, the ancient Egyptian language belongs to the Cushitic, Nilotic, and Chadic linguistic groups, as he asserts in 1885.
Since its split from the Byzantine Church in 451, the Coptic Church has proudly maintained its early traditions, and influence from outside has been minimal: the liturgy is still sung to unique rhythms in Coptic, a late stage of the same ancient Egyptian language that is inscribed in hieroglyphs on temple walls and papyri.
"Among their achievements were the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, from which scientists emerged to produce a wealth of knowledge and culture, including the translation of important works from the ancient Egyptian language," said Sisi.
The name Sham El-Nessim or (inhaling the breeze) is derived from the Coptic language, which was derived from the ancient Egyptian language. The original pronunciation is Tshom Ni Tshom, which means garden meadows.
Zahi Hawas during the seminar -- Photo Courtesy of CIBF official Facebook page Concerning the Pyramids construction, Hawas stated that a piece of papyrus written in the ancient Egyptian language, that carried the full explanation for the process of the Pyramids construction, was unearthed, refuting all the spread claims around the Great Pyramid.
Even its name has a deep meaning which sums up two languages, Arabic and the ancient Egyptian language as Kom in Arabic means small hill and Ombo in ancient Egyptian means gold, So Kom Ombo is the hill of gold.
Entitled "Hieratic Writing: From the Age of the Pyramids to the Ramesside Period", the course is part of a series of lectures about the ancient Egyptian language and its historical importance.
The name "Tanis" is derived from the word "Jan" in the ancient Egyptian language and the Coptic name "San;" the word that has been mentioned in the Old Testament in reference to the capital of the kings of the 21st and the 22nd dynasties in Egypt.
By: Marina Gamil CAIRO -- 8 August 2017: It is fair to say that the Ancient Egyptian language is still used nowadays.
Given that linkages between the Akan and Ancient Egyptian languages were not direct but mediated through a Soninke connection involving multi-millennial migrations over thousands of kilometres, I did not expect to encounter Ancient Egyptian words with the same sounds and meanings as Akan words.